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Panoramic photo of work area computers

Postby yeshuas » Fri Apr 10, 2009 12:27 am

This is the majority of my L shaped desk, made from 4 separate photos and then stitched in Vista's Live Photo Gallery.
Bottom left in picture is the butt of my constant companion and technician, Missy the wonder dog, :lol: Image

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This is the far right end where I have my Dell 5110cn color laser printer.

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Re: Panoramic photo of work area computers

Postby mnemonicj » Fri Apr 10, 2009 1:38 am

Ooooh, L-shaped would be nice. I am sort of in the same boat, but with a smaller desk and only one monitor (because I use a KVM switch). I used to have 4 computers at my desk (server, main PC, folding and XP PC, and my work laptop), but now that I am unemployed I am down to 3 and haven't really filled the space on my desk yet.

I also have 4 cell phones (only use 2 of them now), a couple large speakers, a wireless router, a gigabit switch, and hidden inside the desk a Brother laser multi-function B&W networked printer.

I like the stitched photo. If you wouldn't have said it was stitched, I might not have noticed, but on closer inspection the center computer and your desk near the center seem to be a little bit off.
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Re: Panoramic photo of work area computers

Postby yeshuas » Fri Apr 10, 2009 1:42 am

mnemonicj wrote:Ooooh, L-shaped would be nice. I am sort of in the same boat, but with a smaller desk and only one monitor (because I use a KVM switch). I used to have 4 computers at my desk (server, main PC, folding and XP PC, and my work laptop), but now that I am unemployed I am down to 3 and haven't really filled the space on my desk yet.

I also have 4 cell phones (only use 2 of them now), a couple large speakers, a wireless router, a gigabit switch, and hidden inside the desk a Brother laser multi-function B&W networked printer.

I like the stitched photo. If you wouldn't have said it was stitched, I might not have noticed, but on closer inspection the center computer and your desk near the center seem to be a little bit off.

I just wanted to see how well it would turn out, since some 4 1/2 year old on the PC commercial was able to do it I figured I could too :lol:
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Re: Panoramic photo of work area computers

Postby c0ldfyr3 » Fri Apr 10, 2009 1:59 am

nice setup. i have so much more work to get mine done. i hate moving...

my constant companion is the 300+ penguins i have collected..lol, and my dog muggzie.
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Re: Panoramic photo of work area computers

Postby yeshuas » Fri Apr 10, 2009 2:10 am

c0ldfyr3 wrote:nice setup. i have so much more work to get mine done. i hate moving...

my constant companion is the 300+ penguins i have collected..lol, and my dog muggzie.

300 penguins?

Missy will bring me a screwdriver if I ask, it is not always the correct one the first time, but eventually she gets it right. ^*^

She also likes ice cubes that is why I keep the refrigerator that the laser printer is sitting on, it also has my water and pop in it. :yesnod:
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Re: Panoramic photo of work area computers

Postby shreader » Fri Apr 10, 2009 1:09 pm

Nicely organized office I must say ^*^

It sure puts my messy desk & shelves to shame.


I also have 4 PCs but I use a KVM switch to switch between them w/ 1 monitor & keyboard.
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Re: Panoramic photo of work area computers

Postby yeshuas » Fri Apr 10, 2009 1:20 pm

shreader wrote:Nicely organized office I must say ^*^

It sure puts my messy desk & shelves to shame.


I also have 4 PCs but I use a KVM switch to switch between them w/ 1 monitor & keyboard.

At times I wish I had gone with a KVM switch, and I still may, so I can get rid of this one CRT that I have taking up a big chunk of desktop
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Re: Panoramic photo of work area computers

Postby augie » Fri Apr 10, 2009 3:18 pm

Nice set-up Dan, but man you must have some brushing to do every spring! That's one hairy dog.
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Re: Panoramic photo of work area computers

Postby yeshuas » Fri Apr 10, 2009 4:17 pm

Thanks everyone for the compliments. :yesnod:

augie wrote:Nice set-up Dan, but man you must have some brushing to do every spring! That's one hairy dog.


I have to brush my technician every few days, to keep up with her shedding, I take it out of her pay though. :lol:
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Re: Panoramic photo of work area computers

Postby RonS [WINDOWS-TEAM] » Mon Apr 13, 2009 5:02 pm

That’s a nice setup! I’ve been looking for an L-shaped desk that’s a little more modern for my setup. Luckily for me, my friend loves working cable management, so I’m hoping to have things pretty clean (if I can bribe him to help out).

Nice work using Windows Live Photo Gallery for the panoramic shot. Did it seem pretty easy?

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