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  • Reply To: The Computing Revolution

    Eric M Russell wrote:

    skeleton567 wrote:

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    Agreed and true, Eric.  Just be sure to keep up the original skill sets in case some new job opportunity should require them.   When things become too easy,...

  • Reply To: Follow Wheaton's Law

    Well said, Eric.

  • Reply To: Follow Wheaton's Law

    JRuss wrote:

    What's that one saying? A great way to understand someone's character is to see how they treat people who can do nothing for them...?

    I was never very good a...

  • Reply To: Follow Wheaton's Law

    Steve, you got me on that one.  Wheaton (College) is my alma mater, many years ago for my undergrad degree.  I just had to see what law Wheaton had some...

  • Reply To: The Computing Revolution

    Eric M Russell wrote:

    skeleton567 wrote:

    From my admittedly aging perspective, I think sometimes the best 'revolution' is to go back and rethink and simplify things and make sure we are doing this the...

  • Reply To: The Ultimate Home Office

    richardm-1037631 wrote:

    Rick, what NAS are you using.  I've been reviewing them lately and haven't been able to make a definitive decision.

    I decided on a D-Link DNS-343, thought it was a...

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  • Reply To: The Computing Revolution

    Steve Jones - SSC Editor wrote:

    I think I did that recently with my lawn mower. Rather than try and rig something on the 18 year old deck, I just ordered a new part. Partly...

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  • Reply To: The Ultimate Home Office

    Of course I did hide a few piles of paper before the picture...

  • Reply To: The Computing Revolution

    From my admittedly aging perspective, I think sometimes the best 'revolution' is to go back and rethink and simplify things and make sure we are doing this the best, most...

    • This reply was modified 1 week, 2 days ago by  skeleton567.
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  • Reply To: The Ultimate Home Office

    HomeOfficeLeftHomeOfficeRight

    This is my home office shared with my wife who owned a graphic design studio.  The modular furniture been used in three different homes...

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  • Reply To: Adapting Privacy

    Sure, like I'm going to PAY someone on the promise to keep my data secure?  I may be old and possibly even a bit senile, but I ain't THAT stupid...

  • Reply To: Changing Computer Retail

    Latkinson, I still have a Gateway 9-bay tower 386 in my basement.  Always thought it would make a great server case,  could have my own 'cloud' with today's drive sizes.

  • Reply To: Changing Computer Retail

    I used to get both Byte and Computer Shopper too.  And the Computer World news.  And yes, Mad Magazine too.  Had many of them saved, but several relocations fixed that.

    Those...

  • Reply To: Changing Computer Retail

    TL wrote:

    After my first PC purchased in the early 90's (386DX-25 with 4MB of memory and a 105MB hard drive), I built all my personal desktops.  I don't think I...

  • Reply To: Changing Computer Retail

    I think the main issue with the lack of live retail shopping is the lack of much detail on the configuration of much of the hardware.  When looking at hardware...

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