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Mar 17, 2004, 12:21 AM
 
My turn!

1 GHz Ti Superdrive, Apple 20" Cinema Display, Canon i950, Airport Extreme Base Station, 30 GB iPod, iSight, gray JBL Creature Speakers II, Apple Keyboard, Kensington Pilot Pro Optical. Not pictured La Cie 200 GB triple interface external HD, Belkin BT, Grado SR 60's and a bunch of "bag related" stuff from Waterfield Designs... sfbags.com; This setup should hold me over until a G5 Powerbook is released!

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Mar 17, 2004, 02:32 AM
 
Nice and tidy setup. But that's no Apple Pro Keyboard...
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Mar 17, 2004, 04:46 AM
 
Thanks! I guess I got a little carried away... I could have sworn the box said pro... oh well, changes made... all better!
     
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[Where did you get that printer stand?
I have the Canon i950 printer as well.
     
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Mar 17, 2004, 11:04 AM
 
It's a Metal Art Jr. by Allsop. I picked it up yesterday from Staples for $20.

Out of the box my Ti fit, but was fairly tight. I actually had to put a bit of pressure on the back to get it to sit properly. I bent the legs out slightly and this resolved the fit problem. Unfortunately the head phone jack was not accessible because the metal leg obstructed it. I propped the back up on an eraser until I can go buy a Podium Pad to raise the entire Powerbook up.

Without something like the Podium Pad or possibly some other sort of stand I don't think this rack would work for a 15" AL. The fact that it is slightly wider and the location of the ports would prevent it from sitting properly between the legs.

The i950 hangs off about a half inch on each side, other than that it works perfectly.

All in all it was exactly what I was looking for!
     
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Mar 18, 2004, 10:46 PM
 
I figured my first post on this forum with my new toy should be in this thread. Here is my setup pic. I have a 12" Powerbook purchased 2 weeks ago. It and the keyboard are the sexiest things on my desk (besides my Samsung monitors).Pictures are here
     
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Mar 21, 2004, 12:31 PM
 
I've been enjoying this thread for a little while, so here's my setup.




And for good measure my cube



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PB Large

Cube Large




The picture on the PB is of me and my fiancé - I proposed to her on Valentines day.


And she said YES!!

Mike
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Deskmosphere Spirit Captures. : )
Hey, in the second picture, where did you get that rad wallpaper?
     
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Originally posted by Maflynn:
The picture on the PB is of me and my fiancé - I proposed to her on Valentines day.


And she said YES!!

Mike
Congrats!
     
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Mar 22, 2004, 07:02 AM
 
Originally posted by saranwarp:
Congrats!
Thanks, and she puts up with my Mac obession


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Mar 22, 2004, 08:28 AM
 
Originally posted by Maflynn:
Thanks, and she puts up with my Mac obession
That's a keeper :-P
     
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Mar 25, 2004, 04:52 PM
 
I hate going to the second page of the forum to look for my fav thread nice setups i have seen, getting jealous of the minimalist look may have to revamp...
"It's nice to be important but it's more important to be nice!"

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Mar 25, 2004, 05:50 PM
 
Originally posted by dabigdawg:
I hate going to the second page of the forum to look for my fav thread nice setups i have seen, getting jealous of the minimalist look may have to revamp...
Couldn't agree with you more. I'm looking to some more of those minimalist setups that just knock my socks off. Keep it coming people.
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My messy computer setup while moving!

http://www.snapfish.com/thumbnailsha...756/t_=9234457
     
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Mar 25, 2004, 10:47 PM
 
Originally posted by romeosc:
My messy computer setup while moving!

http://www.snapfish.com/thumbnailsha...756/t_=9234457
No go...
     
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Originally posted by macgyvr64:
No go...

Yeah, but almost set up in new house after 6 months of remodeling.... will update pictures soon.

42" monitor is great from recliner!
     
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Mar 26, 2004, 10:41 AM
 
Originally posted by romeosc:
Yeah, but almost set up in new house after 6 months of remodeling.... will update pictures soon.

42" monitor is great from recliner!
He means we can't access it. Asks for your username/password.
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His pictures are in my post above :-P
     
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Mar 26, 2004, 02:38 PM
 
Originally posted by macgyvr64:
His pictures are in my post above :-P

Thanks for hosting pictures for me!
     
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Mar 26, 2004, 05:57 PM
 
Originally posted by romeosc:
Thanks for hosting pictures for me!
Here's the next one...that flat display is excellent.
P1010417.JPG
     
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Mar 28, 2004, 01:51 AM
 
Here's my latest setup...

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Mar 28, 2004, 03:47 AM
 
Originally posted by macgyvr64:
Here's the next one...that flat display is excellent.
P1010417.JPG
DUDE! That setup kicks so much butt it's not even funny.

Hey! *grins* you have an ole' canon like I do. Still using it for faxes? heheh. I miss those days. (albeit I still have and use mine at times)..

Hrmm now if only I could get a good laptop
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Mar 28, 2004, 03:55 AM
 
Yeah, it does kick ass. But I noticed that the aspect ratio seems to be wrong.

Any way of correcting it?
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Mar 28, 2004, 09:07 AM
 
Nothing much to see here, just your everyday TiBook ... picture taken with Nokia 6600 (sorry).

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I only use the old cannon fax to send. I receive faxes by efax.

