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post #601 of 725
[quote]Originally posted by Cerbero:
[QB]Finally, I got hold of a camera, so here's mine

QB]<hr></blockquote>


Geez some of you are so neat
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Tiger, even when your 'pics' were up your imaginary dual gigger was mysteriously broken linked. <img src="graemlins/lol.gif" border="0" alt="[Laughing]" />

reality check- those are the quakecon mac servers

oh btw, cerbero, those are some haneous speakers.

[ 08-19-2002: Message edited by: serrano ]

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post #603 of 725
My two year old webcam takes better pictures than TigerWoods "camera". <img src="graemlins/oyvey.gif" border="0" alt="[No]" />
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post #604 of 725
Quote:
Originally posted by progmac:
<strong>Where'd you get that desk, cabero?

Here's mine:
<a href="http://oak.cats.ohiou.edu/~as221300/imac.jpg[/qb" target="_blank"><hr></blockquote>]http://oak.cats.ohiou.edu/~as221300/imac.jpg</a></strong>

I got the "top" and the legs separately from IKEA. An all-together cost of about $70

[ 08-20-2002: Message edited by: Cerbero ]</p>
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post #605 of 725
It wasn't broken linked, it's on my site and the pictures showed up for me.
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post #606 of 725
[quote]Originally posted by trevorM:
[QB][/QB]<hr></blockquote>

Sorry for the late reply but that desk is cool! Could you post a bigger picture, or a link to one?

Thanks!

Agent69

[ 08-21-2002: Message edited by: Agent69 ]</p>
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post #607 of 725
CONFIRMED!

Murbot is giving up his eMac!

......according to MurMac......a new rumor website dedicated to Murbot
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post #608 of 725
[quote]Originally posted by Leonis:
<strong>CONFIRMED!

Murbot is giving up his eMac!

......according to MurMac......a new rumor website dedicated to Murbot </strong><hr></blockquote>

<img src="graemlins/lol.gif" border="0" alt="[Laughing]" /> <img src="graemlins/lol.gif" border="0" alt="[Laughing]" />
post #609 of 725
[quote]Originally posted by TigerWoods99:
<strong>It wasn't broken linked, it's on my site and the pictures showed up for me.</strong><hr></blockquote>

OK, but it didn't work for us.
post #610 of 725
[quote]Originally posted by Agent69:
<strong>

Sorry for the last reply but that desk is cool! Could you post a bigger picture, or a link to one?

Thanks!

Agent69 </strong><hr></blockquote>

I will post a new lot of pics in the next day or so!
Cheers
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post #611 of 725
What does Murbot suffer from?

It must be a pain in the ass to change computers that often.
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post #612 of 725
[quote]Originally posted by Fobie:
<strong>What does Murbot suffer from?

It must be a pain in the ass to change computers that often.</strong><hr></blockquote>

Yeah but I bet he's damn good at backing up his data!

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post #613 of 725
Some pics of my reccent multiple Mac "setup"
(click the pics for the (much) larger versions)

My TiBook 500, my sister's iMac 700, and my family's iMac DV 400.
<a href="http://homepage.mac.com/speaktruth/.Pictures/P8180033.jpg" target="_blank"></a>

Two pics of my family's first Mac: an SE FDHD, our second: a PM 7200/90, our third and current:the iMac DV from above, my TiBook, and my sisters iMac.
<a href="http://homepage.mac.com/speaktruth/.Pictures/5macspan1.jpg" target="_blank"></a>

<a href="http://homepage.mac.com/speaktruth/.Pictures/P8190034.jpg" target="_blank"></a>
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post #614 of 725
[quote]Originally posted by Agent69:
<strong>

Yeah but I bet he's damn good at backing up his data!

Agent69 </strong><hr></blockquote>

That must be the good side of switching computers every week.
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post #615 of 725
Hey SledgeHammer:

Is that an Apple MultipleScan 15 monitor with your PM 7200/90? Man, I loved that old monitor! I had used one for about two months before I realized it had speakers hidden in the sides.
post #616 of 725
Jeez you guys, lay off will ya?



I don't think the eMac is going anywhere anytime soon... although Leonis keeps trying to get me to bet him on that. (forget it)

As for the backups, yeah, it's a pain. I have so many freakin' sets of things backed up to CD. One of these days I'll have to go through the stack and toss out the duplicate stuff. I'll have to just get a huge FireWire drive so that future Mac swaps are painless.

Oh, and I'd just like to take this opportunity to thank TigerWoods99 for the qualty of this thread for the past few pages. Most of them are dedicated to you and your imaginary computer, and you've since taken down your high quality pics to boot. Thanks a LOT.
post #617 of 725
[quote]Originally posted by murbot:
<strong> One of these days I'll have to go through the stack and toss out the duplicate stuff. I'll have to just get a huge FireWire drive so that future Mac swaps are painless. </strong><hr></blockquote>

SEE. Now you are having a good solution. Keep your swapping going!
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post #618 of 725
[quote]Originally posted by TigerWoods99:
<strong>It wasn't broken linked, it's on my site and the pictures showed up for me.</strong><hr></blockquote>

Well, the links arent even there anymore and your site isn't listed in your profile or your signature. So what's up? Post em for cripes sake!

--PB

[ 08-23-2002: Message edited by: PosterBoy ]</p>
post #619 of 725
[quote]Originally posted by Brad:
<strong>Hey SledgeHammer:

Is that an Apple MultipleScan 15 monitor with your PM 7200/90? Man, I loved that old monitor! I had used one for about two months before I realized it had speakers hidden in the sides. </strong><hr></blockquote>

It is indeed. had the same story with the speakers too :-)
It still mostly works, though often everything is much much greener than it is supposed to be.
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post #620 of 725
Tiger..email them to me and I will host them.
post #621 of 725
trevorM,

I know that Appleinsider was down for a little while but I hope that you will still post some pictures. That desk is awesome.

