here's my set-up so far...


chibianh

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heh.. i wish i had a monitor like that, then my setup would look like yours! w00t! except mine would be a lot messier
 

gotohamish

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Here's mine...

G4 500, 1.5GM RAM, 250GM HDD, DVDRW, Analog Video In
Sony X72 17" TFT (400:1 Contrast)
PowerBook G4 500, 768MB RAM, 20MB HD.
All Jaguar, all fired up.



PS, Zoolander on the 35" TV... oops!
 

Mr. Anderson

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Is that poster on the wall your own work? Pretty cool stuff regardless.

Here's my old set up - I've moved up stairs out of the basement, but not fully complete, so I don't have a pic yet.

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AssassinOfGates

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A cardboard box.
I dare not show my workstation, it looks lite a corner of hell. I will say this. My desk has a 13" tv, a dual 867, a "Samtron" 17" flat crt that makes a whiney noise when in 640*480, 500 MHz pismo, creature speakers, a EyeTV, plasma ball and lava lamp, and a bunch of cds. Also in the house is a Mac Classic, LC, LC 475, PowerMac 7500, g4 500 dual, rev b imac, and a 1GHz tiBook.
 

scem0

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Jul 16, 2002
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back in NYC!
THere was a setup contest at spymac that you should all check out.

There were some really awesome and intesting setups.
 

gotohamish

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Originally posted by scem0
THere was a setup contest at spymac that you should all check out.

There were some really awesome and intesting setups.
Spymac? Who? hehehehehe:D
 

makkystyle

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my setup only needs to be setup! :D Just a few days till i get home to my Ti and pics will follow.

P.S. how common is the name hamish? I knew one here in dublin.
 

gotohamish

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Originally posted by Durandal7

I know a guy named Hamish who lives out in CA.
Believe it or not I've been called Hamish all my life! :D

It's Scottish (my dad was from Edinburgh) - hence my name, but it's the Scottish translation od the Irish Seamus, and also translates from the English 'James'.

I like it!