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Old Mar 22, 2009, 05:03 PM   #76
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Been working on Organic Chemistry(the big book) and about to have to start on American Literature (book on the far right)

Got the 20" Dell which is currently connected only to my PS3. And I am going to buy a 24" LED Cinema Display tomorrow to use with my UMBP. I don't like the quality of that particular Dell monitor because it looks like crap sitting next to my UMBP. Henceforth I am going to get the LED display.

I will take another pic tomorrow and post it after I get my LED Cinema Display set up.

Other than that this is how my desk normally looks.
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Old Mar 22, 2009, 06:07 PM   #77
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Thisis a little old...

Thumb resize.

It looks MUCH better now though!!!

Beside more junk on the desk I have the new aluminum flat keyboard!
Hey, where did you get that dock? I want it.

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Old Mar 22, 2009, 06:16 PM   #78
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This is on a good day.

This is the view out the window today...there was a pretty bad winter storm last night.
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Old Mar 22, 2009, 10:49 PM   #79
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Been working on Organic Chemistry(the big book) and about to have to start on American Literature (book on the far right)

Got the 20" Dell which is currently connected only to my PS3. And I am going to buy a 24" LED Cinema Display tomorrow to use with my UMBP. I don't like the quality of that particular Dell monitor because it looks like crap sitting next to my UMBP. Henceforth I am going to get the LED display.

I will take another pic tomorrow and post it after I get my LED Cinema Display set up.

Other than that this is how my desk normally looks.
Nice modern desk.
I wish my college had desks like that.
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Old Mar 23, 2009, 03:03 AM   #80
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Nice modern desk.
I wish my college had desks like that.
Oh trust me this modern desk comes at a nice price. lol This apartment cost me twice as much as a dorm per quarter and the dorm i was staying in was really nice for a dorm of course.

But yeah this desk is nice and open compared to the built-in recessed desks in the dorms. Which is y i am just now getting my LED display (i just moved in here a week ago)

Thanks for the comment though.

P.S.-I just realized that the pic on the screen of my MBP is a pic I posted on this site yesterday. lol
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Old Mar 23, 2009, 03:42 AM   #81
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P.S.-I just realized that the pic on the screen of my MBP is a pic I posted on this site yesterday. lol
And I just realized you're using a wallpaper I posted a few days ago :P
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Old Mar 23, 2009, 08:14 AM   #82
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Oh trust me this modern desk comes at a nice price. lol This apartment cost me twice as much as a dorm per quarter and the dorm i was staying in was really nice for a dorm of course.

But yeah this desk is nice and open compared to the built-in recessed desks in the dorms. Which is y i am just now getting my LED display (i just moved in here a week ago)

Thanks for the comment though.

P.S.-I just realized that the pic on the screen of my MBP is a pic I posted on this site yesterday. lol
Oh, that makes sense then. I live in the dorms but my desk isn't the typical built-in recessed type. Everything in my room (i.e. bed, desk and closet) are movable so that makes things easier. I really just envy the pull-out part of your desk and the overall look. Ahhh well, I graduate Spring 2010 so this is only temporary
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Old Mar 23, 2009, 09:10 AM   #83
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Because some of us work for a living & blowing **** up on a daily basis kicks the arse out of anything else.


Photo taken, Broken Hill NBHC mine, NSW, Australia August, 2008
21Level, 2Lense, 52-uphole stope.

Or doing ladder-way inspections:

Photo Taken, Broken Hill North Mine, NSW, Australia, August, 2008.
9-8L escape way ladder way inspection
yep that's 50m down 500m down

Weekly Shaft inspection. Standing on-top of the man cage, no safety rails (you've got a harness though.)

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Haulage Shaft inspection. That shaft is 1100m deep, air velocity down ~8metres per second, so it's either very hot or very cold, but never pleasant. And yes that runner is bent, we had to replace it

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Old Mar 23, 2009, 09:35 AM   #84
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And I just realized you're using a wallpaper I posted a few days ago :P
Yeah I liked it a lot! I truly shows off the beauty of the screen with the vibrant colors. Thanks for posting it.
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Old Mar 23, 2009, 01:04 PM   #85
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Because some of us work for a living & blowing **** up on a daily basis kicks the arse out of anything else.

[IMG]snip[/IMG]
Photo taken, Broken Hill NBHC mine, NSW, Australia August, 2008
21Level, 2Lense, 52-uphole stope.

Or doing ladder-way inspections:
[IMG]snippy[/IMG]
Photo Taken, Broken Hill North Mine, NSW, Australia, August, 2008.
9-8L escape way ladder way inspection
yep that's 50m down 500m down

Weekly Shaft inspection. Standing on-top of the man cage, no safety rails (you've got a harness though.)
[IMG]little bit more snipping[/IMG]
Photo taken, Broken Hill SouthernCross mine, NSW, Australia September, 2008
Haulage Shaft inspection. That shaft is 1100m deep, air velocity down ~8metres per second, so it's either very hot or very cold, but never pleasant. And yes that runner is bent, we had to replace it

Jimmy.

