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*sneeze*

yowza.

the basement closet is completely empty, swept, and vacuumed. (it probably should be scrubbed, but I'm not doing that now - allergies are bad enough as it is.)

discovered: a buttload of ancient mac software, some of which is actually pretty nice stuff, or was once upon a time (full edition of photoshop 3.0, director 5, illustrator 5.5); a few metric tons of miscellaneous computer parts, most of which are probably broken (if they weren't before they went into that black dust-filled pit, they are now), but some of it might be salvageable if anyone wants to play with it; and a fairly decent sized closet which could probably get turned into a nice walk-in tool closet with a minimum of effort. won't quite work for the rack, unfortunately.

sadly, the pen for my graphics tablet is still AWOL. It's terribly tempting to break down and get a new tablet entirely, since this one is six or seven years old anyway.... then I'd definitely need a USB hub (have five devices and four ports now).

also discovered was a dsl modem, which I'll probably take with me, as it looks like dsl is everywhere in seattle, and that'll save me $100 or so in setup costs.

whee.

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meerkat299
Aug. 22nd, 2002 06:11 pm (UTC)
last i remember, the graphics tablet pen was on the red desk, with the pen possibly in one of the pen cups. HTH

That DSL modem is pretty old and may not work with whatever DSL you get in Seattle, but then again, I assume that you will likely be using the same ISP (speakeasy.net) as provided that modem in the first place. *shrug*
jnanacandra
Aug. 23rd, 2002 04:43 am (UTC)
Re:
aha!!

found the pen in one of the pen cups, as you suggested. thanks much :)
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