BeBoxes, software updates, configuration fixes, more clearing of shelves, meta tags, meetings with designers, more fun with gas, clearing a flat surface, and over a dozen t-shirts bite the dust.
On Sunday Rochelle woke up with a new brainstorm, a project she thought would be simple, quick, and provide a big payoff: hook up the vintage gas heater we found at an antique store to the gas feed in our dining room. Four hardware stores and 6 pilot lights later, we’re back where we started — but at least we didn’t blow up the house!
Once upon a time, I bought a bunch of dead BeBoxes. I planned to refurbish them and resell them on eBay for a large profit. It’s been…slow to happen. And now Rochelle has a Final Solution in mind.
Rochelle has started in on the kitchen. I wonder if I should take the credit cards away from her.
A great piece of music, and former corporate theme song for Be, Inc.
I got my third BeBox working today.
What I bought at the Be liquidation auction
Today’s auction of Be Incorporated’s assets is the opportunity to purchase computing history. Unfortunately, the market said they were mostly evolutionary dead-ends.