Part of the motivation is I met someone at Baycon who reminded me of a long-time friend with the same name, and somewhere in that bookcase collection is the color print which popped into my mind's eye as soon as I met this person at Baycon. On top of the bookcase, which I could have reached without having done the clearing, is a series of 11x14 B&W portraits I did of the friend for her high school yearbook picture in 1974, but I didn't bother to pull those out because the one I took of her at a reunion in Utah in the early 90's is a closer match, I think, to the person at Baycon. It may not be the image as much as the personality the photo conveys.
About a year ago I bought a labelmaker which attaches to the computer with a USB cable, for the purpose of labeling all my photo albums and the wiring from my A/V equipment to my PC. I had labeled the albums many years ago, but used address labels, which are now falling off because the adhesive has dried up. I never labeled my wires because they change every couple of months.
I'm not very good at routinely doing That Which Needs To Be Done. Just one more reason I'm still single.
The biggest box was the one my 19-inch flat screen monitor came in. Inside it was my old 17-inch flat screen, which I would like to sell, but don't want to ship. And I may have a use for it later. There was also the box for the new printer I got just before Baycon so I could print directly on DVDs. It also does excellent photo printing and is also okay for plain paper print-outs. Inside that box was the small Canon printer I replaced. That's another item I want to sell, maybe I'll put it up on eBay - won't get much for it, though. And there's a DVD ROM combo drive, too. The PCI wireless card and antenna are still on the floor, I'll chuck them into my used parts box because I know I'll need them again sometime.