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post #81 of 198
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any more
post #82 of 198
Here is my new setup:






20in iMac Intel C2D 2.0ghz 4GB 250GB
BenQ FP71G+ 19in
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post #83 of 198
Wow, it's amazing how close your setup is to mine.
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Originally Posted by nascarnate326 View Post

Here is my new setup:






20in iMac Intel C2D 2.0ghz 4GB 250GB
BenQ FP71G+ 19in

This can't be a real set-up. The desk is much too neat.
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Here is my updated setup. I originally posted in post 36 of this thread, I no longer work from home and scaled down a bit.



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This can't be a real set-up. The desk is much too neat.

I cleaned up a little bit, but I have another desk that is the 'paper everwhere crap everywhere kind of desk'
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post #88 of 198
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Here is my updated setup. I originally posted in post 36 of this thread, I no longer work from home and scaled down a bit.


nice setup
post #89 of 198
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Originally Posted by nascarnate326 View Post

I cleaned up a little bit, but I have another desk that is the 'paper everwhere crap everywhere kind of desk'

Whew! Glad to hear that. I'm relieved. For a while there, I thought maybe you were a neat freak.
Kidding aside, that's a nice set-up.
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post #90 of 198
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I finally updated my setup and got new pictures of it.


iMac setup




Logitech Z-5500 Controll Pod




MASSIVE logitech Z-5500 Sub, AMAZING




iMac runing 40+ programs.. Because it can




Thinnivation: Apple wireless keyboard and mighty mouse (needs to be redone)



elgato eyetv 250 plus (SUCKS, return it day after i bought it, be smart just get a regaular tv)




Custom ipod touch dock
post #91 of 198
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Originally Posted by tdhockeyfan424 View Post

I finally updated my setup and got new pictures of it.


iMac setup




Logitech Z-5500 Controll Pod




MASSIVE logitech Z-5500 Sub, AMAZING




iMac runing 40+ programs.. Because it can




Thinnivation: Apple wireless keyboard and mighty mouse (needs to be redone)



elgato eyetv 250 plus (SUCKS, return it day after i bought it, be smart just get a regaular tv)




Custom ipod touch dock


Nice setup
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post #92 of 198
some of these set-ups are ridiculous. I don't feel like uploading a picture, but my setup is as follows:

hp 7500 monitor
iBook G4 with a broken screen
Netgear router
the fat iPod Nano (3rd gen)
HP printer
8" TV Screen

I think the newest electronic in that set up is a year old iPod. But I will laugh at you all in a week when i get all of my electronics.
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post #94 of 198
Haha that's awsome!
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post #95 of 198

24" iMac
60 Gb iPod Video
8 Gb iPhone
Klipsch Audio System (with sub)
MyBook (timemachine)
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post #96 of 198
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24" iMac
60 Gb iPod Video
8 Gb iPhone
Klipsch Audio System (with sub)
MyBook (timemachine)

nice setup
post #97 of 198
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This is mine, taken a couple of months ago when my desk was tidy!


Don't spill any of that hooch on your desk, you could have a nasty fire!
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post #98 of 198
OKAY, what I'd really like to know is, where do all of you get the money to pay for this stuff or do you just steal it? (Just kidding about stealing...)

I can't buy half of the cool stuff some of you have...\
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post #99 of 198
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OKAY, what I'd really like to know is, where do all of you get the money to pay for this stuff or do you just steal it? (Just kidding about stealing...)

I can't buy half of the cool stuff some of you have...\

I can't speak for everyone .... but I work.
post #100 of 198
Very true, being 18, i worked my butt off and saved for what seemed like years haha
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post #101 of 198
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OKAY, what I'd really like to know is, where do all of you get the money to pay for this stuff or do you just steal it? (Just kidding about stealing...)

I can't buy half of the cool stuff some of you have...\

It's lot of work, and a lot of saving :-p (reminds me, I need to post a new pic tonight, just redid my desk)
MBP (15, 2.33, 3GB,10.6/win/lin on 250GB)
MP (3,1 oct 2.8, 10GB. 10.6 on 4x1TB RAID10, Win/Lin on 1x2TB, 2407WFP on 1x5770 + 2xSamsung 910t on 1xGT120)
also a lot of other systems :-p
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MBP (15, 2.33, 3GB,10.6/win/lin on 250GB)
MP (3,1 oct 2.8, 10GB. 10.6 on 4x1TB RAID10, Win/Lin on 1x2TB, 2407WFP on 1x5770 + 2xSamsung 910t on 1xGT120)
also a lot of other systems :-p
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post #102 of 198
My little corner of the world...

