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Aug 17, 2004, 12:57 AM
 
I have got the 1000th reply. YIIIPPPEEE! Good job guys, keep those pics comin, we all love em..... 1000 1000 1000
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Aug 17, 2004, 03:56 AM
 
Originally posted by STAT:
Yeah, you four guys are squeezed in there on that Futon just a liiiiiiiiiiitle bit too tight there, buddy.


what I love about this pic is the look of the woman in the back... she is like saying ..."I've had it with these clowns... I am OUTTA HERE..."
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Aug 19, 2004, 10:05 PM
 
This thread has become so long it's unmanageable. Much like the wurstfest there on that futon. LOL. I'm out.
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Aug 19, 2004, 10:37 PM
 
yeah, and i wonder why this is not a sticky thread yet...
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Aug 19, 2004, 10:48 PM
 
Originally posted by Daracle:
Finally got my new webspace, first thing I do is put my setup on here.....pretty small to say the least but it works until I get married in sept...

http://members.shaw.ca/jonathan.sche...m/P1010007.JPG

Still trying to post pictures properly....
what is that felt piece on your keyboard? does it come with the PB?
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Aug 19, 2004, 11:25 PM
 
Updated Setup w/ Bluetooth, soon to add cinema display....
CLICK HERE
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Aug 19, 2004, 11:48 PM
 
Originally posted by Jolt21:
what is that felt piece on your keyboard? does it come with the PB?
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Aug 20, 2004, 02:36 AM
 
Originally posted by PatsPalace24:
Updated Setup w/ Bluetooth, soon to add cinema display....
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hahah...how old are you??

and did you intentionally put a picture of yourself on the screen to say hi to the boards? creative way to do it.

if not, then you're either gay for that kid or pretty conceited to set yourself as a desktop background on your computer.


some of the girls in your gallery's pretty hot.
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Aug 20, 2004, 10:31 AM
 
LOL!

I think SHE got her hair cut really short or something, that isn't a guy on the desktop!

EDIT: At least I think....
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Aug 20, 2004, 11:45 AM
 
That's not her photo on the laptop. She does have some cute pics of herself on her website though.
     
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i thought the owner of the PB is this kid pictured holding the PB on the New Powerbook gallery. it's not his?
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::: r00t ::: - 15" PBook / 1.25 GB/ 1.33Ghz
     
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Aug 20, 2004, 03:20 PM
 
Originally posted by PatsPalace24:
Updated Setup w/ Bluetooth, soon to add cinema display....
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So are you a girl?? That's funny if you're name is Pat, since everyone is having trouble determining if you're a girl or guy. Reminds me of the SNL skits.
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Aug 20, 2004, 03:25 PM
 
Yeah, this is freakin confusing. I'm pretty sure the girl with long hair in the girl pics is a girl and the kid in the PowerBook pics is a different boy. Not sure who he is though.
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Originally posted by skelotar:
http://thompsondigital.com/images/000_0058.jpg

Eat it up....
skelotar, are you in Orlando? That looks an awful lot like a Jefferson Lofts apt!
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Originally posted by Snake:
skelotar, are you in Orlando? That looks an awful lot like a Jefferson Lofts apt!
wow.... well that's definately wierd....
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Originally posted by STAT:
Yeah, this is freakin confusing. I'm pretty sure the girl with long hair in the girl pics is a girl and the kid in the PowerBook pics is a different boy. Not sure who he is though.
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Originally posted by PowerMacMan:
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Done! Thanks so much for being polite about it!
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Aug 20, 2004, 10:58 PM
 
No, I am the kid in the Powerbook setup. I am 16, probably the youngest here, but no, I am no gay or conceited, just trying to say hey to you guys. Sry, Ill change it
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Aug 20, 2004, 11:16 PM
 
Nah, screw that. Don't change anything man. But...who's the girl in the other albums?
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ya don't change anything. i was just joking with ya.
you're very lucky to have such a cool machine at such a young age.
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Aug 21, 2004, 10:20 AM
 
Originally posted by Sudogenic:
I don't normally reply to threads like these, but that is one seriously sweet setup, wiregen.

