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    6 cool things to do with a flash drive

    CNet has posted 6 cool things to do with your USB flash drive. Check it out.
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    Cool

    But Ted, the question on everyone's mind must be "what do you do with yours?"

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    I must say it seemed to me to be a thinly-disguised advert for Corsair Flash Voyager UFDs, good though they are...
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    It would seem only logical, that they would show a picture of a flash drive.
    I'm just wondering how much it cost to get that picture into that page???

    Thank goodness, it was Corsair and not some bogus outfit that uses refurbished chips, like Kingston.

    Just for grins and giggles, I keep a little box for totally FAILED ram. I've had it for many years now and in
    that box is one strip of Spectec (Superman ram) ram and all the rest are Kingston.

    Good quality USB Flash Drives are so cheap anymore, that no-one has to buy junk.

    I'm still waiting to hear what Ted does with his flash drive.????

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    My mamma always told me not to suck your thumb drive!
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    None of the exotic stuff shown in the article. A few portable apps, moving stuff to PC's not on my home network. Just boring stuff. Don't have as much time to play anymore, working too many hours. Some of us less fortunate people still have to work, ya know.
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