About how much do you spend on technology gadgets in a year? (Or at least will admit to...)

Less than $100
12% (52 votes)
$100 - $499
35% (154 votes)
$500 - $999
19% (82 votes)
More than $1,000
18% (80 votes)
I'd have to go into the witness protection program if my spouse found out.
15% (67 votes)
Total votes: 435
Carlie Fairchild - Wed, 2020-06-15 09:32.

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Most likely zero

Fortunately I sell electronic gadgeds. So there is always some stuff left over for me :-)

netuno (not verified) - Sun, 2021-02-26 05:19.


i am a techno guru. i spend about 5,000 a year on new devices. I just bought a new server and put it in my home for my website www.optimizehosting.com

An - ymous (not verified) - Thu, 2020-09-22 08:22.

How much i spend

Well i would have to say over $500 atleast each year or really how much over the years it's averaged out to ut am sure over $1,000 this last year but i think since technolgogy changes so frequently it forces us to pay even more well thats just my input.

dating services (not verified) - Thu, 2020-06-30 23:51.

loading to small harddrive

Thankyou Tux, you really hit the spot in all three issues.
I bought both Knoppix ( which I use on an olde 1Gb dinosaur ), and Morphix ( which works on my olde 6Gb Laptop ) for $ 4.50 from Dick Smith Electronics. I have two problems. 1st, I can't seem to connect onto the net with either distro. Can't figure out how to do it on one ( maybe someone could hold my hand in easy, newbie steps ), and pcmcia modem recognition problem on the other. The 2nd problem is I want to load Linux onto either ( or both ) hard drive but am limited in memory capacity. The desktop has 1Gb when I ( hee, hee ) totally erase the other OS, and the Laptop has about 1Gb to spare if I partition. I've looked at 'DammSmallLinux', 'FeatherLinux', 'BonzaiLinux' and other small distros. Please help me pick a good one, and get it permanently into my hdd.

Daniel (not verified) - M - , 2020-06-20 08:43.

A solution for he/she who's HDDs are small.


It's a lightweight distro that, unlike DamnSmallLinux and Feather Linux, actually has almost all the software you could possibly need to start with, maybe not what's being shown off in TUX, but you can always add that later.

...and it has a modem configuration tool in the K menu, I'm not sure if any other KDE based distros do, but this one is well worth checking out.

I don't know if you can buy it on CDs, but it's under 200mb, so downloading is an option, even on dial up (use the torrents).

An - ymous (not verified) - M - , 2020-06-20 21:27.

My wife's new washer and drye

My wife's new washer and dryer falls into the same category as my new PC. The old one worked well but the $5.00 belt broke so we had to get a new matched pair to replace the old one. what's good for the goose......

An - ymous (not verified) - Sun, 2020-06-19 14:04.

... and what comes next

I spent a lot lately, but i still want ...
... one of those new AMD x64 machines that are coming to the market
... with a brand-new 19' monitor
... to watch TV on it
And hope my wife do not read this ... i still have to persuade her !

A Learner (not verified) - Fri, 2020-06-17 00:08.


I accly woudl have to go into the witness Protection program if some oen found out.

I estmated I have over $500,000++++in stolden software alone.LOL

Wolf L - e (not verified) - Thu, 2020-06-16 21:17.

Why I have no money

Let's see... what did I blow my paychecks on this year so far...

  • nVidia 256mb video card - $100
  • Upgrade to a gig of RAM in my Linux box - $50
  • Rancilio Silvia Espresso Machine (Does this count? I mean... caffiene is a geek's favorite tool) - $500.
Austin K. (not verified) - Wed, 2020-06-15 10:42.