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post #401 of 725
My Beast

Here is mine a dual 533 1 gig of ram and a 19 inch flat screen monitor.

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post #402 of 725
ehh, dumb question, already answered.

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post #403 of 725
And todays big Question is....
Where is TigerWoods99's setup?!?
Sorry I dont have a digital camera (yet)
Work; Quicksilver 733/512/40gig, Tangerine iMac 333, various keyboardz, printers and shite...
Home; Cube 450 DVD/512/60Gig (soon to be 1Ghz! ), crappo 17" CTX display, Pismo Powerbook 400/512/10Gig, Lacie F/W 40gig Studio drive
picts to follow soon (ish)
Oh yeah, and some dumb PC.... (Athlon XP2000+, etc, not mine, promise... <img src="graemlins/lol.gif" border="0" alt="[Laughing]" /> )
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"New" monitor coming soon.....
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post #405 of 725
[quote]Originally posted by cyko95:
<strong>This is the picture of my desk at work. I thought i'd throw this pic up since that's where I spend most of my time anyway. =)</strong><hr></blockquote>

cyko95: Is the bag on your chair the "Mobility 1" by Brenthaven available at the Apple Store? I just ordered myself a Mogwai from <a href="http://www.timbuk2.com/" target="_blank">Timbuk2</a>, but it can't hurt to rotate bags.

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post #406 of 725
[quote]Originally posted by Escher:
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cyko95: Is the bag on your chair the "Mobility 1" by Brenthaven available at the Apple Store? I just ordered myself a Mogwai from <a href="http://www.timbuk2.com/" target="_blank">Timbuk2</a>, but it can't hurt to rotate bags.

Escher</strong><hr></blockquote>

Yeah thats a Mobility 1 by BrentHaven. I ordered it with my iBook from Apple. I love it. I'm a graphic artist and have to carry quite a few extras with me, and this thing carrys them all perfectly. It even has an adjustable bungee cord, and a keychain holder. Great padding too.

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post #407 of 725
[quote]Originally posted by Escher:
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cyko95:I just ordered myself a Mogwai...
Escher</strong><hr></blockquote>

Mogwai huh? Just remember...don't feed it after midnight...and don't get it wet. <img src="graemlins/lol.gif" border="0" alt="[Laughing]" />
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Mac Pro 2.66, 5GB RAM, 250+120 HD, 23" Cinema Display
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post #409 of 725
Alright, here's my latest Powermac G4 setup. Maybe I'll post ics of my other computers but I'll have to clean first






PowerMac G4/400 Mhz AGP
17 inch Apple Studio Display
640 MB RAM
60GB 5400 RPM HD
80GB 7200 RPM HD
ZIP Drive
ATI Radeon 32 MB DDR AGP
ATI Xclaim VR 128
OrangeMicro Grappler SCSI 906F
Creative Soundblaster with FPS2000 4.1 Speakers
Mac OS X, Mac OS 9

Epson Stylus Photo 750
Palm IIIx
QPS 8x4x32x Firewire CDRW
Pictures taken with Epson PhotoPC 850Z


The chair I just got and that is why the tags are still on. and the floor is coming up because of the train set I put in. the whole area got pretty banged up from the saws and stuff
post #410 of 725
Sickmiller; the desk is called z-tech by a company called z-line designs.
post #411 of 725
I love that room, applenut. Nice and spacious.

The chair must be nice too - that's the style of chair I'm looking at getting for my new office. The wooden bottom on mine is taking it's toll on my butt.

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Show us your pic Mr. Murbot
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post #413 of 725
How do you open and close the windows in that room, Applenut? Do you crawl underneith the train set, or what? <img src="graemlins/surprised.gif" border="0" alt="[Surprised]" /> :confused: <img src="graemlins/oyvey.gif" border="0" alt="[No]" />
post #414 of 725
Leonis, you stole my monitor.
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post #415 of 725
[quote]Originally posted by murbot:
<strong>I love that room, applenut. Nice and spacious.

The chair must be nice too - that's the style of chair I'm looking at getting for my new office. The wooden bottom on mine is taking it's toll on my butt.

[ 06-15-2002: Message edited by: murbot ]</strong><hr></blockquote>

thanks. I got the chair at Staples last week on sale for either 139 or 129. can't remember which price.

