Day (who cares anymore) in Pi-land...
...I got RaspBMC (Pi version of XBMC) up and running - the way you install it is unusal - I expected to have to download an SD image with it on but you basically run a Windows prog that installs a bootable downloader onto an SD card and then when you stick it into your Pi, it downloads and sets itself up - bit opposite from the rest of the Pi DIY world :)
Anyway, since I've a blu-ray player in the living room that acts as a DLNA client and I've got my phone and tablet as a DLNA clients as well - its not worth dedicating a Pi to the job but nice to know it works and its is the cheapest way of getting a LAN media player if you don't have anything else lying around.
Moving on, I want to take my Pi into schools next week and show my "Digital Leaders" (as Ian Addision calls them) what I've been getting so excitited about.
Now, the Pi needs a bit of protection for this and here is my Raspberry_Pi case (or RaspberryFlan as some of my twitter friends have labeled it!)