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What every programmer & sysadmin wants, but would never admit it

Lets open the door to the programmer's office:
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There is a nice Apple Tree garden in the corner:
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and a cool desktop mod:
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but the office is empty, as the programmer slept in this morning...
Next time he might use the alarm clock that runs away before it could be silenced. He'll have to get up and catch the silly thing, before hitting the bed again.
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Here is the company that makes it.
(thanks to MyNinja)

He arrives closer to lunch, hungry.
So here are some easy snack solutions:

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Rest of the day he passes the time feeding his inner bubble-wrap demon:

or satisfying the craving for the girls in headphones:
Headphone fetish - a website devoted to pictures of women wearing headphones, earphones and earmuffs, ear defenders and helicopter headsets.

you own personal robot to open the beer:
(maybe you should read the story by Henry Kuttner "The Proud Robot" for explanation of this one)
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Mouse from 1894:
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and even more ancient one:
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Some mice are causing calls to tech support:
"Both my mouse and printer do not seem to work any more. Can you tell me what the problem is?"
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for ladies: good way to recycle your dead keyboard:
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If you ever wondered what Apple's next product might look like, check it out here:
The new iParasite is an MP3 player that burrows inside of your ear canal and plays your favorite playlists via tiny speakers on its side:
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The Rubik's Cube for the 21st century!
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Extreme Ergonomics:
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(this company makes it)

Finally it's time to surf some sites like BOING BOING:
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...explore some web trends:

(thanks to InformationArchitects)

...get the latest scoop on the giants of the computer world:
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or just do some blogging:
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If you are not such an advanced user, you can still
Count your blessings:

- that you're more computer literate than this old man:
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- your laptop is more portable than this:
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- Microsoft does not make watches:
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- you don't need to hunt for headset bargains:
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- you are still very employable:
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(art courtesy K. Cornell)

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Anonymous GMI Blog said...

Ahhhh. No wonder there are cheese bits near my computer when I wake up in the morning.

Blogger vare2 said...

I love these...Funny stuff there!

Anonymous Hot Karl said...

I want to hot karl that mouse.


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