mainframes and other stuff
linimon at lonesome.com
Sat Nov 22 13:48:35 CST 2014
On Sat, Nov 22, 2014 at 10:28:40AM -0500, William Donzelli wrote:
> Sometimes I even see stuff hanging around for years not because they
> are holding onto it for huge money, but simply because if gets pushed
> to the back as a new load comes in.
True, but consider: if it's sitting in the back of the warehouse, it
isn't making any money.
At the company I work for, space is constrained. Nothing is kept on
the theory it will accumulate value later -- in fact, for anything
made recently, the opposite is true. Laptops and desktops, in
particular, need to either go out quickly or be scrapped.
(note: we only rarely get 'collectible'-class items, and I try to
flag those. No minicomputers or mainframes :-) )
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