I don't know what's wrong with my phone camera. It seems to produce a lot of grain in artificial light. So I used my regular camera of 16 mega pixels.
Anyways let's start with the pictures shall we?
Here is my phone:
Here is the "sky" shot of my whole office section of my room:
Starting from the right:
That has my HP 3050 All-in-one Deskjet. I use it for envelopes and index cards. The scanner part doesn't work due to a driver issue.
My HP 1000 Deskjet which is for basic prints, things that aren't worth putting on my business printer. On the black cart is a lot of garbage bags, and the subwoofer to my Altec Lansing Octane7 Speakers
Here we have my 21" Philips TV, no coax, just VGA for my netbook. A clock, My HP DVD1270 DVD burner, The controller is going out on it so it won't be around much longer.
My LED lamp, and basic Logitech wireless keyboard and mouse, and the right satellite to my speakers. Lastly, just a cheap wired optical mouse.
Starting from the top, my Logitech C510 webcam, 23" Acer monitor, Logitech Illuminated keyboard, left speaker satellite, Mini Stapler.
My pen cup that contains: 4 Blue, 2 Green, 2 Red, 1 Sea Blue, 10 Black V5 Pilot Pens, 1 Blue G2 Pilot Pen, 4 Blue, 5 Black, 2 Red, 1 Green, 1 Purple, 2 Orange Sharpie Pens. Total: 34 Pens
Paper Clip Cup, Uniden Landline phone (it's connected to my officejet printer so I have a phone). Lasko Mini blower style fan. Great fan until after about 8 operational hrs then it just gets noisy to run.
Then lastly, my Emachines tower that won't be living much longer either after I get rid of the netbook.
Hanging off the tower are my Sony MDR-V150 Headphones, I use them while I mow and trim to block out the noise or if I want to concentrate mentally I plug them in and jam out.
Then my External Harddrive, that houses a 1TB drive.
Then my Officejet 4500 Wireless printer. Lastly my 7" Digital Picture frame.
I'm thinking about getting some security cameras but unfortunately it will be extremely hard pulling a good stream and also mounting the cam to the ceiling since that would require making holes in the wall/ceiling.
Not sure if a webcam would weigh too much to strap to a set of pushpins/thumbnails
The other thing is cable run length would be way too much. The max allowed run is 15ft without an active repeater.
The adhesive tape would make painting the walls hard if they ever choose to in the future.
The whole cam thing is just an idea, not that I'd actually go through with it.
I have pictures of my shop finally:
This is my weigh station, where I get my weights of all out going packages.
My Shop desk, I build and recycle things at it. Comes in real handy, a lot.
My shop, Yea it's a closet, but it works well, and gets the job done. Maybe later, I'll show you guys some tear down pictures. I'm always upgrading, recycling and discarding.
P.s.- about 80% of the stuff that goes through my shop still operates and works, if it doesn't sell I discard it as recyclable e-waste. If you see something you like, E.g. RAM or whatever, please speak cause I keep it a while before I recycle it.
A close up of my bins, there are more bins but they all don't have their labels or I don't bother cuz its a cardboard box.
Anyways, a quick overview of whats on the shelves, left to right: (refer to the 3rd image down)
Low Grade - These are found in dvd drives and power supplies. They are considered low grade due to the quality of the PCB boards and solder points. They are also relatively easy to break and cut. Apop - These are found as motherboards, CPUs, RAM, Hard Drive logical boards, and video cards. These are considered apop due to the PCB type and what is on the PCB itself. They can't be damaged while being recycled as that has a direct impact on scrap value. NOTICE - Do not be fooled by marketing scams and pretty looks. Routers and switches alike switch between low grade and Apop boards, what you are paying for is the pretty plastic shell and the included ROM, not what they used for materials! Same goes for motherboards, manufactures put a nice BIOS and fancy heatsinks to get buyers, not necessarily are the PCBs used the best quality.
Electric Motors - This one is a bit different, an electric motor is anything that transforms power, regulates power or moves something. #2 Wire - Simply put, cords. The number refers to the quality in scrap terms. You'll find these in virtually all power supply leads, USB and Ethernet, and as well as video transmission lines. Yes, that $100 HDMI cable you bought is worth about a quarter (25 cents) when redeemed as scrap. So don't always go for the most expensive stuff, it's really not worth the cost to you.
Alum Foil - Straight up, cooking foil and yogurt cup tops. Hazmat - That is for batteries primarily. I also throw thermal paste in that bin as well. Used to be for ink cartridges but I've relocated those to a different bin. The blank box - That is for ribbon wire, such as what you see on scanners and IDE cables. SATA although is manufactured flat, is not a ribbon cable.
The first two bins - Those are for material reclamation. Items that have yet to be processed. The box - That is for plastics #3, 4, 5, and 6. Our local incinerator has a recycling program for those plastics.
The box with the poly bag - That is actually from HP. I'm taking advantage of their ink cartridge recycling program. Ink cartridges were never eco friendly, never will be, nor are toner cartridges. I'm glad to know that HP took the initiative to offer a great program to personal and business users alike. Epson, and other manufactures offer no recycling programs and third parties wind up paying for their slack. (It's the main reason all my printers are HP and will always be HP.) The other two boxes - Those are also material reclamation boxes. Nothing special.
Those CRT tubes are a pain to recycle. There are 9 of them in total in that shop. There are also other various bins throughout my shop but they are full and have been removed to save space.
Everything that I recycle actually gets divided up, it all has its own destinations.
e-waste goes to an authorized and certified recycler.
Metals go to a metal reclamation facility.
The HP ink cartridges go to HP for recycling. My batteries (hazmat) go to the local incinerator for safe disposal as they cannot be burned or buried.
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Corrine, just as you predicted, everything would be moved around., and it is. This time I removed a few pieces, and rearranged everything. One of my business friends might be coming up and I had to change some stuff up.
I did not bother with cable management because I'll be building new machines when I find new employment.
I did take lots of pictures with my camera, I hope to upload them soon.
Ok Corrine, here you go. This version will be like this for a while, just minor edits as I change equipment around.
This is after I started the progress of moving the bed. All the cable ties were all cut so it left the cables hanging, which while I was in the progress of cutting them, it reminded me of some condemned data center.
Here I've already pulled the glass desk away but went back to take a pic. This is with all the cables gone.
Now we're back to before that little desk got moved. Again, since everything is off it reminds me of a condemned office.
I slid the bed over the rest of the way and removed everything from the glass desk except the speakers.
Now the speakers are removed and the exciting process of moving the glass desk began. Have a nice shot of the "hair ball" of cables.
The bed in its new home, sorry it was getting late and I stopped taking pics. But this is everything off the glass desk, or at least 90% of it.
There is a general overview of everything... well everywhere.
These next pictures basically are after I moved the desk and moved the electronics into their final home.
Yay we have power!
Coax and phone line goin around my door!
The finished product!
Now time to turn back the clock:
My cable management skills with a case that had no cable management what-so-ever: