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Asus Router RTN-12
StarTech 5 1/4 ssd/hard drive sata hot swap bay.
StarTech 5 1/4 dual SSD hot swap
Happy with Seven Greetings to all my helpful friends. Just this little message of thanks that I still have Windows 7 and going along good. My wife just got a new laptop with Windows eight and after a couple of days watching, I am so glad to have Seven.
Didn't fix laptop, still pay for the labor? My laptop didn't power on so I took my laptop to a repair shop and they said the power jack has to be replaced.
They just called me and told me that the laptop still didn't power on even with the new power jack and they said they discovered something burnt on the motherboard and the whole...
Recession hit older tech workers harder, labor data shows cont on link above
Many of these older people who have and continue to get laid off probably starting to work in the high-tech industry about the time that I did.
Seems like only yesterday 1977 when Bill Gates (MSFT) was suing MITS a subsidiary of the hi-tech company that I worked for...
Child labor for our toys The report says: "KYE recruits hundreds (up to 1,000) 'work-study' students 16 and 17 years of age, who work 15-hour shifts, six and seven days a week making webcams, mice and other computer peripherals. Some of the workers appear to be just 14 or 15 years old. A typical shift is from 7:45 a.m. to...
Happy 4th ... or whatever SO. what's everybody doing for Independence Day? I know a lot of you are from not-America, so it probably means as much as it does to me, nothing. but to the American folks, what are you guys doing for the holiday? fireworks? getting drunk? laying in bed all day, to avoid any type of family...