What can you store in a damp basement, and what's the best way to do it? [more inside]
Is this storage company unfairly charging a late fee because they cannot process a check fast enough?
I've been using automated payments through my bank to pay a storage company. Lately, they changed their late fee grace period -- and I was hit with late fees. Not because the payment was late, but because they process bank checks in a special and slow way. . . [more inside]
Cheap storage in the Bay Area? [more inside]
I am gravely in need of help with an issue that has long perplexed me: namely, how to intuitively store and organize all of my miscellaneous crap. [more inside]
What can't I store in the attic? [more inside]
need storage solutions for a small bathroom. [more inside]
Where to find solid wood cd shelving in the Dallas/Fort Worth area? [more inside]
I just bought my first Mac and I keep finding conflicting reports when it comes to file systems. All of my music and photos are on an external drive, formatted NTFS. Will OS X be able to read/write to it, or will I have to backup the files and reformat? I still need to be able to connect the external HD to a PC on occasion, but it will primarily be used with the Mac. Thanks in advance!
My father passed away a few months ago and the question of how to store the data on his office computers for the long term has come up. [more inside] [more inside]
What shouldn't I refrigerate? [more inside]
Two notebook computers in the living room. How do I keep them out of sight AND on hand? [more inside]
Will pearls - regular, black and other types, both freshwater and non - be damaged by freezing for extended periods of time? We're not talking deep-freeze, just the temperature (or range of temperatures) in your average home kitchen freezer.
What is the best way to store vinyl records over an extended period of time? [more inside]
Safe place to store/park my car in Berkeley for 9 weeks? [more inside]
I'm arriving in London on Thursday morning and will have 9 hours to spend in the city. Unfortunately, I will have three big, heavy pieces of luggage with me. I need a convenient place to drop it. [more inside]
We are dragging and dropping picture files from a Windows XP PC onto a 256 MB Lexar compact flash card in a SanDisk card reader. The card no longer accepts data after around 125 MB have been transferred to it. How can we fill the card to its full 256 MB capacity to view digital photos in a digital picture frame device?
Going out of town for 3 months...should I store my truck? [more inside]
Moving in together: how do you deal with a packrat (and not much storage space)? [more inside]
What can I file in a file drawer... other than files? I want to store [more inside]
Which is best for the long-term storage of slides: Kodak-style slide carousels, or polypropylene sleeves? In addition to scanning, I want to try to preserve the analog originals for the next generation in my family. But how to do it? [more inside]
What's the cheapest (but safe) way to ship several heavy boxes from the UK to Canada? [more inside]
Are there any ready-made solutions I can use to host a YouSendIt/Mediafire-like service myself, for personal use? [more inside]
How many ways can you store information? [more inside]
I need to provide breakfast/brunch-type food to a large number of people. What are some good ways to cook typical breakfast dishes such as omelettes, pancakes, french toast, eggs, bacon, etc. so that I can store and reheat them? [more inside]
What's the largest internal hard drive available for a Mac Book Pro? I currently have a 120 ATA drive that came preinstalled when I bought the computer. Preferably, I'd like to be able to have two internal hard drives, swapping out my DVD drive...I know that the MCE OptiBay Hard Drive 160gb/5400rpm is available, but I'd like something bigger!
What's the most sensible way to add redundant storage to an existing Linux system using LVM? [more inside]
I am looking for a free service to host my podcasts. Ideally Id like a ton of storage space (unlimited if possible) to host all episodes. I host redundant copies of my podcast (enhanced, nonenhanced, etc) Anybody know of any good services for this?
Audio version of YouTube? is there any free sites that allow you to record your voice and store them online? like YouTube / Google Video but just for audio? [more inside]
I've got a bunch of extra hard drives, and I want to setup a backup NAS type solution so I can backup my data and store movies, tv shows, media, etc. Ideas? [more inside]
I want to get the box spring and mattress off the floor without buying a bed frame. [more inside]
Is there a limit to the amount of calories the body can store as fat at any one time? My question is, let's say you go over your caloric needs by 4,000 on one day. Does that mean that your body will add 4,000 calories worth of fat? Or is there any limit to the amount of fat the body can store in one sitting? [more inside]
What's the best solution for sharing, backing up, and uploading large amounts of photos for my work? [more inside]
Would black-and-white negative film still be good if it were stored in a refrigerator for over 3 years? What about printing paper? [more inside]
How can I store furniture in our shed without ruining it? [more inside]
Where to get plastic tubing for storage? [more inside]
Freelancers, how do you store the original copies of your clips? [more inside]
What's the best way to display and protect a book? [more inside]
I'm selling my current computer soon. There's a few GB worth of files that I'd like to preserve. Are there any free or cheap online services that will provide this service? I'll only need access to it once or twice later on, to restore it on my new computer. I only have a few blank CDs and not enough time to burn everything, and no concurrent access to the two computers. Besides, I prefer flexible online access. On a related note, I'd like store some information about the files in a text file. In the good ol' DOS days, I could pipe the 'dir' output to a text file. Except these files have some metadata that can't be displayed in the command prompt. Equivalent functionality for Windows Explorer or other GUI shells?
Anyone have experience with freezing salad or any other method to keep produce around? I want to have more salads with lots of variety at home. Unfortunately, the more variety I add, the more produce I have that rots before making it into my belly. [more inside]
Need storage recommendation for near Jersey City 07302. Leaving the country for a few months so want to put away books, bikes, tables, chairs, LP records, mattress etc etc. Thanks.
Cost effective, shared storage for Mac? [more inside]
I've got photos, images, and brief video clips - some copyrighted, some not - on three seperate computers, and I'm looking for an ideal central location to store, view and access them. What are my options?
What is the best way to store wine long term if I don't have a cellar? I'm particularly worried about the Australian summer coming in six months or so. [more inside]
Over the years I've lost some MiniDv cases here and there and I've never been able to find a place to buy replacements. Does anyone know where I can purchase extra MiniDv cases? [more inside]
Can any of you folks point me to a good, simple plan for built-in bookshelves? Our book collection has way outgrown the capacity of the bookcases we have, and I'd like to build some bookshelves that are attached to the walls of our house. But the plans I have found in home-improvement books seem too complicated for my (nonexistent) carpentry skills. Here are the tools I've got: a hand-held circular saw, an electric drill, screwdrivers and a hammer. I want something nice-looking and presentable for the public areas of the house; i.e., not a cinderblock solution.
What's in your condo storage locker? [more inside]
I want to store a few dozen CDs with their liner notes and inserts (we're talking the regular American style thick CD jewel cases). Most of the CD binders seem only able to store the booklet, not the tray inserts. I'd like one that can store everything except the plastic. I want to be able to stick them back into jewel cases if I ever decide to get rid of them. [more inside]
My company has ~6 departments. Each department takes photos, and then stashes them all over the available network shares, such that they know where any given photo is. What we need is some company-wide means of organizing these assets in an intuitively searchable way. Suggestions? [more inside]
Do I refrigerate a bakery bought pie for tomorrow? [more inside]
Upgrading (hacking) a 40 GB Maxtor 3000LE USB external drive? [more inside]