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Bum Battery Backup Leads to Killing Dust Bunnies, Labeling Cables and Organizing the Home Office

When a power outage revealed recently that my battery backup was kaput, I decided to get a new backup. I also took the chance to change and better organize the wiring behind my flat panel monitor and beneath my desk. I essentially cleaned up the rat’s nest that had taken form around my space – [...]
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