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31st August 2012, 04:48 PM #16
EduGeek branded BOHF certified low-voltage non-lethal user pacification stick?
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31st August 2012, 04:56 PM #17
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.
Originally Posted by SYNACK
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Dos_Box (31st August 2012)
31st August 2012, 04:58 PM #18
I prefer "PICNIC" or "Layer 8 Failure"
Originally Posted by Oaktech
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31st August 2012, 05:40 PM #19
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.
Originally Posted by Millgate
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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Oaktech (4th September 2012)
31st August 2012, 10:22 PM #20
any of whats been said is good
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