Everyone else's setups are very cool, too, but I really like what you've got there.
you don't often reply to much do you?
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Aug 21, 2004, 04:53 PM
 
yeah dont change anything, we didnt mean anything by it

I agree, i wish i had a powerbook at your age!
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Originally posted by STAT:
Nah, screw that. Don't change anything man. But...who's the girl in the other albums?

upong further review, i actually think *she* got her hair chopped off...

such a nice machine at 16, i'm jealous... i'm 12 years late.
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Originally posted by seacity.G4:
upong further review, i actually think *she* got her hair chopped off...
I don't think so. Superimposition analysis has yet to be completed, but I thought about that originally and ruled it out as a possibility.
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Aug 21, 2004, 09:41 PM
 
Well, I waited for a really rainy day to post my setup...that and the energy to clean up my desk. My favorite thread in the PB forum, and since it will probably be my only post to this thread, I thought I'd make it at least presentable.

Computer: 12" PowerBook Rev C - 1.25GB RAM, 80GB 5400 HD, SuperDrive
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very nice display you got there.
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This is myset up

Pictured...

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Mag 19" LCD Monitor
Yamaha Speakers

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HP PSC 2410xl All in One Printer

Soon to Come...

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Not the sexiest setup, but it's a PowerBook.

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Originally posted by PatsPalace24:
No, I am the kid in the Powerbook setup. I am 16, probably the youngest here, but no, I am no gay or conceited, just trying to say hey to you guys. Sry, Ill change it
i'm 15
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Here is mine, I hope its not too blurry:

     
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I'm pretty sure that Osama and Al Queda have stated that they would much prefer Bush in office as his policy only fuels their motivation and hatred. In fact their have been intelligence reports of Al Queda plans to disrupt an election in favor of Kerry in order to keep Bush in office.

Granted it seems "intelligence" can be anything but.



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Originally posted by cliff:
Here is mine, I hope its not too blurry:

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Originally posted by nonno:
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Very sharp eyes

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Originally posted by cliff:
Very sharp eyes
...i see an Oxygen8...

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nonno's setup is making me drool! Nice......
     
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My temporary setup:

At Night




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Old 600MHz iBook beside the powerbook.
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I know its surrounded by some Dell Monitors...but I gotta have my pc. And yes its not a Dell...I just got those monitors from work.

I love my 12" so much...I wish I could buy another and my fiance keeps stealing it from me...women

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Originally posted by madking:
My temporary setup:

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Originally posted by perbl:
Isn't it tiresome to have to switch the placment of the equipment when you change from night to day mode
Goodness... All he did was add a keyboard and iBook.
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I don`t have a special setup - just my PB17, a Logitech MX700 and an external HD. But at least the picture is special. (for those wo don`t get it: it`s a 3D picture; you need a pair of those cardboard glasses with a green and red lens)

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Originally posted by cszar2001:
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I don't have the glasses, but how did you do that?
     
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Originally posted by ARENA:
I don't have the glasses, but how did you do that?
Magic.
Simple: take two pictures of the scene/object; the distance between the pictures should be the same as the distance between your eyes.
Download this app: Anaglyph Maker
Combine the two pictures - voila!

Works best when the original scene has a lot of depth.
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Is it so hard to use google?
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Simple set up missing a few things as i have just moved in...
Present:
2x 1.5Ghz powerbook G4's with 2GB RAM
1x Tungsten T3
1x AP extreme
1x Epson Printer
1x Cisco IP phone
1x Fax
1X Telstra DECT phone

Missing:
1x 3G 40Gb ipod
1x Logitech z-680's
1x M-Audio sonica
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ooooooooooooooooooooooohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh..... ..................somebody isn't following the image posting rules. I guess when you have 2 15" 1.5 PB maxed out your part of an elite group that doesn't read the fine print.

Serioiusly though, having two PB's is pretty sweet but are they both yours or is one for a spouse and/or coworker? Whoever it's for, your office corner is nice and tidy. Hope nothing breaks during the move.
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