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Sunday, April 08, 2001
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While working in my home office yesterday, I noticed that there was way too much computer equipment around. For instance, while I was working I was operating:
A Power Macintosh with three (3) display screens connected.
A Celeron Windows PC with one display.
An iBook laptop I was fixing for one of the members of my band.
So I was simultaneously (well, nearly) using
five computer screens. That doesn't even count:
The old Macintosh Centris I need to replace or fix because of its power supply problem.
The Mac Classic in a box under the desk that is fully functional but that I'm unsure what to do with.
The 15-year-old Mac Plus on my bookshelf.
The stack of five (5) keyboards on another shelf.
Not to mention all the mice, display cards, and miscellaneous, well, crap of various electronic types around here. Spring cleaning would be a good idea, but I'm too much of a pack rat for that.
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