<br><br>complete with 9-year-old HP just resurrected with ubuntu (256Mb ram maxed out!)<br><br>[color:purple]A lopsided man runs best along the little side-hills of success<br>- Frank Moore Colby</font color=purple>
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You have got to be kidding me, Matt!!!??? I oughtta show this pic to the spouse, as she's always complaining about my desk and how packed and messy it is and...nah...I've always found people with overly clean, neat, tidy and picked up desks rather suspicuous. There's something eerie in a desk with barely nothing floating around.<br><br><br><br>Dang! The Razr really does take poor, poor quality pictures...oh well, didn't get it for the camera in the first place anyhow...<br><br>Yep, all the drawers are also pretty much full of stuff, a whole bunch of dictionaries there on the right side; Webster's of course, finnish/german/english/french/swedish -- don't ask me why, I'm a language pervert I guess.<br><br>And on the right side, equally blurry, whole bunch of usability books for my theisis, mostly borrowed from the uni library, two of Nielsen's actually, too, 'Usability Engineering' I actually bothered to buy. Couple of other techy books and of course my copies of two wonderful books: Killer Web Sites and "Free Skiing -- How to adapt to the Mountain" on the leftmost. That book is for the hardcore skiing enthusiasts out there.<br><br>Oh, almost forgot. Last but not least: That 'thing' on the floor is an actual Imperial AT-AT walker from the original Star Wars trilogies. (Another topic of endless complaint by the spouse ) and I also have a few original action figures inside it. And NO! It is not for sale!<br><br>
LOL.. Matt's pulling your leg... just Google "messy desk" and ck the images section.<br><br>[image][/image]<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by NucleusG4 on 05/29/08 08:24 AM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
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