I’ve moved almost everything into my new office. That means pictures are going to be delayed, because there are about a dozen boxes of stuff to go through before the floor is empty. I promised myself that I *WILL* have order. And I certainly don’t want to take pictures of the clutter!
I’ve been pitching lots of stuff. Since a lot of my business deals with “old” stuff, it’s hard to figure out what to keep. However, some things are probably not worth keeping — like a CD-ROM 1x speed drive, when new drives are 64x and faster, and not only read but burn as well. Expect some things to show up on Craigslist.
I did keep the 9-track open-reel tape drives, since I actually use them to read customer data. Not really often, but desperate people contact me from time to time, and are willing to pay $200 per tape!
I was saddened to discover that one of my VAXstations doesn’t boot. At least it’s in the equipment rack, and so it’s not in the way. I’ll fix it once the clutter is cleared (because the new workbench is 6″ deep in stuff, too).