Still have my Mac Plus. Makes a great door stop.
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Still have my Mac Plus. Makes a great door stop.
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post #103 of 198
Here is my iMac...I actually have a full L shaped glass desk. I just have it split currently without the middle section as the PowerMac G4 is setup on the other half in another room. I need to get an updated photo with my new aluminum MacBook in the pic with the PowerMac G4 as well as the Logitech surround sound system that I now have. Missing from the photo is also my iPhone, but we of course know what they all look like.

I see a lot of 24" Aluminum iMacs! They must be pretty popular....

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post #104 of 198
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Originally Posted by imacmadman22 View Post

OKAY, what I'd really like to know is, where do all of you get the money to pay for this stuff or do you just steal it? (Just kidding about stealing...)

I can't buy half of the cool stuff some of you have...\

I work, save up and buy what I want. Isn't that what you work for after all?

Mac Mini (Mid 2011) 2.5 GHz Core i5
120 GB SSD/500 GB HD/8 GB RAM
AMD Radeon HD 6630M 256 MB

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post #105 of 198
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Originally Posted by imacmadman22 View Post

OKAY, what I'd really like to know is, where do all of you get the money to pay for this stuff or do you just steal it? (Just kidding about stealing...)

I can't buy half of the cool stuff some of you have...\

My home setup is mostly fifty percent off and a degree that got me a really good job and a big paycheck every couple of weeks.
post #106 of 198
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My home setup is mostly fifty percent off and a degree that got me a really good job and a big paycheck every couple of weeks.

Let me in on that secret ... I have a nice degree but a lame job. I live in the same town as you, so if there are connections to be had ...
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post #107 of 198
Really nice pictures everyone.

I noticed wireless keyboards and mighty mice in many of the pictures. Can someone tell me if they are battery efficient?
post #108 of 198
Depending on your definition. I used to use a mighty mouse at my office and it would go through cheap batteries about once everything 6 weeks and good ones about every 3 months. That is with being at the computer 10 hours a day less meetings and lunch .... so three months is pretty good. I have had a logitech MX1100 four about 3 months now and went through one set of cheap batteries already.
post #109 of 198
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Let me in on that secret ... I have a nice degree but a lame job. I live in the same town as you, so if there are connections to be had ...

For me it was:
1. Masters from Stanford
2. Bachelors from USC
3. Internship at Google
4. Internship at Apple whom is my current employer

The degrees from big name schools really help, but I believe the internships help the most because when I was called in for my interview at Google in knew one of the ladies asking the questions. When I quit after three months my "mentor" for the internship at Apple gave me a call and asked if I needed a job. Now nearly two years later here I am with good job that is better than the Google job. Another big factor is what type of degree you have. I don't have many connections that can get you a job that pays Über well though sorry.
post #110 of 198
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The degrees from big name schools really help, but I believe the internships help the most because when I was called in for my interview at Google in knew one of the ladies asking the questions. ... .

I guess I was just curious what you were doing. I have a pretty similar story to yours, to be honest, but I have a very frustrating job at the moment. For the last nine months I've been trying to spin-out a department from the mothership, observing a lot of trials and tribulations along the way. It's all good experience, but it's frustrating as all hell.

I also need to move out of Palo ... boring town.
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post #111 of 198
Currently waiting on a new screen to replace the 17" samsung but you get the idea




Seems we all like the G-Drives it seems
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Currently waiting on a new screen to replace the 17" samsung but you get the idea




Seems we all like the G-Drives it seems

There's like no picture!

Mac Mini (Mid 2011) 2.5 GHz Core i5
120 GB SSD/500 GB HD/8 GB RAM
AMD Radeon HD 6630M 256 MB

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post #113 of 198
Hmmm, moved image to another location.
post #114 of 198
My updated setup with the desk fully attached....



Mac Mini (Mid 2011) 2.5 GHz Core i5
120 GB SSD/500 GB HD/8 GB RAM
AMD Radeon HD 6630M 256 MB

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post #115 of 198
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My updated setup with the desk fully attached....

Another unrealistic setup. Too neat. Where do you keep the 'mess'? Or did you clean up just for the photo op?
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post #116 of 198
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Another unrealistic setup. Too neat. Where do you keep the 'mess'? Or did you clean up just for the photo op?

Its always that clean....

Everything I own is this way. I could show you pics of the insides of my car and it looks like it just picked it up from the dealer and its over a year old.

I do have things in the closet, but they're there for a reason...because it doesn't need to be on my desk as its not being used.

Mac Mini (Mid 2011) 2.5 GHz Core i5
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AMD Radeon HD 6630M 256 MB

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post #117 of 198
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Another unrealistic setup. Too neat. Where do you keep the 'mess'? Or did you clean up just for the photo op?

Can't speak for MacExpress. but for me, the mess is in the other room by the iBook. It gets used.
post #118 of 198
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nice setups to everyone
post #119 of 198
Notice the Windows netbook. That's only here until Apple releases one. For now, I love the netbook!
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post #120 of 198
A little off topic, but how are you liking the Samsung Laser?
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