|hatever you call them – flash drives, thumb drives, USB drives, USB storage devices, etc. – surely you agree these gadgets are the neatest thing since the packaging of cheese stuffed pretzels. Okay, so perhaps more aptly,‘the best thing since’ mainstream production of the PDA--(How did folks live pre-PDA?). Like the PDA these handy USB drives have become indispensable friends. My first USB drive was a 256k device. Oh what a smug feeling, going to business meetings and appointments knowing that all the essential data and presentations needed to wow my audience were on my handy little USB stick. This lifeline so easily fit in my pocket, wallet, PDA case—and upon occasion even my sock.||
|grew far too comfortable with my USB drive! Even though the cap was now lost on my dear friend, I still casually tossed it in my pocket, purse, etc. Imagine if you will, the trauma--no exaggeration, the trauma—of one day finding my device inoperable! My computer would not recognize it. I hoped the problem was my pc, not my flash drive. Yes, at that moment, the info on my usb drive was more valuable to me than the pc! With a prayer I tried it on a couple of other computers… to no avail. Devastated by the possibility of having lost a plethora of valuable data, I contacted the manufacturer. They informed me that since the device was being used sans cap it had probably accumulated dust and grime causing it to malfunction. To their credit they were kind enough to retrieve my data off of my drive and replaced it with a new one—charging me shipping only. I requested extra caps for my new drive, since keeping up with them was proving to be problematic. They did not have caps only. Yep, I eventually lost that cap too. I was obliged to just buy another device. By this time I owned several USB drives--all of which were going topless.|
|ut now, knowing the perils of trapped dust and debris—I set out to find replacement caps. A frantic search of large retail pc stores, electronic stores, online stores, etc. all met with no success. It was a chance encounter with a sales clerk at a major computer store that prompted me to decisive action. When I inquired about replacement caps for USB drives –he said “they are pretty inexpensive to buy now-–you would be better off just getting a new one.” I didn’t want a new one! I wanted to protect my existing one. I did however, want to choke him. But alas, he said something that made a profound impression. In slight annoyance with me... he rolled his eyes up and sarcastically said “Yeah, well good luck finding those—nobody makes them.”|
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