What’s the rationale that drives a designer to do something like this?
What’s that, BTW, a printer?
I’m not quite sure I made my point here: We have a strangely angled opening for ventilation ‘covered’ by a non-angled protective bit. This just looks broken to me.
And, yes, it’s a printer (HP something, nice and small).
Sven, my point is that if was broken by design then the designer must have thought to “add something” to it.
Received data seems to be invalid. The wanted file does probably not exist or the guys at last.fm changed something.