This year isn't quite as fun. Last year's load was mostly early/pre-2000s. These machines are mostly 2002-2006, but there are a lot of them lingering around.
|Giant black box? A very old 35mm film scanner...|
|Powerbooks, through the ages|
Mac enthusiasts will notice you can trace the decade for Apple up till the Intel switch (I did have a broken Macbook Pro but it isn't in the photograph). Unfortunately it also means I have to remove all the HDDs (university, sensitive information, yadayada).
|A nice refreshing beverage to get you through the day|
Incidentally, as a guy who doesn't normally tear down computers for fun, I have to say it's given me a new distaste for post-PPC Apple. It's safe to say they only intended for two types of people to get into these machines: very determined individuals, and Apple hardware technicians.
I'm also in the process of transporting our departmental server to a new, better location (with air conditioning...).
|Why the iMac? It's uh, I'm not really the tech guy, soo...|
For those who could care less about my job, here's a picture of Isobel:
Damage on Steam for the day:
STALKER: Shadow of Chernobyl
Total spent so far: over 100$. You don't buy till you're done. You buy till you hate yourself.