[thelist] wish list

Jim Puls jim at nondifferentiable.com
Tue Jul 1 00:32:35 CDT 2003

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>> D-Link switches and Hubs.
>> (Lifetime warranty,cheerfully exchanged)
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> +1
> the management interface sucks, but they get the job done very nicely.

I've had some quality issues with them, but their support has been so 
incredible that I keep going back to them.

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>> Free the mouse
>> Trackballs trackballs trackballs.
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> if you need any amount of cursor accuracy and control, avoid the 
> trackball
> like the plague it is.  may i suggest the intellimouse explorer 
> instead.
> lots of buttons, scroll wheel, and everything is configurable.

My favorite mouse seems to never get any press: the Gyration Ultra 
cordless.  It's really solid (unlike some Microsoft and Logitech 
products) and has one extra killer feature, namely that it works in 

> when it comes to chairs there is nothing that can touch an aeron chair 
> from
> herman miller.  it'll set ya back a good chunk of change, but your ass 
> (and
> back and shoulders) will thank you (i speak from experience).  get it 
> with
> all the options.  they don't cost that much more and you'll want them 
> within
> a few days of getting the chair anyway.  *don't* buy one without going 
> and
> finding out which size fits the best.

My Aeron sitting experience has been limited to a total of one hour 
across my entire lifetime, and I thought it was pretty nice.  Trolls 
will like the page at http://www.dack.com/misc/aeron.html .

Jim Puls <jim at nondifferentiable.com>

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