LCD hacks

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Several years ago, as a freshman in college, I picked up an old (for back then)400MHz Thinkpad. It became the victim of all manner of hacks. The keyboard was modified to something non-qwerty, which completely broke vim keys and had me exploring other editors. The hard drive was replaced with a 2GB compact flash card. This was before you could buy real laptop CF-IDE adapters. It was for industrial computers, and while there was a laptop IDE connector, the form factor did not match a laptop drive. A single afternoon with the dremel made it fit, but to this day it needs a wedge jammed under the drive to keep the connector from coming loose.

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