Office Clean-up

Not finished, but at least I’m squared away enough to do some work here.

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7 Comments

  1. earl
    Posted January 18, 2008 at 4:23 | Permalink

    Nice office, I wish mine look so neat.

    I’m afraid that with those views I’d spend a great deal of time staring out the windows and daydreaming. Noticing the snow…where in general are you located?

  2. Posted January 18, 2008 at 4:37 | Permalink

    Thanks, Earl. We’re in southern Wisconsin near Madison. 14 degrees right now, and about 10 below zero expected tonight. eewww

  3. alan herrell - the head lemur
    Posted January 18, 2008 at 5:21 | Permalink

    dual monitors are the entry point for serious computing ya know.
    the cat will have you blowing out your boxes about once a month though…

  4. Posted January 18, 2008 at 6:31 | Permalink

    I couldn’t believe how much cat fur felt there was in there when I moved it off the floor and up to the desktop!

  5. Ole Phat Stu
    Posted January 19, 2008 at 1:52 | Permalink

    Far too tidy!

    thee’ll get nowt dun there lad!

  6. Ronni Bennett
    Posted January 19, 2008 at 5:53 | Permalink

    Why Frank, it hardly looks like the same office as the photo you posted at my place. What a comfortable, but also efficient workspace. Nice views too…

  7. Winston
    Posted January 19, 2008 at 8:15 | Permalink

    Excellent setup, nice surroundings, stimulating views. You’ve got it all, Frank, including a view partially blocked by the feline person. I just got Roomie a new kickass system with dual 19″ flat panels. In fact, they look like yours, Dell Ultrasharps. At first she was not so sure about it, but now, a month later, I would be bleeding on the carpet if I suggested going back to a single monitor. You were smart to stay with standard aspect instead of being tempted by the hype of wide screens. I’ve seen a lot of applications that stretched the screen output horizontally to the “dammit” point.