This is my big old server, a Compaq Proliant 5500 which I got for £20 on Ebay. It's nothing special, currently a dual Pentium Pro 200mhz with 640mb RAM and a couple of SCSI arrays. However, to make it look more interesting I dismantled the drive trays and put blue LEDs inside, followed by a blue cold cathode inside the vent. This image is slightly out of date as I also replaced the power LED with a blue one. Now I'm just working out what I can do to get rid of that nasty green display.
It's just my DOT. Not unlike any other DOT, this DOT has special meaning and purpose for its owner, Vantage Point.
You might notice that this is the special touchable DOT, not to be confused with the untouchable DOT, and, as such, is always within reach.
So, whenever you feel you need or want more, just reach out and touch the DOT.
NOTE: The touchable DOT is the predecessor to the connectable DOT. Although the touchable DOT and the connectable DOT remain compatible and complementary, under certain circumstances, they shall remain exclusive.