Another simple and satisfying project

As a tech support person, I carry a lot of flash drives. At first there was only one or two and it was easy to tell them apart.  They either looked different or had different charms on them. Now however, they are mostly black and with so many of them, the charms were getting tangled and I couldn’t tell which was which.

All are black with 8 gigs each

Which holds programs? Which has manuals? Site specific files?

Now, with a little label tape and names from the Wizarding World, I know which has current programs, which has reference materials, which has programs for older OSs, etc.

Each has items for different areas of tech support

With a little help from Harry, Ron, Hermione, Neville and Luna

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2 Responses to “Another simple and satisfying project”


  1. 1 Jeyna Grace September 25, 2011 at 5:06 pm

    Aw, sweet. Maybe i should do the same.

  2. 2 techmom236 September 26, 2011 at 3:26 pm

    It’s funny but I really liked this project. “Luna” is just like all the others on the inside (8 gigs) but very different on the outside, just like Luna Lovegood is.


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