It's being sold as an iTunes extender, an USB print server, an audio-to-Wi-Fi gateway, a standalone access point and a repeater. Of course it only extends the range of normal Apple base stations, but for most people this will be an incredibly useful gadget anyway.
Links to other interesting stuff:
- European iTunes Music Store (thanks to Blane Warrene for the heads up)
- Setting up PEAP on Mac OS X
- bugmenot and mailinator (with thanks to Bruno).
- Using a Nokia/SU-1B Anoto pen with Linux
- Christian's Moving Trail - now this is what I'd like to have done with my site - if it weren't for web standards, of course.
Today's Moment of Zen is courtesy of Benjamin Reed.