Screen Time Screen Saver Factory
When I started my current job five years ago, I inherited a pile of instruction manuals and reams of odd documentation. I threw away more than half of it, but then stored the rest in a file cabinet "just in case". I've never opened that file cabinet.
I decided to start going through that cabinet again. The very first thing I pulled out was this:
A screen saver instruction manual. Even better, it's got little bookmark tabs in it! Somebody *studied* this thing! I knew I was in for a treat even before I opened it.
And then I opened it. Check out the Serial Number...
If you don't know what those first four letters stand for, please do not Google them. It's safer that way.
System requirements go all the way back to Windows 3.1! Aw yeah. And it's highlighted! I imagine some previous developer carrying this thing around in his pocket, ready to jump at a moment's notice to *just* the right page. It was his personal printed version of Wikipedia.
And he had such nice handwriting, too.
At this point I'm starting to wish he'd used a different highlighter color. "Pea Soup Green"... mmmm. Yummy. Pardon me while I go 'urp' in a corner...
So, my "clean out the drawer" project is off to a roaring success. I've moved exactly one item, and I dare not throw it away.
Maybe I should just leave the drawer alone for a while. Again.