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AUTHOR'S NOTE: Some web links below may be out-of-date by the time you read this. I try to list links in roughly chronological order where the latest are nearer the top and earliest nearer the bottom of the page. END NOTE.

Google Search: do it yourself computer display projector
Building Your Own HTPC - DIY Part 1
Data Projectors in Schools
Tom's Hardware Guide PCs & HowTo: Build Your Own XGA Projector II: Suitable TFT Monitors - Build Your Own Projector: Field Experience
Digital Projection LIGHTNING 28sx DLP projector
Hip Gear Projector
Build Your Own DIY LCD Video Projector
Operation Big Screen (DIY LCD Projector)
projects lcd_overhead_projector [757.org Wiki]
Lowe's: Light Bulb Buying Guide
Build your own LCD Video Projector
diyAudio Forums - DIY Video Projector
American Science & Surplus: Optics - Lenses and Lens Cleaners
The CRT Projector - Video Projectors - What You Need To Know -
The Great Technology War LCD vs. DLP
Projector information on ProjectorCentral

Guru of 3D: PC Hardware Reviews
"display manual" download page

duo rotate mode
Google Search: screen rotation utility
IBM Personal computing support - Screen rotation driver for Windows 98/Me/2000/XP - TransNote
Driver: S3 Prosavage
SAVAGE(4) manual page
Big Screen on a Small Budget

Googled sources
Lighting: Compact Fluorescent Lamps - Upper Peninsula Power Company
Switching to Low Energy Lights -- FR Practice Guides -- The Free Range Activism Website

Tom's Hardware Guide PCs & HowTo Supersize Your TV for $300 Build Your Own XGA Projector - Giant Wall Display

PC Magazine's Displays: The Essential Buying Guide
PC Magazine's Buying Guide: HDTVs.

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