Trashed laptops: When bad things happen to (mostly...
<h2>Executive Privilege </h2><br><br>This Dell Latitude D500 didn't kowtow to the boss--and paid the ultimate price. The demolition job "was the work of an executive at our company who was angry that the computer was so slow. He angrily swept it off his desk and into the wall," writes [[xref:http://www.flickr.com/photos/patrickm/34640903/|Patrick Maloney|Patrick Maloney]] of Ventura, California. Two words: anger management.
Trashed laptops: When bad things happen to (mostly) good PCs