Digital photo frames? That's my hot gift right now and I was worried about these bad viruses that can infect them. My oldest daughter, newly married and in her first job out of grad school, has just set my birthday gift to her on her desk. Several years ago I gave one to my parents but it was too complicated to set up. Right now I'm setting one up for someone else. I'm collaborating w/ the two children at home, getting them to pose for pics. Father's Day! My tech-savvy friend Sandy had set one up for her husband.
I got this one, left, which is a 7" Insignia, from Best Buy. After looking over the products, I chose this one because I can use a thumb drive and it won't show and therefore, I can change out what is in the frame.
As an art lover, I can take digital photos in museums of my favorite pieces (those that allow it -- like the Met and MOMA, or the Price museum on the University of Oklahoma's campus), and get a larger frame, mount it on the wall and-- voila! -- digital art. Think of the art of your kids on the refrigerator. What could be a better way to display those things?