The Dominion of Nodice- Where technology goes to dieLocked
After nearly two decades, what I considered merely coincidence has become something more- my dominion has become a place where technology goes to die. There are two reasons for this.
First, almost everything I have has already been used extensively by others, meaning that most of my technological possessions have passed their prime functioning years. All new technology within my possession is also used extensively (though in this case by me) and eventually reaches the same status as the used technology.
Second, though careful maintenance keeps my technology running as long as possible, age eventually defeats my efforts. All I can do then is give the device its last rites.
For example: The computer moniter which served as my faithful backup for almost a decade (it missed the decade mark by two months) has just died last Thursday. (Rest in Peace)
My dominion is filled with the things of the past (technology and otherwise), that have already died or are in the process of dying.
Which brings me finally to my true purpose on this day, July 7, 2008.
1. Is your dominion a place where tech goes to die? If not, do you know anyone who has such an dominion?
2. What does one do with thing that have long since served their purpose but are too precious to you to give up?
who has two non-functioning PS2s (one can’t read and the other won’t read- discs that is)
edited to change date above from 2007 to 2008 (apparently I’m still stuck in the past)