|Messy room = sad
||[Oct. 18th, 2001|12:11 am]
this messy room now. So sad. It was perfectly clean a day or two ago. I hate hardware and boxes.Evan came over to build servers with me. Look at |
Nobody to talk to online and nothing to do, so I think I'll shower & sleep. So exciting.
CONTEST: How many computers do you see in the picture?
i see eleventy billion computers!
I see 4, but if the boxes have 'puters in them too then 7, but I figured if your like me, those boxes are empty, and were emptied the instant they hit the room =)
3? two workstations and a laptop?
One Dell Demention Desktop (Left side)
One unnamed under the desk, second moniter, looks like it's running windows.
Two 1u webserver boxes on the couch
One really phat system named jesus, and it's raid array sitting right next to it
6 that I can see. I see what could be another one in the lower-lefthand corner, or that just could be a mounting rack or something. that doesn't count. not nuff nfo on that one. This is also counting visable ones. ones still in boxes dont count.
Do i get extra points for being so descriptive?
I count..... 6.
Heh, this is almost as good as Sesame Street
2001-10-18 03:02 am (UTC)
I see 8, maybe 9, if under the monitors, is 2, not one old packard bell? case)
I'm gonna guess 10.
2 obvious ones, on the chairs, in the middle (2).
2 desktops and a laptop on/under the desk, plus another one to the side of the desk under the printer (4).
2 1u's on the couch (2).
1 more 1u juuuust sticking out of the corner on the bottom left (1).
1 more under the diagonal switch (I can see those lights, and I'm guessing it's resting on a computer. Pure guess, but hey.) (1)
There's also possibly one more in the static bag, but I can't tell.
So from 9 to 11 depending on whether or not I'm imaginging the ones under the switch and in the static bag.
2001-10-18 05:39 pm (UTC)
hm.. I'm always online late at night. hit me up on AIM or somethin next time you're bored. :)
as far as messy rooms go, I feel your pain.. cept I also have a messy car. :P
6, plust something by IBM that reminds me of a Magstar tape drive, but. . . I doubt seriously that it is.