OK, so this isnt related to Linux at all, but I saw it somewhere online and decieded to it too since I had one I was going to throw away anyway. Thats a 1.8Ghz Pentium Celeron your looking at, dated 2002. Funny how it only took three years for this processor to go from a piece of modern technology to a key chain, huh? Make me laugh anyway. Well anyway here’s how I made it. First I drilled through the existing hold in the corner of the processor and then took a screw driver and a hammer to the pins on the back, basicly scraped them off. As a novelty item this is rather amusing, but the sharp points on the corners stab my legs through the pocekts of my pants. I was thinking maybe take a rotary tool (Black and Decker Wizard) to the corners and round them out? I don’t know though, we’ll see. Enjoy!