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Here is a picture of my current setup. Its nothing much I'm spending 3 months in Vienna on business, and currently my 12 Powerbook is the only Mac I have access to - luckily my hotel has WiFi coverage!
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Feb 26, 2005, 05:38 PM
 
Here is my current set-up with the my new PB 12 rev. D. Too bad the 12er can't power the 30" ACD. At least I can still connect it to my 23er at the office.



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Feb 26, 2005, 06:12 PM
 
Originally posted by ///Milien:
Here is my current set-up with the my new PB 12 rev. D.
Nice wallpaper. Here's my set-up at this moment in time. My Rev B and 3/4 of a dog on a sofa (Missing from pic: 1/4 of dog, 1 whole dog, 1 beer, 1 telly).

     
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Feb 26, 2005, 06:52 PM
 
....and 4/5 of a torso.
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Feb 26, 2005, 06:58 PM
 
///Milien: My goodness man, beautiful setup! And so many speakers too.
     
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Feb 27, 2005, 01:16 AM
 
my dorm setup until April.



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Feb 27, 2005, 01:25 AM
 
...what happens in April?
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Feb 27, 2005, 01:41 AM
 
Originally posted by ism:
Nice wallpaper. Here's my set-up at this moment in time. My Rev B and 3/4 of a dog on a sofa (Missing from pic: 1/4 of dog, 1 whole dog, 1 beer, 1 telly).

Is that a terrier? Looks kinda like my pooch.

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Feb 27, 2005, 01:42 AM
 
Originally posted by Ryan1524:
my dorm setup until April.



*drool*

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Feb 27, 2005, 01:47 AM
 
Originally posted by iREZ:
...what happens in April?
end of Year 1, beginning of summer break.
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Feb 27, 2005, 01:49 AM
 
Originally posted by ///Milien:
Here is my current set-up with the my new PB 12 rev. D. Too bad the 12er can't power the 30" ACD. At least I can still connect it to my 23er at the office.



nice desktop on the 30 incher!
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Feb 27, 2005, 02:41 AM
 
Painted my room, moved my desk near my window and slightly switched things up, enjoi.


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Feb 27, 2005, 09:00 AM
 
Originally posted by Randman:
Is that a terrier? Looks kinda like my pooch.
It's a beagle. She's a nuisance.
     
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Feb 27, 2005, 12:37 PM
 
Originally posted by MrForgetable:
nice desktop on the 30 incher!
Yeah man. How about a linky dink for that pic?
     
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Feb 28, 2005, 05:47 AM
 


Thought I'd go sit on the patio right after an afternoon shower. And Macnn was down. Figures.

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Feb 28, 2005, 06:05 AM
 


Got a rev d 12 I'm using for a few test for a review of it I'm working. Will post details then but here's a shot of it on my desk with the 17.

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Feb 28, 2005, 02:58 PM
 
Originally posted by Randman:


Thought I'd go sit on the patio right after an afternoon shower. And Macnn was down. Figures.
Funny how you'd sit your powerbook on a wet table

must be good being rich
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Feb 28, 2005, 03:50 PM
 
Originally posted by Ryan1524:
my dorm setup until April.



i have/used that physics book, and linear book for uni. lol but im in texas.
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Feb 28, 2005, 07:34 PM
 
Originally posted by skelotar:
Funny how you'd sit your powerbook on a wet table

must be good being rich
That little amount of water won't harm a thing. A pool of water on the table would tho.
     
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Feb 28, 2005, 07:49 PM
 
Originally posted by Rampant Desire:
That little amount of water won't harm a thing. A pool of water on the table would tho.
Looks like a Photochop
     
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Feb 28, 2005, 08:16 PM
 
looks like the coating is wearing off the table, just that..!
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Originally posted by Ryan1524:
my dorm setup until April.



I have that material science book. That book makes me sleepy. *yawn*
     
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Mar 1, 2005, 12:12 AM
 
Actually, it was the corner of the table wet from an afternoon rain shower. I wiped the area off with a towel where I rested the PowerBooks as it's at a corner and didn't get wet as the part shown.

There's far more danger involved in the shots where people have drinks next to their PowerBooks as spillage can occur.

It was more to take a shot so a few seconds on the table together isn't going to hurt anything on the bottom of the books. But when I do go out to surf, I take along my Traveller Cool Pad.

People shouldn't assume things so quickly off the top of their heads.

And I wish I were rich enough to throw all caution to the wind. But even as you can see, my 17 cost enough that I can't even buy a new table for the patio as that one is weather-beaten.

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Originally posted by jstein:
Kuwago, how are you coming along with the M Box....
I haven't done anything lately on the Mbox and ProTools. I've been using Reason a lot though. Last project I used the Mbox for was a skit for my friend. She needed audio to lip-sync to.

