A while ago the screen on my EEE PC 701 was cracked.

I decided it was time to look into getting a replacement.
To find out what kind of replacement screen I needed I had to open it up.
After removing the screws from the screen I realized I would have to take the bottom plastic off as well to get to the screen.I removed the battery and six screws on the bottom. Not even close to done.
After removing the keyboard, another batch of screws and the touchpad I was in.

Sure enough on the back of the LCD there is the model number I needed to get a replacement. Since I hadn’t ever ripped apart an LCD I went ahead and did so, there were several sheets of plastic, glass and the display all squeezed into that tiny case.
I ended up ordering a replacement screen off ebay for $68.67 new. I’ll post an update when it comes in.

One day I was heading out on a trip and decided to pick up a disposable camera. At first glance it looked like any other photo desk. But this one wanted a little more from you than most.
Take a closer look at the sign on the desk:
This gives a whole new meeting to one hour photo.

Today I was given an air compressor at work for free. The only catch was that it didn’t turn on and had a broken wheel. A quick clean of the contacts on the power switch and it turned on. Instead of replacing the wheel we decided to fix it.Five holes and five zip ties later and we had a wheel that was as good as new. Now all I have to figure out is why it doesn’t automatically turn off until the safety valve blows.

Whenever I see a funny sign I try to take a picture. This is one of those pictures.

Who needs a well trained attack dog?
They didn’t even bother closing the door all the way, man is that place secure.

A while ago I went on a cruise down to the Caribbean. There I saw a unique solution to an everyday problem. How do you plug an American (NEMA 5-15) power plug into a non-American receptacle (L6-15)?
bent prongs
You just bend the prongs. Or..Cut the plug off all together and just shove the wires in.And here is the rest of it.