In article <4ECFACD2.26142.156CA36 at cclist.sydex.com>,
"Chuck Guzis" <cclist at sydex.com> writes:
[...] Duplicates [of cables]
are squirreled away in boxes where I can forget about them.
Over the years I've accumulated a huge number of power cords and a
variety of SCSI and serial cables.
Since I have cats, I buy cat litter in large plastic buckets. These
make for great storage of cables once the cat litter has been used up.
They come with lids that are reusable and they're made from white
plastic so I can write on them with a sharpie to say what's in them.
They have lids that allow them to be stacked and each one has a
swinging handle as well. They work great for storing rarely accessed
stuff like this in a space efficient manner.
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