Just how well does common house dust transfer heat?
The Brown Death
This PC almost screams for a vacuum cleaner. It’s already too late for the feather duster.
Reading tea leaves is so 2013. Today, the trendy administrator just opens a PC of his choice and interprets the shape of the dust balls. What do you see? Is it a bird in flight, a dead mouse or a pointless pile of dirt? Want to know what that says about you? Call our 900-number for just $0.01 per millisecond.
Intel’s newly-developed notebook coolers with viscous padding have only one minor drawback: they don’t actually cool anything. On the plus side, they’re completely quiet.
Dampening works even better with tobacco. And you can smoke it when you're done.
Why would only one side of the cooler accumulate all of the dust? The answer is simple: the administrator’s huge coffee mug always stood on the other side. No airflow; no dust.
To speed up data transfers even more, this PC was given a 3D network based on nature. Sometimes, the best solutions are already out there.
This picture is proof that smoking is bad for the environment, and this user clearly knows it.
Here’s the promised additional view of Picture 4. Try to spot the R2D2 trash can, which perfectly blends in with the environment. Camouflage activated!