Plug Andy McFarland's Radio Babylon box into any Linux-based computer, and you've got an iTunes receiver that will hunt down open iTunes shares on accessible networks and begin streaming random MP3 files (no, it won't play protected AAC files, though Andy's working on getting it to support other formats besides MP3). You can't buy one of these, but Andy's included the source code to get it working using little more than some gumstix boards, a WiFi card and 3 D cells. So, if you want one of these, get busy.

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Radio Babylon catches iTunes on the fly