[quote]How do you open and close the windows in that room, Applenut? Do you crawl underneith the train set, or what? <hr></blockquote>

he he. right now its not so bad because I can manage to step inbetween some of the cross beams and stuff but it is hard to get across and once I actually finish the layout I'll be forced to crawl underneath.

I generally just leave the windows open. I like it as cold as possible so they really only need to be closed during the winter
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I figured i'd throw one pic up of my home setup too.

iBook 700/384/30GB/Combo/12.1"

Don't make fun of my PC. =) <img src="graemlins/lol.gif" border="0" alt="[Laughing]" />
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post #417 of 725
[quote]Originally posted by TigerWoods99:
<strong>Leonis, you stole my monitor. </strong><hr></blockquote>

Got a lemon

Starting this morning the color on the screen looked weird. Color on the left looked great. but there was a light grey strip standing vertically right in the center! The color start to look fade out from that stripe. The color on the right look very washed out.

Well...this is the first time ever I see this in my life. The monitor is only one day old! :eek:

Took it back to where I bought it from. But they told me that the distributor has none of this model left and will need to backorder. It may take up to a week
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post #418 of 725
Leonis, you haven't had much luck lately. First your PC and SlowSilver die on the same day, then the problem with your old monitor, and now the problem with this one. It must suck.

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post #419 of 725
So far the ONLY machine I have right now that doesn't yet have problem is my iBook. Hope it won't break <img src="graemlins/surprised.gif" border="0" alt="[Surprised]" /> <img src="graemlins/hmmm.gif" border="0" alt="[Hmmm]" />
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post #420 of 725
Trust me I've had bad luck too with my machines. I think the monitor is OK, although it seems to me as though 1600x1200 looks too big to be 1600x1200. My beige G3 was a disaster, never worked right froze all the time felt very slow applications quit left and right. Now with my Quicksilver it seems as if the system software is messed up. For one I can't select a printer, it does the same thing as my beige used to do by reverting back to just a blank background pic instead of the desktop pic I put on it before and also resolution changes sometimes. I am always being asked for an application to open up things with when there is no one.
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post #421 of 725
"A clean desk is a sign of a cluttered mind." - Some Very Smart Person

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post #422 of 725
Here is a pic of my computer taken at work over a year ago (I'm still using OS 9 on this one):



...and a more recent pic of what I often do at work:


I'll don't really have a home setup, I just plug in wherever I can find room and use it. We have airport, so I can use it anywhere.
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post #423 of 725
The new replacement monitor should be arrived tomorrow. Hope this one works <img src="graemlins/bugeye.gif" border="0" alt="[Skeptical]" /> <img src="graemlins/bugeye.gif" border="0" alt="[Skeptical]" />
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post #424 of 725
It took some time, but I finally got a picture.

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[quote]Originally posted by eXistenZ:
<strong>It took some time, but I finally got a picture.

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I guess you're pretty happy about the Xserve huh
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[quote]Originally posted by eXistenZ:
<strong>It took some time, but I finally got a picture.

</strong><hr></blockquote>

Pretty impressive... what is that on the bottom... looks like jumper cables with pink connectors attached to one of the lower Macs.
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[quote]Originally posted by TigerWoods99:
<strong>...Donny-I am sorry I can't help your problem (don't have 10.1.5, wait I dont have a G4 now either) however ignore anyone who gives you sh*t here.</strong><hr></blockquote>

Looks like Tiger's setup went poof...

And eXistenZ, good God, mind if I borrow one of those? <img src="graemlins/surprised.gif" border="0" alt="[Surprised]" />

<img src="graemlins/smokin.gif" border="0" alt="[Chilling]" />
post #428 of 725
There's also my work setup:

post #429 of 725
murbot, we want iBook pics!
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Well, my setup didn't go poof fortunately. I thought the hard drive went caput but I managed to get it up and booting and all seems fine now (well I still think the system has been corrupted somehow but I need to get a disk utility and check everything out). So I'll take some shots with a regular camera and scan them in. Be patient.
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post #431 of 725
[quote]Originally posted by eXistenZ:
<strong>There's also my work setup:

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that's the exact kind of table I want. Can you tell me what brand/model it is and where you got it?
post #432 of 725
LOL Cyko, You have the same bag, and Camcorder I have.

