Congrats!osiris315 said:I'm with you on this iGary. My Dual 2.3 turned up last night!
I'm leaving work two hours early to get to work on it. Have to stop by Home Depot for lots of cable ties and cable tie mounts, though.Jaffa Cake said:You do realise that we're all going to feel very, very let down if you don't post a pic or two when you've got it all set up.
The damn desk won't fit. The new displays actually leave more room, but I'm going to IKEA on Saturday to check out my options. It'll be crowded and tight in my little den office for a couple of months until I get my own office space.powermac666 said:A nicely appropriate 'tar you have affected for the new arrival, iGary.
Weren't you also considering getting a nice new desk to go with your new baby? Not that the current set-up is tough to take, but those dual monitors might not leave enough room for the laptop stand and all those iPod docks.
Hrmmm maybe I SHOULD split the name...mad jew said:I think you should try stacking the displays on top of each other. It'll save you heaps of space but it might take some time to get the balance right.
So is Mackenzie going to be a Bastille baby? I always get confused with the different time zones. Also, should it be spelt MacKenzie? or even Mac Kenzie?
Leaving in 40 minutes to take her home.wdlove said:You got me again iGary. I was questioning the title, but wasn't sure. Certainly would call the arrival of a dual 2.7 G5 a blessed event. Will be anxious to hear how the actual arrival turns out.
hi osiris,osiris315 said:I'm with you on this iGary. My Dual 2.3 turned up last night!
Thanks, mkrishnan!mkrishnan said:This thread has made me realize how loud my biological erm... technological clock is ticking! I'm not a spring chicken anymore, you know!
Gary, I hope this new addition to your family brings you and your partner many years of happiness. Cherish those moments, from its first teetering boot-up, to the day when it runs PS/CS faster than it's old man ever could, till the day when, running Leopard, it starts to teach you some tricks you never even thought of. Each of those moments is a precious diamond, which may seem only uncut and unpolished today, but will sparkle for many years to come.