OpenAtrium is a Drupal "distribution", a pre-packaged Drupal installation which targets a particular niche. I was told to consider it when I went looking for a support ticket package a couple of years ago. That project fell by the wayside but I did have a demo installation on my system and now that I do need to install a ticket management system again, I looked at resurrecting this installation and updating it for some snazzy new features.
An excellent story on How to make money with free software has been doing the rounds today, and deservedly so. While I won't spoil the surprise for you here, I must say that I like the back better than the front :)
If you haven't already done so, check out Frets on Fire, an open source clone of the guitar hero franchise. Instead of a toy guitar, you are to hold your keyboard upside down and use the function keys as frets while "strumming" via the return key.
There are also a bunch of communities who add frets-on-fire files for a growing library of commercial songs as well.
The Linksys WMP54G, a wireless adapter that I bought after much (but apparently insufficient) research, is essentially not very Linux friendly after all. The card is detected by Linux as the following:
00:0c.0 Network controller: RaLink RT2561/RT61 802.11g PCI