Well someone has to mine the lead to put into computer solider
damn, that's a deep hole!! very cool pictures though!
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Old Mar 23, 2009, 01:42 PM   #86
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Old Mar 23, 2009, 03:09 PM   #87
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Ok, I'll play.
Much cleaner than usual actually.
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Old Mar 23, 2009, 04:14 PM   #88
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Ok, I'll play.
Much cleaner than usual actually.
what do you do for a living? im assuming a designer of some kind. probably graphic with the tablet, and printer there...

what speakers are those? and how do you like your HP server?
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Old Mar 23, 2009, 04:29 PM   #89
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what do you do for a living? im assuming a designer of some kind. probably graphic with the tablet, and printer there...

what speakers are those? and how do you like your HP server?
Nope, commercial / editorial photographer.

They're M-Audio BX5's, and that's actually a 4 bay, hot-swappable, e-Sata enclosure.
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Nope, commercial / editorial photographer.

They're M-Audio BX5's, and that's actually a 4 bay, hot-swappable, e-Sata enclosure.
so its not this?

http://www.shopping.hp.com/store/pro...l_products_PDP

and thank you

EDIT: clearly isnt.

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Old Mar 23, 2009, 05:21 PM   #91
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so its not this?

http://www.shopping.hp.com/store/pro...l_products_PDP

and thank you

EDIT: clearly isnt.
No problem....

Here's a link for ya..
http://macgurus.com/productpages/sat...tMultiEncl.php
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Been working on Organic Chemistry(the big book) and about to have to start on American Literature (book on the far right)

Got the 20" Dell which is currently connected only to my PS3. And I am going to buy a 24" LED Cinema Display tomorrow to use with my UMBP. I don't like the quality of that particular Dell monitor because it looks like crap sitting next to my UMBP. Henceforth I am going to get the LED display.

I will take another pic tomorrow and post it after I get my LED Cinema Display set up.

Other than that this is how my desk normally looks.
Man I hated Organic Chem 1 and 2. At least your'e studying it!
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Old Mar 23, 2009, 06:58 PM   #93
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Old Mar 23, 2009, 09:01 PM   #94
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O chem, I actually liked the course while I was taking it, but whenever it comes up in my current coursework I cringe...

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Old Mar 23, 2009, 09:30 PM   #95
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I love the idea of this thread as I dont buy for a second that people's setup's are as clean and spiffy as most people's are in the other thread. If they are then I think its safe to say that Apple users are far more anal than PC users, lol. Anyways I had previously posted these in that thread but they certainly belong in here much more than in there.

As I explained in that previous post, we are buliding an addition on our home that will eventually become my new computer room/office/photo studio and I had to move my computer set up into one of our storage rooms until it is finished. It was much cleaner than this when I first set it up but it has just degraded as time has gone on as I just have no room for anything. The good news is the addition on our home is in the final stages and I wont have to stay in here for much longer. My new computer room is going to be a 1000 times better and 10 times bigger.

Believe me, its much worse than it looks, lol. You cant even see my printers or my Lacie Raid as they are buried under boxes.

Thumb resize.

Thumb resize.

Thumb resize.


I even have Hard drives on the ground.

Freakin' Awesome.

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Old Mar 23, 2009, 11:59 PM   #96
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I like my desk at least a little clean:


And my work area while that computer was all confungled, I actually got a fair amount of work done hunched over this monitor on the floor


And now a few weeks later, with my desk still all messed up, I have resorted to doing most of my schoolwork on my bed on the Mac because of this:


When I see the mess that happens with building a new PC I almost want to buy an iMac....almost.
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When I see the mess that happens with building a new PC I almost want to buy an iMac....almost.
Isn't it dangerous to let all this running with no casing? I would be afraid of getting shock or burnt by it.
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mine is at this tutoring place at school.
i go there and do homework.

i really should take pics because the floor has like a massive peak with gnarly slops coming off each side. its not meant to be like that by the way. its a really really old building.
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Isn't it dangerous to let all this running with no casing? I would be afraid of getting shock or burnt by it.
Usually, it's pretty safe, as is the threat of thrashing the motherboard. The main thing that poses the greatest danger is opening up old CRT monitors. It's also not a good idea to take apart a power supply. If one of those goes, just get a new one.

For the most part, many people lose stuff if the parts (RAM, processors, video cards, but usually standoffs/screws) are not all accounted for if the machine is kept disassembled too long. It's hard to complete lose a whole motherboard or hard drive but some people make me wonder.
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Man I hated Organic Chem 1 and 2. At least your'e studying it!
Thats funny that you go to Auburn or at least I assume. A good friend of mine transfered from the college I am at (Louisiana Tech University) to Auburn for this spring semester. LOL

And the subject doesn't bother me too bad I just hate my professor!!! She sucks!!!

Oh and here are the pics of my setup now that I got my LED Cinema Display yesterday.
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