Today, I went on an adventure into the deepest, darkest reaches of the cupboards. Cupboards I have formerly only glanced into since my arrival, or only ventured far enough in to rescue the most obvious treasure.
In a small cardboard box at the back of one cupboard, I found an upgrade for one of our oldest laser printers. It was a JetDirect card, which turns the printer into a network printer.
According to the shipping label, the school bought it in 2006.
It was still sealed in the box.
I am now the proud administrator of a nearly decrepit (but newly network-attached) HP Color LaserJet 4500.