Post Your Mac Setup: Past & Present! (Part 8)

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    BuddyRockefella

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    Mod Note: Here is a list of the previous threads
    Post Your Mac Setup: Past & Present
    Post Your Mac Setup: Past & Present (Part 2)
    Post Your Mac Setup: Past & Present (Part 3)
    Post Your Mac Setup: Past & Present (Part 4)
    Post Your Mac Setup: Past & Present (Part 5)
    Post Your Mac Setup: Past & Present (Part 6)
    Post Your Mac Setup: Past & Present (Part 7)
    Post Your Mac Setup: Past & Present (Part 8) <- This thread

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    P.S That clock screensaver is Fliqlo
    PP.S. The time and date / weather on the desktop thing is most probably GeekTool <- examples and instructions.


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    where that desk from
     
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    fleshman03

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    I have that same stand for my MBP. I actually really love it. My only problem is operating the SuperDrive and Remote at the same time. The two little black things that stick up need to cover one.
     
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    Still using this iBook G4 at work... typing on it now. We sold my old iBook G4 to a friend and then I took my wife's iBook G4 and gave her my MacBook. Yea I know I got the short end of that stick, but I also got a new iMac out of the deal :D

    Then I built a Hackintosh and made the iMac unofficially the wife's.
     
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    I love my iMac to bits but if I knew when I bought it what I know now - I would have got a macbook :D

    I don't really need one ie I don't travel or go out much but so often I sit down stairs watching tv and want to do some work or your check my email and I want to use my Mac which is upstairs. I thought the windows laptop downstairs would do the job but windows just doesn't cut for me any more :eek:

    Maybe a macbook air would do the job - I may have to treat myself when budget allows but boy I want an more portable option now ;) I guess both is the best of all worlds but it seems sometimes a bit OTT if you know what I mean :eek:
     
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    I have two of those stands (used to have two laptops). They're OK but I wish I had bought the LX stand instead. IMO these NeoFlex stands cheapen the Ergotron name. On the other hand, they were cheap--I got them both for $60 ($30/ea).

    I guess if you slide the laptop "too far" to the right both the remote & the optical are exposed--I never use either one of them, so I guess I hadn't noticed that.
     
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    IKEA.
     
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    I've updated the mod note at the top of this thread with details of Fliqio and GeekTool, will make finding those links when people ask that much quicker. :D
     
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    I will be going out this weekend to pick up the Galant set from Ikea, the L shaped desk with the curve extension and the doider lights. I will post pics then, I'm so excited.
     
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    HazRutter

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    This the ikea in the US yeah?
     
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    waiting on new aluminium macbook

    Hoping to get aluminum macbook for my birthday (not featued ipod shuffle g1)
    oh and does anyone know what is the one time developer discount want to buy a apple tv with the money I save:D
     

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    Thanks so much! That will make things SO MUCH EASIER!
     
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    [​IMG]

    Not Shown another 5d II, Another 1d III and 400 IS & 200 IS

    BTW taken W/ a G10 a great little camera!
     
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    MattZani

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    Nice Collection Of Lenses and Bodies! :eek:

    Here's my iMac G3 600Mhz Running Tiger.

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    tMac85

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    yeahh yet another thread.

    im going to be re-posting mine soon. havent since i got my new macbook and phone.:D
     
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    Hvae a 17-40mm there you wanna get rid of? :cool:
     
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    9920 x 1600 desktop

    Today I set-up my 2nd 30" monitor. I now have 9920 x 1600 on my Mac Pro; I have a dual-link DVI KVM to switch the middle 30" with the MacBook Pro. I originally ordered the 2nd 30" for the MacBook Pro, no KVM planned, but I thought I'd give it a shot and see how I liked having a 9920 x 1600 desktop, as well as not needing a 2nd keyboard/mouse.

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    I am not quite sure if I will keep it like this or split the systems back up and bring back a 24" or 19" for the 6 monitor system. 108" of monitor width is really wide, but I do enjoy having more than 1 non-portrait screen. It will take a few weeks to sort out.

    Most (All?) of your questions are answered in the FAQ in my signature. I write software.
     
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    Chandler Adaway

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    Here's my setup....

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    i just bought those lamps :D all i need is a nice desk now
     
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    dontwalkhand

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    Two Mac Minis?
     
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    Gotta have two, one to play with and destroy while learning, and the other to act as my web-server for some local business that I host for.
     
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    Looks awesome man!they are all attached to your Mac Pro?
     
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    MattyK

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    Add another one to the lamp list.
    SO many people have those lamps :p

    Loving the Flash lamps :D
     
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