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Mar 3, 2005, 12:16 AM
 
Where are you from/at, Randman?
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Mar 3, 2005, 01:02 AM
 
Duh!.....He's in transit right now.
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Originally posted by iREZ:
Duh!.....He's in transit right now.
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I'm from the States, Albuquerque long ago (worked in quite a few towns, San Antonio, Las Vegas, Myrtle Beach, Duluth, Minn, Hot Springs, Ark). I'm in Singapore right now but looking at some jobs elsewhere. I've considered and ruled out a job in Dubai, close to ruling one out in Bangkok and am mulling Hong Kong, Auckland or heading back to the US. I thought in transit was pretty accurate these days.

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Mar 3, 2005, 01:46 AM
 
I was curious as why one would find nice tropical scenery this time of year. I'm in Denver (Aurora, actually). It looks like this during this time of year: clicky . Ugh.
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Mar 3, 2005, 02:12 AM
 
Oh, I've done the snow bit plenty. That's why almost all of my past handful of stops have been in warm climes. It's actually quite cool here today, showers and 77 at 3 pm.

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BTW, is being "in transit" as bad as "1 Night in Paris"? Bwaahahahaha! Sorry, had to do it.
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Originally posted by Randman:
I'm from the States, Albuquerque long ago (worked in quite a few towns, San Antonio, Las Vegas, Myrtle Beach, Duluth, Minn, Hot Springs, Ark). I'm in Singapore right now but looking at some jobs elsewhere. I've considered and ruled out a job in Dubai, close to ruling one out in Bangkok and am mulling Hong Kong, Auckland or heading back to the US. I thought in transit was pretty accurate these days.
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I went there. It was good to go and visit and I was tempted but in the long run, I think it would have been a hassle with the move and getting sorted and my fiancee would have had trouble finding something in her field (she's an actuary).

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Originally posted by Randman:
Oh, I've done the snow bit plenty. That's why almost all of my past handful of stops have been in warm climes. It's actually quite cool here today, showers and 77 at 3 pm.
Um, 77 is not cool. To Michiganders, thats very nice and warm, and 77 is can get on the hot side depending on humid it is, and in Michigan, its always humid in the warm weather
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Just got my 12" 1.5 haven't had time to properly setup...



     
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wow... noticed a lot of you guys like to run dual displays...

anyway, here's a shot of my setup from a SE T610.

     
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Clickie for biggie.

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Mar 8, 2005, 10:35 PM
 
thought id show off my simple setup:





had to go long ways to show off the posters

oh, and yeah, i know, my photography needs a little work.

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I actually rather like that setup, Garage81... it's what you picture in your mind when you see yourself using a PowerBook, I think.
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Originally posted by Commodus:
I actually rather like that setup, Garage81... it's what you picture in your mind when you see yourself using a PowerBook, I think.
appreciate the comment. i really wish i could paint that wall, but its not really worth the hassle in my apartment

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Originally posted by ///Milien:
[B]Here is my current set-up with the my new PB 12 rev. D. Too bad the 12er can't power the 30" ACD. At least I can still connect it to my 23er at the office.
Millen - do you have a picture of the cables to/from the 23er to/from your 12er? Where do you put the powerbrick of the 23er? I'm concerned about cable clutter.

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17" godness...My first mac, comes yesterday


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Here are two pics of my setup. The pc is a 3.4G Prescott, 1G Kingston HyperX ram, Geforce 6800 GT OC, 2x80G Maxtors in RAID0, Abit IC7-Max3 m/b. Screen is a Dell 2005FPW (which I adore!).

My new Powerbook is a 15" Ultimate, 1.67G, 1G ram, 100G harddrive, and 128M video. I gotta say that I love my Powerbook! It's so awesome!



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well, I guess I can finally join this thread! here's my current setup:

     
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Mar 17, 2005, 07:24 PM
 
Originally posted by redheadfred:
well, I guess I can finally join this thread! here's my current setup:

friggin sweet initech mug!

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Hey I could see my sig on your screen...oh yeah!!!
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haha yeah. Initech is awesome. Found it on eBay, while I was working at eBay actually. I could post the TPS Report Cover sheet and memo I made one day when I was bored...

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Can we have a sticky now that the Powermacs have one...Pleeeeease .
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Click the thumbnails to get a larger image.

The PowerBook is a 15" 1.67GHz with a SuperDrive and an 80GB HD, along with 1GB of RAM. I ordered it on the 1st of March and received it on the 16th. I had to take it into the Apple Store to get the 'v' key replaced, as the top right clip was broken and it did not stay onto the keyboard. Despite being accused of breaking it myself, the repair took seconds and I have a brand-spaking-new 'v' key on my brand-spanking-new PowerBook.


The PowerBook on its first time out of the box (outside of when the reseller added the RAM). The pillow, I admit, is rather unsightly.


The first time the PowerBook has run in my presence. How exciting!


The PowerBook in closed-lid mode hooked up to my 21" CRT. Excuse the unsightly Microsoft keyboard, albeit a temporary replacement for another Microsoft keyboard which lacked a USB cable. Fear not, for I shall most likely get a Mac keyboard as soon as I find one that I find attractive.


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