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Pictures of botched network closets, dead animals in server rooms (or servers!), blankets of dust inside of desktop PCs, etc...

I think data is like a goldfish. Give it a bigger tank…

  Republished with permission from The Daily WTF: "You would never use a 150TB drive" - future me Granted, this was a buggy disk consumption report, but...I'm not wrong! via:

You’re not plugging anything else in: The Kingston Predator 1TB USB Flash Drive

I'm not sure if this is a win or a fail, but holy cripes, that's an effing HUGE USB drive (no "that's what she said" jokes). My recommendation?  Order yourself a USB 3.0 cable extension. I usually keep a 16GB USB drive around my neck for...

This USB port gets around

I'll keep it short. Back story: I work as desktop support for a GIS firm.  They use planes to create 3d mapping data that will then at times be sent out on HDD to consumers. So, this morning I get to work and there is...

How Did You Know?

Hello, this is <Ginormous Consulting Company's> Help Desk, my name's GrumpyDingo, how can I help? Huh... yeah, I'm trying to send an attachment but the email server won't let me!.... OK sir, if the attachment is bigger than 12MB, then the email server will not allow...

Can you, uh, maximize that for me?

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“Now shipping with Coupon Printer!”

This is why we encourage play with science and learning toys (legos, microscopes, other science activities) with my daughter...*sigh* the cards are stacked against her...   via:

Kind of like a landmine, only the fallout’s more expensive

Republished with permission from our friends at the Daily WTF: He was greeted at reception by Manny, one of the upper-level directors. He got the tour-- reception, sales, call center-- and ended up in the kitchen. Over a free breakfast of free coffee and free...

I think you might want to replace the drive…

For all of those backwards readers who aren't privy to being familiar with the metric system...I'm uh...looking at you...uh...BURMA AND LIBERIA - that's 285 degrees Fahrenheit. via:
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