I'll do my best to get a pic, but an IT guy I know at work bought an old Mac on ebay for $30 and turn it into a fishtank for his girlfriend! Man is this thing awesome. I never thought he could pull it off, let alone make it look cool.
Very Nice, I had tried about 2 years ago to convert an old 15 inch monitor into a fish tank only to have the sucker leak all over my desk 2 days after I finished. Maybe I shouldn't have used the cheap silicone. Oh well.
Scott, can you see if you can get your buddy to post a mod guide of this fish tank? That would be killer. I am sure that there are a number of members that would love to be able to make one for themselves. With this mod guide it can be made possible. If you can't work that, a pic would still be great. Thanks and hope to see something soon.
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I made a fishtank out of a 1995 Apple Performa Plus monitor. It still lives almost a year later. My fishes names are Clarus and Tux. Don't ask. Just do a search for the Author "Jeff" on the http://www.metku.net modgallery. It's floating around there somewhere.
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