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    EduGeek branded BOHF certified low-voltage non-lethal user pacification stick?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SYNACK View Post
    EduGeek branded BOHF certified low-voltage non-lethal user pacification stick?
    Perhaps not... However a set of edugeek motivational posters along the lines of the think geek tshirts, you know, "PEBCAK" and "I'm sorry, I can't fix 'stupid', just computers" "I'm only here because you break stuff" and "talk to the chair, the face is coding" "We are not really people people" etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oaktech View Post
    Perhaps not... However a set of edugeek motivational posters along the lines of the think geek tshirts, you know, "PEBCAK" and "I'm sorry, I can't fix 'stupid', just computers" "I'm only here because you break stuff" and "talk to the chair, the face is coding" "We are not really people people" etc.
    I prefer "PICNIC" or "Layer 8 Failure"

    Rob

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    Quote Originally Posted by Millgate View Post
    What kind of free sh*t though???? Just the usual mugs, pens etc????
    I'd aim for "emergency sysadmin tools that'll do in a pinch and we'll keep in the toolbox / desk / pocket because they're useful". And make sure the printing's durable enough to survive use.

    For example (freebies I've had in the past that are still around):

    - Branded Swiss Card with modified tools for poking dodgy punchdowns to life.
    - Loopback tester
    - Penlight with a fibre-optic attachment with bayonet connector on the end for doing basic fibre identification.
    - USB to random other USB adaptor kit that was stackable (so you could build bizarro connectors rather than keeping a stash of wierd cables).
    - Set of anti-static picks and spudgers for dismantling plastic casework and prodding the internals of hardware.

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    any of whats been said is good

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