The aspect ratio can be adjusted, I am looking for a good bluetooth keyboard with trackpad to be able to use from recliner. I use airport to connect to old G4 desktop, HP 5050 printer and internet.

I am still setting up after the move. (wires still need to be hidden in grout joints of fireplace.
     
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Bumping the thread...
"It's nice to be important but it's more important to be nice!"

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Apr 1, 2004, 12:40 PM
 
Originally posted by filmmaker2002:
Here's my latest setup...

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Hey I have the same desk. Where did you get that shelf and file rack under the left side of your desk ?
     
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12 inch powerbook, and xp pro desktop. Yes i use a apple keyboard on my desktop

C2D Blackbook Week 44
     
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Apr 3, 2004, 02:10 AM
 
Originally posted by romeosc:
I only use the old cannon fax to send. I receive faxes by efax.

The aspect ratio can be adjusted, I am looking for a good bluetooth keyboard with trackpad to be able to use from recliner. I use airport to connect to old G4 desktop, HP 5050 printer and internet.

I am still setting up after the move. (wires still need to be hidden in grout joints of fireplace.
Heheh. that's exactly what I do

Eep. GROUT JOINTS?! Dude um.. ok... um... whatever.

I think it's going to be another month or two until you see me rolling out a pict of my NEW powerbook *drool* I can hardly wait.. FINALLY!
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Originally posted by Link:
Heheh. that's exactly what I do

Eep. GROUT JOINTS?! Dude um.. ok... um... whatever.

I think it's going to be another month or two until you see me rolling out a pict of my NEW powerbook *drool* I can hardly wait.. FINALLY!
That picture was taken before I put VGA cable into mortor joints, the vga cable now is where the black cable on the right

http://homepage.mac.com/macgyvr64/P1010417.JPG
     
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An update to my PowerBook setup.
     
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My 12" PowerBook Rev. A next to my Shuttle XPC.



PB Specs: G4 867MHz, 640MB RAM, 60GB HDD, AE, SD, Panther.
XPC Specs: Athlon XP 1800+, 768MB RAM, 60GB HDD, DVD-R, WinXP.
     
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Originally posted by macgyvr64:
Here's the next one...that flat display is excellent.
P1010417.JPG
At least your priorities are straight. The flat screen is mounted - everything else is in boxes or empty.
     
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Originally posted by velodev:
At least your priorities are straight. The flat screen is mounted - everything else is in boxes or empty.
lol so true, so true. First thing that got set up upon moving into my 1st apartment was in the following order: cable modem, wireless AP/router, powerbook

just wish i had a flatscreen to put up too . maybe one day...
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Originally posted by stevek:
lol so true, so true. First thing that got set up upon moving into my 1st apartment was in the following order: cable modem, wireless AP/router, powerbook

just wish i had a flatscreen to put up too . maybe one day...
Yeah!
1st. hooked up Roadrunner
2nd wireless hub and computer room
3rd Direct TV, Tivo, DVD, etc.

4th UNPACK CLOTHES!

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Love everyone's desktop. Especially desktop's that have both Mac's and PC's!!

If you have the time, please visit my website which displays people's Desktops, similiar to this thread, called the True Desktop Project.

http://desktopproject.com

There also is a discussion between MAC -vs- PC, available here.

This forumn has been added to my favorites!! Thanks everyone!!
     
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Originally posted by tdp:
There also is a discussion between MAC -vs- PC, available here.
The level of stupidity contained within that discussion is almost unthinkable.

And I thought Slashdot was bad...
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I must agree with good ole' PowerMacMan, as the amount of spelling, gramathical, and who knows what other type of funky errors on that damn page, are sickening.
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Originally posted by Link:
I must agree with good ole' PowerMacMan, as the amount of spelling, gramathical, and who knows what other type of funky errors on that damn page, are sickening.
     
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my setup:
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17 inch studio dispay crt
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and will recieve my new apple pro speaker in a day or two.


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Originally posted by saranwarp:
Relax! There's a difference between knowing you're making a mistake and not knowing ^_^
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Originally posted by Maflynn:
Thanks, and she puts up with my Mac obession


Mike

And we your Bush/Cheney obsession.

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my powerbook
     
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Well finally cleared up some of the mess to make room for the new rig:


15" Apple PowerBook G4, 1GHz, 1GB RAM, AP Extreme
Apple iSight
Griffin PowerMate
3G 15GB iPod
Monsoon M700 speakers
Wacom Graphire 2 tablet
Apple Bluetooth keyboard & mouse
Epson Perfection 1200U scanner
Canon CP-200 dye-sub photo printer

(not in picture - Sony 4X DVD-R/RW/+R/RW firewire burner, Maxtor 60GB external firewire HDD, Lexar Media CF firewire reader, Sony Ericsson T610)

Photo taken with Canon Powershot A80

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Originally posted by dabigdawg:
Bumping the thread...
What about having it made a sticky? 564 posts can't be wrong...
     
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im trying to host a picture, with no luck. does anyone else have trouble with the finders FTP?
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Originally posted by rag on a muffin:
im trying to host a picture, with no luck. does anyone else have trouble with the finders FTP?
Last time I tried, Finder threats any FTP share as write protected. A third party FTP app will do the trick for uploading your picture.

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powerbook 12" 867 combo 60 gig hd
d.link wireless router
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and "fake" pro keyboard


     
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...and "fake" pro keyboard

Thanks for the honesty. We should petition for this thread to become a sticky!
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