I'm a graphic artist too, gotta love the mobility 1, I can carry, my iBook, mouse, Ethernet Cable, CD's, Pen Tablet, etc in one bag, I love it.

here's my setups...
(I'm a stay at home dad/artist) Gotta love nap time whenever you want, provided baby's sleeping too )





And for those who are curious as to how she's doing... she's 4 months old and sharp as a tack.



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That's the best I can do right now... unfortunately I'm not near the silver desk at the moment.

Using it with a pro keyboard and a Logitech dual optical mouse, and of course the 17" CRT.

If I have to go out, I unplug everything, pop the iBook into the sleeve, and I'm portable.

It's like having 2 computers.

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post #434 of 725
Mac Guru, your daughter is looking great! Growing like a weed it looks like, for 4 months. (a really cute weed of course)

I'll be posting pics of a new baby soon enough too - we're due for #2 in November. That should put a stop to the AI posting for a little while.

Just wait until she gets after your iBook - I can't use the computer without Amy (16 months) wanting to get her little paws on it!
post #435 of 725
Oh it's ALREADY hard. Working on Magazines and she ejects the CD-ROM, Pulls out my USB devices, or pulls the power plug...

Feisty little booger But a cute one
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For those of you who care:

01) Stack of external Maxtor FireWire drives:
- 100GB 7200RPM
- 80GB 5400RPM
- 40GB 5400RPM
- 40GB 5400RPM
- 40GB 5400RPM
02) Dedicated fan to cool stack of drives.
03) CD-R Drive (removed from G4) in 3rd-Party external FireWire enclosure.
04) Edirol UA-5 USB Audio Interface.
05) Kenwood Casette Deck for capturing old audio.
06) Hollywood Dazzle FireWire Video Capture box.
07) Small TV to use as NTSC Monitor for video.
08) VCR to capture and export video.
09) Epson 1280 6-Color printer.
10) Epson Scanner.
11) Keyspan USB/Serial adapter.
12) G4-533Mhz, 1.5GB-RAM, SuperDrive (added recently) 40GB & 80GB Internal drives.
13) Telex USB Headset & Mic port.
14) (4)Belkin 7-Port USB hubs stacked.
15) Palm Vx & cradle.
16) Cambridge SoundWorks speakers (sub under desk).
17) Kodak digital Camera.
18) (2) NEC Fe950+ 19" Monitors running at 1600 x 1200.
19) Sega DreamCast (for those moments of mental fatigue).
20) Wacom Intuos tablet.
21) Wacom Intuos 4D mouse.
22) Telex Headset & Mic.
23) DSL Modem.
24) Asante Router.
25) Countour ShuttlePro Jog/Shuttle wheel controller (primarily for FCP).
26) Apple Pro Keyboard.
27) Apple Pro optical mouse.
28) smaller Wacom tablet on retractable keyboard arm. (extended for photo)
29) Hartke 10" Bass amp. (for whenever the inspiration strikes to make some music)

Too much information...?
Thanks for indulging me.

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post #437 of 725
Wow you have a lot of HD storage :eek:
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[quote]Originally posted by Leonis:
<strong>Wow you have a lot of HD storage :eek: </strong><hr></blockquote>

The 80GB is a back-up for importand client & personal data, the 100GB (7200RPM) is for video editing, one of the 40GB drives is strictly for audio... it all gets used.

I would LOVE one of the Apple RAIDs in the future. (After upgrading my 533Mhz)

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post #439 of 725
There is a small but decent web site devoted to computer set ups. Itrs funny because most are but ugly PC desks.

here is mine

<a href="http://snapyourdesk.barkins.com/photos/36.html" target="_blank">http://snapyourdesk.barkins.com/photos/36.html</a>

<a href="http://snapyourdesk.barkins.com/photos/36.jpg" target="_blank">http://snapyourdesk.barkins.com/photos/36.jpg</a>
post #440 of 725
Well, here is a pic of my PC setup. I don't have a pic of my Mac setup yet (it's in another room). I am waiting for MW to get some new Apple items. Right now, my iMac is in the shop anyway.

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