1) A starter to the world of computer programming using Scratch
2) Use the Raspberry Pi as an inexpensive media centre.
3) Attach a large external hard disk to the USB ports and create your
own inexpensive and low-power NAS server.
4) Given the incredibly low power requirements of the Raspberry Pi and
its silence (no fan noise), it has the potential to be a useful
personal web server.
5) Make your own secure file repository, joining the cloud computing revolution.
6) Build your own Arcade cabinet to play your favourite arcade games.
7) Home-brew voicemail system using FreeSwitch.
8) Convert the device into a touchscreen tablet.
Peter Reutemann, Dept. of Computer Science, University of Waikato, NZ
Ph. +64 (7) 858-5174