Don't have any pictures, sorry in advance...
There was huge dumpster full of Herman Miller Aeron chairs in the same building as mine. Was able to pull out and piece together about half a dozen good ones.
Apparently whoever threw away the rolling file had two of them--I picked up the second one yesterday--complete with office supplies like staples, paper clips, and paper pads.
If it's in the dumpster, it's fair game right?I think you might be stealing at this point
Just don't forget to disable the DHCP server on it or the weather forecast will call for packet stormsAnother fun day taking out the trash at the ol' apartment complex--perfectly good AT&T dsl router that can be used as a gigabit switch--complete with power supply sitting in a nice IKEA storage box. I needed a 4-port gigabit switch to get all the ports in our apartment wired, and I guess I just got one.
Haha, not my first rodeo on these for sure. Disabling the dhcp is usually the first thing I do, and pretty much the only thing if the IP address is outside the destination lan scope.Just don't forget to disable the DHCP server on it or the weather forecast will call for packet storms
I know, but we sometimes forget.Haha, not my first rodeo on these for sure. Disabling the dhcp is usually the first thing I do, and pretty much the only thing if the IP address is outside the destination lan scope.
Yep, never hurts to have a reminder.I know, but we sometimes forget
I've been interested in playing the keyboards for several years, so I snagged a Yamaha PSR-290 for free from CL. Power adapter that was included was a 9V DC which wasn't enough to power it up. Using my google-fu I found it requires a 12V DC adapter. Wouldn't you know it, in one of my boxes-o-junk I had a spare!
Cleaned it up and I've been playing with it for hours today. Action on the keys is remarkable given the keyboard is well over 10 years old and out of warranty. Everything works and it sounds great!
if its like any of the keyboards I've come across, it was likely used for a week, then never touched again.
Got me a 30gal fish tank with all the fixin's! Hooking it up as a surprise for my 12 year old.
Sry for the bad quality pics.
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Sweet! Time for a Mineral Oil build
Those things aren't cheap either. NiceLots of stuff trashed in the apartment dumpster as people move in and out, and I picked up one thing for my mom--a completely functional walker with extra large wheels for moving over uneven pavement. Amazing what gets thrown away around here...
I need a color laser multi function printer. Those things aren't cheap. Soup mugs work in a pinch though.My wife couldn't carry a complete color laser multi-function printer a neighbor had tossed out along with clocks, lamps, etc with a sign saying 'free'. She did happen to get the blue and green soup mugs though.
They're not, but here's an open box new, potentially bnib on in the CDW outlet currently for $247+tax+shipping. A new from from B&H is $399 shipped so as long as tax and shipping isn't more than $50, you're still saving $100 over new with all the same features and warranty as new. And if the prices drops even more, it will just make this that much more of a solid deal.I need a color laser multi function printer. Those things aren't cheap. Soup mugs work in a pinch though.