Speaking of which.... heard about the Raspberry Pi?... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raspberry_pi... A fun idea, and part of me wishes them well. While they don't offer as much as an Arduino, they could still draw away some energy which would be better spent on Arduinos, and building the Arduino community. They DO accomplish some of the good things an Arduino has.
As for the Pi, I won't be getting one as it's not appropriate for the things I do, thank goodness by the looks of it. Are you saying that the Pi is supposed to be powered from USB despite needing 700mA?
Just today I took delivery of some LCP Xpresso boards,
It's supposed to be powered via a micro-usb socket that is only used for power - so you need a micro-usb power supply that can provide >700mA. Why on earth they chose that is anybody's guess.
Yep, that's the one Mowcius started.______Rob
As for "which map?"... Why not list yourself on both!
To list at ArduMap, as someone said, you must supply your Arduino forum User ID... no, not your "screen-name", or whatever it is called. What ArduMap wants is a four digit number. Go to your profile page, and then look at the URL in your browsers address bar... it is there. Sorry that is so arcane... don't know a better way, and I have nothing to do with ArduMap other than user and advocate.Yes... yoyu do have to "register"... a pain, I agree... but as I said in original post, they don't ask for much, and don't seem to abuse what they have. And because you have "an account" there, you can overcome some of the problems identified with the other map.