Apple's newest monitors are a bit more universal than their old Studio Displays, which combined DVI, USB and power signals into one cord. Here are two ways to make one of the old monitors work with your new or non-Apple machines.
Two clever modders have taken different approaches to this problem: one chose to split the cable up and splice it with regular DVI, USB and power cables, while the other took a cleaner (though likely more difficult) approach and split it up into separate ports on the back of the computer.
Both projects require a bit of soldering, though the second also requires the work necessary to mount the ports into the back of the monitor—which likely requires a Dremel or other similar tool. Hit the links below to check out both projects.