I realized that there wasn't any 'game' topic. So here's one idea: guess what it is. Someone submits a picture, and during 24 hours, people should try to guess what is on the picture. If someone guesses, then that someone should submit the next picture, and so on. If no one guesses after 24 hours, the first one who tried to answer should submit the next picture. A clue can be given when required after some time.
There isn't necessarily a theme, also the trend seems to be technology related, but it doesn't mean it's mandatory. The photo can be photoshoped to remove any logo/marking that would make the guessing part more of a reading part. The picture can be a whole 'thing' or just a (significant enough) part of it... it's all up to you. But keep in mind your goal isn't that no one guess ever.
Edit: I forgot, always keep it safe for work please.
@CROM: Hey, these things don't get damaged, you can drop them on concrete from as high as you want, the only thing you'll accomplish is cracking the concrete. I remember when I was a kind, when I'd go to my grandma', as she had this typewriter, I like to use it. The motion of the... little stamp-thingies (don't know what it's called), and the finished result, the paper with all those letter, plus the horrible font (that I actually use in Mac OS X terminal: American typewriter, in green and black background), and the mark left in the paper too. I always used computers, ever since I was a kid (and I could have imagined what it was going to become...), but the typewriter had a special spot in my hearth.
Edit: If 24hours after my post (the stating that I give up my turn) chaser didn't come back, I'll give my turn to tobygw.
@Greg818: It was a Linksys WRT54G, which yes it uses that transceiver and does in fact have a 5 port switch. I guess I pretty much knew that people would start looking up datasheets and could get pretty close, but I went with it anyway.
@chaser324: I feel like, at some point, everybody has had this one. How long have you had this one? I kept mine less than two years before a transistor burnt (I'm a transistor burner). But, CROM said it was a pretty reliable one...