Hey oojacoboo,

If I could only see any shots of the Bluetooth Robot, I would believe that you did make it.

Here are a few ideas for making any kind of robot, and any means of connecting to a computer:

- You could make a robot that runs off of the BASIC programming language, even if it is done from REALBasic or Visual Basic.

- The main operating system could be that from the original Macintosh, and maybe the same hardware, too.

- Make it powered from ADB, PS/2, or RJ-45, (you know, Ethernet).

And a name that runs off of an RJ-45 cable could be called "EtherBot"

Just a few thoughts.

P.S.: Grrrr, I hate it when I'm typing and I accidentally activate Exposé. ;-)
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