There’s this thing on the desk. It’s labeled, “5.25 Media Dashboard.”
“Is anything geekier,” I ask as a proud geek?
The computer I designed this summer is all I’d hoped for. Every time I shoot photos I plug in an external card reader. Now I’m going to add this one more little thing to speed the process and make the computer more functional.
This goes down as a 21st Century problem, right?
The choice was buying a card reader or buying a
The “dashboard” occupies the same sized slot a CDROM drive fills. Ten cables with a variety of plugs snake out its rear. Nine will be plugged into a corresponding socket on the motherboard. The tenth will draw power.
There’s a digital thermometer on board and the ability to adjust fans speeds with a thumbwheel. I’d like to make this computer even quieter. Slower fans will work as long as things don’t heat up too much.
Too much to do now. The building takes place in about a week.