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  Reply # 166979 25-Sep-2008 10:07
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Right,
my desk at work, right now:

My desk, at work!


Eh, a bit messy, but there it goes.

Debian linux on the left two monitors, mac osx on the right, eeepc for mobile haxing, and that shuttle pc is currently a vserver host for someone overseas :/


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  Reply # 167004 25-Sep-2008 11:15
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My workdesk. You can see some of my tools for phone repairs are there. And some phones I'm repairing at the moment. :D

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 167153 25-Sep-2008 19:16
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A crappy pic of my side of the room but it needs a tidy:

http://img507.imageshack.us/my.php?image=img2838640x480fr9.jpg



having hassles with image insertion

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  Reply # 167161 25-Sep-2008 20:26
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  Reply # 167263 26-Sep-2008 09:18
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Here's my office from a previous job.

http://www.gillesvidal.com/blogpano/cockpit1.htm

Its clean and tidy too - in contrast to many of the pics posted here.

Laptop around the back there, and there's a couple of keyboards either side of the CCTV screen in the middle.

Quite a gaming theme too - highly accurate controls duplication.

What do you think? I registered just to show you this... was it worthwhile?

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  Reply # 167264 26-Sep-2008 09:21
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I registered just to show you this... was it worthwhile?


No,

LEAVE WHILE YOU STILL CAN!!!




Incorrect speling should be punnished!!!

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  Reply # 167268 26-Sep-2008 09:27
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Criggie: Here's my office from a previous job.
http://www.gillesvidal.com/blogpano/cockpit1.htm

Its clean and tidy too - in contrast to many of the pics posted here.
Laptop around the back there, and there's a couple of keyboards either side of the CCTV screen in the middle.
Quite a gaming theme too - highly accurate controls duplication.
What do you think? I registered just to show you this... was it worthwhile?


Must have been a very recent job




Hmmmm

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  Reply # 168842 3-Oct-2008 16:48
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nate: 

Are those Cambridge Soundworks speakers on your desk? If they are, I thought I was the only person in the country with these very old speakers Smile

No - I have the same 4.1 Cambridge Soundworks set here too. Been excellent - though finally after all these years I think they had one hammering too many 

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  Reply # 190420 18-Jan-2009 19:37
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Because I'm bored, here's my setup at home (work setup is very similar)



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Aastra 57iCT (cordless phone not shown, remote extension to work's VoIP PBX), Microsoft ergonomic keyboard, Philips 22" widescreen, BlueAnt bluetooth speaker (donated by cisconz from Geekzone Pizza evening Hawkes Bay), Seagate 1TB USB hard-drive (backups), 8 port USB hub, HP EliteBook 6930p (with docking station), photo taken with my Nokia E71.

There I did it.  Feel so dirty right now...

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  Reply # 190430 18-Jan-2009 21:07
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Heres my current desk at home. My old PC running an Ubuntu live CD at the time of pic with an Acer AL1716, my Sammy 22" 2232BW and my Baby... ie my Macbook Pro 15" 2.53GHz :)

Altec Lansing Speakers connected via Airport express, MacAlly USB2/FW800 ext Hdd with 500gb, Logitech G15 keyboard and MS Wireless mouse. Dodgy Warehouse lamp rofl. Pic taken on my Panasonic Lumix FZ-30.


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  Reply # 190440 18-Jan-2009 22:26
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I have a simliar setup as well. Do you use synergy for linux/mac computers?






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  Reply # 190454 18-Jan-2009 23:59
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STI: I have a simliar setup as well. Do you use synergy for linux/mac computers?

Normally the desktop runs XP, and i use synergy with that and the mac. What do you call that? THey.. Synergise? They are... SYnergetic??? rofl.

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  Reply # 190502 19-Jan-2009 12:22
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mushion, why do you have a mirror next to your big display? :P

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  Reply # 190503 19-Jan-2009 12:26
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Fossie: mushion, why do you have a mirror next to your big display? :P

Its important for mac users to be able to see themselves at all times to confirm their unilateral superiority...

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