If you're planning on carrying the Pi around or if those exposed chips make you nervous then you'll probably want a case.
This clear acrylic case fits together with no screws and leaves space for all of the Pi's various connectors.
The top of the case can be removed to connect additional boards to the Pi.
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I have 2 rPis, they rock for the maker/tinkerer in all of us. Also a great tool for teaching your 10 yr old niece to program!
RasPi.Co.UK has a great case design, good for stacking. I've got mine now, just waiting on the Pi... :-( http://raspi.co.uk/images/raspi_case/raspi_case_2stack.jpg
All the Premier Farnell family of companies should have stock on the board now. There is more than 1 in the US.
If you want to make your Raspberry PI waterproof we can Parylene coat it for you. Thomas.email@example.com
In answer to the comment that the article seems to stop rather abruptly: Click on the thumbnails below the first page. That seems to be the continuation of the main article. Now, if I could just get my hands on a Raspberry Pi. Mine is backordered.
Try a access point device that you can program for your wireless from a browser and then just plug it into the ethernet port and set the address.