Yes, That is White Out

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Yes, That is White Out
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From the submitter:

This was a photo from my work, where apparently someone had been using a program they weren't meant to, so the boss simply put white-out on the computer screen to prevent him using the program.

You've Been Served

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You've Been Served
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From the submitter:

I confess, this is my own work. I don't need much of a web-server, so when the old one died, I recycled an old netbook with the aid of a USB drive caddy. The gaffa tape was an added bonus to keep it all together - and prompted this submission.

I'm pretty jealous, TIFI's servers are about half this size and we haven't even been able to upgrade from Scotch tape yet.

Also Functions as a Screen Protector

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Also Functions as a Screen Protector
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Close it and it'll be the second stickiest mess he's had on that keyboard.

~NSHA

(sorry)

Because He Can, That's Why

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Because He Can, That's Why
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Retro computer challenge: to recreate this kludge set your monitor resolution to the lowest possible setting and the colors to like... 6. Enjoy!

~NSHA

If It Works, Who Are We to Judge?

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If It Works, Who Are We to Judge?
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Not what he was expecting from a 'screwless design' case. ~Not-So-Handy Andy

Completely Out of The Way of Feet

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Completely Out of The Way of Feet
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From the submitter:

My new video card is rather LARGE, and there was only one slot on the motherboard which could accomodate it. It's VERY close to my sound card (which also cannot be moved), and I noticed a strange "ping..ping..PINGPINGPING" sound coming from the case. All the heat generated inside was making the entire video card warp slightly (this only occurs when playing Fallout 3 with LOTS of mods) and the fan was coming into contact with some of the solder points on the sound board! Yikes!

He had problems with overheating so he decided to fix it with little pieces of plastic? This should end well.