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Jessica G. on August 1, 2008

Installing a scanner... truly a nightmarish experience!

Jessica G. on August 2, 2008

Good idea, Andre! And Pixelbug, I'm sure you're right... but I wish I never see another wire again! >:-(

m.akif bilginoglu on August 3, 2008


Tony Reid on August 9, 2008

You might need a couple more power sockets on the wall.


Jessica G. on August 9, 2008

What we need most is more USB outlets. :( Every time I want to use the card reader I have to unplug the external hard drive.

mogens13 on August 11, 2008

Hi "Jessica"

Go to your local IT shop and ask for a device for more USB connections. Normally with 4 outlets which gives you 3 extra As I did a year ago.

The cost is less than 20$ and will remove your USB troubles.

One USB port in the PC can supply up to 123 more single USB outlets if needed.

It comes with a short 15 cm. wire though.

Good luck, Mogens.

Jessica G. on August 11, 2008

Thanks for the suggestion. We already looked at that in the local store, but unfortunately with the way our computer is set up the USB device would be dangling by its 15cm cord from the tower. It's just a matter of time until we figure something out, though.

Joe Goodings on August 13, 2008

Thats looks fine :0 You should see the Server room I look after :)

BWS's ghost on October 21, 2008

hmmm, reminds me a bit of the rules for the NPC and the coming-soon Anonymous Photo Challenge... ;) cheers, brian

Vicki Atkins on February 6, 2009

I think most of us have one of these...Thank goodness when you go out with the camera it is so much simpler!


Jessica G. on February 6, 2009

Oh yes, cameras are great - they don't have any wires at all! :)

not1word on April 11, 2009

I thought that all computers looked like this in back. Looks very homey to me. :-/

Pining ForThe Fjords on April 12, 2009

The technical term (for those in the trade) is "the snake pit". If you want me to send over the internet security expert Spammy the Spamster I think he can suggest some simplifying improvements :0

not1word on April 13, 2009

I'm quite able to gnaw my own cables quite well, thank you.

Nawitka on April 14, 2009

Maybe that explains it ... Joy bubbles out of the cables when you chew them. A little joy is a good thing. Too much could be bad N!W. Be careful!

not1word on April 14, 2009

Ooooo, and the little low voltage shocks really make the joy bubbles froth!

Matthew Winn on April 15, 2009

That almost looks tidy compared with my mess.

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  • Uploaded on August 1, 2008
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    by Jessica G.
    • Camera: Panasonic DMC-FZ18
    • Taken on 2008/07/30 19:39:12
    • Exposure: 0.033s (1/30)
    • Focal Length: 4.60mm
    • F/Stop: f/2.800
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
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