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Really good post on using an old P3 PC to build a DIY photo frame.  The writer’s method for building his mother’s unit is a Flickr slideshow script called Slickr.  There’s link to the software and easy to follow directions.  My biggest concern is heat, as usual, but, as he explains, punched holes in the foamcore to help with that.

The polished frame looks really nice. I’ve always thought of mounting mine to a wall, but the power cable dangling down the wall is discouraging.  I think the preferred use for many DPF’s is on a table top.

The DIY Digital Photo Frame | Popular Science.

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