I couldn\'t resist spoofing a certain well-known \"ad\" - I think the cheekiness of it alone (riding on the back of its counterpart) would make it a viral video, but the pure awesomeness of RasPi will definitely help...:
Front seat of a car, laptop connected to the dashboard ODB connector, running a busy CLI on the passenger\'s seat, driver trying to start the car in vain. Stern voice / tagline: \"You wouldn\'t reprogram your car...\"
Guy poking in vain at a mobile phone, screen is frozen into a classic \"corrupted LCD\" mish-mash of coloured lines and random image tiles. Stern voice / tagline: \"You wouldn\'t mess with your phone...\"
Desktop PC case with various dangling cables / wires from its open side, thick smoke billowing out, monitor with \"No signal\" OSD, guy holding a soldering iron trying to wave away the smoke. Stern voice / tagline: \"You wouldn\'t mod your computer...\"
Guy removing a DVD-ROM from the tray of a DVD player (with a flashing 12:00 perhaps?), next to which a TV with a blue screen and a single center \"Error: boot image corrupted\" message. Stern voice / tagline: \"You wouldn\'t hack your DVD player...\"
Young kid typing at a desk with soldering station, random parts, and a RasPi with a monitor showing the source code window, a running video window, etc. Cheered up voice / tagline: \"But you COULD let your kid freely tinker and learn on a $25 computer...!\" then possibly stats of RasPi, webpage, etc.
C\'mon, you have to at least admit it would be hilarious...