So, there's an article up on the main page, asking us to vote for who deserves the props for "Mod of The Year."
So, I've been pondering it all day. And I figure that in a way, we all kinda deserve the points. Anyone who got up the moxie to cut, paint, build, damage, or mess with a computer this year, and walked away with something to show for it (even a huge mess) deserves some credit. Those who step outside the box, see the box for what it is. (6 sides that need neon and paint?)
Anyway, the whole line of thought got me thinking about what I've modded this year. So, I pulled some photos and put them up. I figure that it might be fun for us all to share what we've done, regardless of contests and all. If for nothing else than to see everyone elses stuff, and to say, "dude, thats awesome!"
Since I'm the one starting the thread, I'll also go first
I really like "monitor kitty". I was going to do a macquarium with my 21 inch Studio Monitor that was broken, but then it decided to start working again. So I guess I'm not going to destroy a perfectly good monitor.
PS How can you ever tell the diff between keiko and sasha?
bought a g4 cube and added a 2.5in 60 gig drive, laptop combo drive, wireless card from a graphite airport basestation, painted the inside metal case, then tried to cut a hole in it and ended up taking it off. the rest is secret for the contest
bought a g5 style 20in and built a stand for it to fit into my bookcase.
put a window in my thumb drive.
bought a cheap wireless mouse and painted it to match my pro keyboard and g4 cube
hmmm what else have i done :woohoo:
2.4gHz 15" MacBook Pro, 1.66gHz Core Duo Mac Mini, 2.5gHz G5 QUAD, 733mHz Quicksilver, 450mHz G4 Cube, 700mHz G3 iBook, 350mHz Sawtooth G4, 350mHz Revs. A and B B&W G3, 16mHz Powerbook 100, 8mHz Macitosh Classic.
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