I’m cleaning out old hardware boxes, and run across one that reads “IBM memory Expansion Technology (MXT)…” — I stopped reading at that point. Didn’t that stuff die off some time around 5-10 years ago? LOL!
I asked Jim, “Why do we keep this crap?”
*Holding up the box in question* “This crap.”
“Don’t throw that away, I might need it one day.”
:shock: WHAT in the world would we ever use it for?
I seriously doubt we’d ever be so hard up for parts that we’d resort to scrounging for my old 286 stuff. :roll:
I said, “Yeah, while we’re at it, why don’t we get your old Commodore stuff out of storage and set it up on the network.”
To which he replies, “Hey, that’s not a bad idea!”
*shakes head* Geek. :lol: