Since it's so cheap it will be very easy to build a cluster of this little things and start computing in prarallel. Since I'm also attending Udacity CS 101, where you learn to build your own search engine, I'm dreaming about a data center full of raspberry pi's crawling the web :)
no, you're wrong. the spiral-like patterns are the sleep cycles that gets disrupted by staying up late and waking up late in the day. The holiday are the periods that's all gray -> days with no connect in august
I'm not opposed to going with WAMP. It's just out of everything that's stuffed into Windows, I only need a very small subset. With an imaged LAMP, I can copy and scale very easily. I guess I'd rather have 20 boxes whose CPUs were only the doing the few things I care about than all the other stuff that goes with Windows -- patches, updates, Active Directory, Kerebos, etc.
But no, I'm not ruling WAMP out. I was curious to see what kind of learning curve we're talking about moving from a windows to a LAMP environment. A couple of months ago, I downloaded a LAMP vritual appliance, but didn't have a good grasp on how to do even some very simple things.