If you love little teensy baby computers, and you love Linux—and really, who doesn't love either?—then you're going to really love Picotux, the embedded-Linux micro-super-mini by German firm Kleinhenz. Yes, it's got a 36, 46, or 55MHz ARM CPU (Dude, remember Linux 1.0 on a 386? Yeah, neither do we.), 8MB or RAM, an Ethernet controller, serial interface, 2 or 4MB of flash memory, and runs uClinux (2.4.27 kernel) in a NetSilicon DigiConnect ME device (pictured). It's 0.75 x 0.75 x 1.4, costs €99 (about $130), and we're ordering 40 even though we can't think of anything to do with them (maybe cluster our web server?).