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Don’t forget your USB stick [an easy solution to this problem]

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Case for reading glasses with attached USB stick

I just want to share this clever device which can save you from losing your USB stick with your personal data on it.

Let me explain how this works as a DATA SECURITY SET.

My colleague’s eyes are too old to read the computer screen without reading glasses.
His reading glasses are in a case. When he start working on a computer he takes off his normal glasses, puts on his reading glasses and puts his normal glasses into the case.

He drilled two small holes in his glasses case, put a string through the holes and attached his USB stick to this string. The string is long enough to put the USB stick into the computer to work with it and to keep the glasses case on the desk.

When he’s through working on the computer, he takes off his reading glasses and put on his normal glasses. At that instant the case with the string remind him to take the USB stick out of the computer.

Should he however forget to take off his reading glasses and walk away with them still on (leaving the USB stick in the computer), he won’t see a thing because the reading glasses have the wrong prescription. Thus, he will be reminded immediately to go back to his case with his normal glasses. There of course, the string on the glasses case will remind him to take his USB stick out of the computer.

I love this simple and effective way to prevent forgetting your USB stick.

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