dust keyboard lightbrush-2
Posted by vitaliy_bondarchuk on 2014-02-16 19:02:35
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Posted by Linandara on 2017-01-26 08:42:00
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For the subject: "Undesirable".
A defunct hard drive, I’ve deliberately sabotaged the connectors to prevent it ever being used again.
Had great trouble getting my macro setting to focus on the correct pins, this was the best effort. Don’t know what the speckles are in the shot, dust in the light maybe?
Posted by Jigsawn on 2009-08-31 13:35:36
Tagged: , Undesirable , Theme_Team , spotlight , light , dof , depth of field , hard drive , computer , computing , disc , disk , harddisc , macro , closeup , lensflare
The computer lab is awaiting teachers and students.
Posted by inveneo on 2011-08-31 13:36:10
Tagged: , inveneo , haiti , broadband , deployment , internet , access , school , computing
Posted by Timitrius on 2011-11-05 17:14:11
Tagged: , Bletchley , Park , museum , World War 2 , cryptography , code , breakers , National Museum of Computing , computer , computing
Ancient artifacts uncovered during an exhausting, dangerous (and rather dusty) excavation. A lot of crawling under shelves and tables was involved.
Posted by BinaryApe on 2009-06-09 20:47:16
Tagged: , 7.7-23.1 mm , manchester , uk , northern quarter , amiga , mac , macintosh plus , manuals , dust mask , ruler apparently stuck in head , junk , commodore , computing , computer , classic
That things was full of dust on the inside.
It ran a 1 GHz CPU and 512MB of RAM and XP, so I wasn’t too heartbroken to destroy this.
Posted by thibmaek on 2015-01-03 17:48:27
Tagged: , server , computing , networking , Raspberry , Pi , apple , tv