Wow, you deserve to spend some time at the punitentiary.
AppRadio 2 is out now with support for Android phones as well as iPhones. Also, with a rooted Android phone you can run ARLiberator and it mirrors your phone entirely on the AppRadio 2 including multi-touch support. Steering wheel controls still work as well, so using this in combo with Car Home Ultra (to give a large car-centric UI) and Pandora or Slacker, etc.. works great so you're not messing with the touch screen when on the road.
See this demo on youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OYFTjMkBCpY
100uS/hr = 2.4mSv per day = 876mSv/year
So while the journalists didn't risk their lives with that dose, it's definitely not a livable area at those radiation levels. However, depending on the source of the radiation those levels could go down fairly quickly or it could remain at those levels for quite a long time. Of course that assumes no further contamination from the plant.
Wish I had mod points for this. Sharks are in river, river overflows into town, sharks are now in town. Surprised? No.
There's an open SODIMM slot inside and you can expand to 2 or possibly 3GB (I have 2GB in mine). There also appears to be an open mini-pci slot inside where a wifi card could be installed. Looks like you could pretty easily swap out the HD for a large one as well.
Acer Aspire Revo. You can pick one up for $200 at Best Buy in store or buy online at Newegg, Amazon, etc.
Specs: Atom 230, nVidia ION LE, 1GB RAM (expandable to 2 or 3), 160GB HD, HDMI & VGA, 6 USB 2.0, 1 eSATA, 1 Gigabit ethernet port, SD slot. Pulls 65 watts max and physical size is 7.1"x7.1"x1.2".
This can play back full 1080p without dropping frames and will run XBMC or Boxee under both Windows and Linux.
I purchased one yesterday and so far I've run XBMC under Linux and Boxee under both Windows and Linux and will be sticking with Boxee running under Ubuntu 9.10. The performance is great and currently the only down side is that flash playback isn't very good but Flash 10.1 will fix that.