Where did you get it, BTW?
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post #622 of 725
here's my *ahem* "setup." i know my desk isn't as clean as most, but i'm a full-time student, freelance designer, and part-time web developer.

<a href="http://homepage.mac.com/gerardreyes/PhotoAlbum4.html" target="_blank">my setup</a>

glean what you can from the pics. i know you can learn a lot from all the clutter and mess that's surrounding my desk area hhaehaehae. <img src="graemlins/smokin.gif" border="0" alt="[Chilling]" />
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post #623 of 725
why the hell almost everyone has Cinema Display? :eek:
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post #624 of 725
[quote]Originally posted by Leonis:
<strong>why the hell almost everyone has Cinema Display? :eek: </strong><hr></blockquote>

:o i got mine (ACD) when they were offering $500 off with purchase of a new PM (~March 2k2) plus i was already getting the educational pricing.

and since it is the first mac i've ever owned, i wanted to get top-of-the-line components. and i'm purty sure (i'm hoping!) this monitor is gonna last me a looooooong time.

of course, it really helps in FCP, Director, AE, Flash and all the other timeline apps.
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post #625 of 725
To me the biggest problems that stop me to buy Apple ADC based LCD displays are:

1) No way to turn off the display while keeping the CPU on

2) No way to share it with multiple machine without spending over 600 bucks for that fu(king ADC/DVI switch box

These problems are omitted when I am using DVI or VGA based monitors
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post #626 of 725
Something's coming
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post #627 of 725
[quote]Originally posted by Leonis:
<strong>Something's coming</strong><hr></blockquote>

do we now make a teaser ?
post #628 of 725
This one's big. Even by his standards. <img src="graemlins/smokin.gif" border="0" alt="[Chilling]" />
post #629 of 725
Beyond the rumor sites. Way beyond. :eek:
post #630 of 725
&lt;irony&gt; i think this post needs less text and more pictures of setups &lt;/irony&gt;
post #631 of 725
Here you go....

What I said 'something' is related to internal component.

This is..........

A GeForce 4 Ti Card!



I actually wasn't planning to get this card. But I got a special deal on this card (15% OFF!) PLUS I don't have to pay anything until next Feburary!

The card....man...is long.......





Even though later if I don't like this card I can sell it off at eBay without losing money

Roughly testing some apps. Lightwave 7 absolutly smokes with this card. Cinema 4D however doesn't use any hardware accleration at all....but version 8 will and hope the guys at Maxon aren't lying to me. Otherwise I will kill them :eek:

[ 09-09-2002: Message edited by: Leonis ]</p>
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post #632 of 725
OK, this is cool. I got tired of waiting for Apple to put USB in the front, so I did it myself!

<a href="http://www.ssba.com/lad/USBlg.jpg" target="_blank"></a>

That is a USB 2.0 port next to the floppy drive.

Plan to do the same with firewire soon...

YES! So awesome! :cool:
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post #633 of 725
Here is updated pictures of my setup. I moved the laptop to its own table now. It doesn't have to share a bedroom with the PC and 7500 anymore.

<a href="http://homepage.mac.com/imcfly/my_computers/PhotoAlbum22.html" target="_blank">My new setup</a>

I saw a 17" imac in person yesterday and almost swooned... &lt;drool&gt;That screen is gorgeous&lt;/drool&gt;
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post #634 of 725
my life/desk:
<a href="http://24.145.128.106/setup.jpg" target="_blank">
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post #635 of 725
Well, I suppose I'm going to have to clean my desk now. This you may see:
  • My PC: Duron 800, Win2K. LaCie Electron Blue III 19" monitor, 15" secondary monitor.
  • Sun Sparc 4, Sparc 5, one Sun 17" monitor,
  • Compaq Prosignia VS server. A 486DX2/66, to be used as a server/router.
  • Performa 6300, floppy nicked for the 6400 elsewhere, 600i CD drive lying around for use in Prosigna and Sparcs. Can use 5400/6400 motherboards due to a <a href="http://dialspace.dial.pipex.com/town/pipexdsl/o/aouq46/PowerCC/PCC2.html" target="_blank">PSU mod</a>
  • PowerBook Duo 230 + Dock (Dock PSU and battery awaiting fixing)
  • Mac Classic II
  • SE/30 (I've seen it booting, but not recently)
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post #636 of 725
Those who have the new One-Eye Mike(tm) could you post your pics here?
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post #637 of 725
I feel so dirty.

New machine folks. Yeah, probably lousy timing, but I couldn't wait another day for it, and I couldn't pass up the deal. Long story short, it worked out to a $450 discount on the machine. Couldn't say no to that, even if there may be an update around the corner.

700 MHz, 12.1" screen, Combo Drive, 20 GB HD.

<a href="http://homepage.mac.com/murbot/ibook.jpg" target="_blank"></a>

Also went wireless again, but this time I decided not to bend over and take it from Apple with the Base Station. I went with the Netgear MR314 wireless router for $239 CDN (Airport Base Station is $469 CDN). Almost half the price, and WAY better range - amazing, really.

<a href="http://homepage.mac.com/murbot/router.jpg" target="_blank"></a>

Now I have an iPod and a FW Hard Drive calling my name...



[ 10-06-2002: Message edited by: murbot ]</p>
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as always, murbot, as always... *sigh*

[ 11-13-2002: Message edited by: Defiant ]</p>
post #640 of 725
Murbot, I just love how you constantly change your setup!
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