On the Refresh Austin mailing list, Paul asked a really good question – what to do with old Flash Memory cards that are small compared to today’s needs. Often these are just thrown in a drawer, box or backpack and forgotten about, but Paul wanted to find a use for them instead of letting them go to waste.
Mark recommended buying some cheap adapters and turning them into thumb drives, which you can then keep in various locations like the office and home for those “just in case” moments. That’s a damn useful idea in my book.
Something else to think about are digital picture frames. Most models come with the ability to extend their built-in memory via SD or CF, so they can be very useful for quite a long while.
Any other ideas out there?