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Your personal command center

I couldn't do without it.

     

Travoli

10:31 pm on Oct 30, 2002 (gmt 0)

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19 inch screens are for newbies. Regular desks just won't do for leading-edge spammers. You need all the information, 10 minutes ago. Thats why I built my personal spammer command center. I can track SE updates, forums, site rankings, competitor sites, GoogleGuy's Chicken McNugget sauce preference, and my girlfriend's mood, all at the same time. It orders pizza, sounds an alarm if I ever start to doze, injects caffeine through the seat, calculates algorithm changes, and makes weather.

Here are some pics:
1 [graybow.com]
2 [british.nerp.net]

Anyone else here have a deathstar quality workstation?

creative craig

10:34 pm on Oct 30, 2002 (gmt 0)

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That second one looks like its out the film War Games at the very end, when the world war begins :)

rcjordan

10:37 pm on Oct 30, 2002 (gmt 0)

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Look at SpamStar1's set-up. I want one. Done with projectors, eh? What's the deal on lcd projectors now? Drastic is trying to get me to buy this one:

[ubid.com...]

What about 8-12 hours per day, every day? Can they take it?

<added>
sauce = BBQ

<added2>
your gf's mood = icy

Drastic

10:56 pm on Oct 30, 2002 (gmt 0)

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heh, my junior central command looks a little like this [mandrake.net].

>8-12 hours per day, every day? Can they take it?

I think the big deal is the bulb - most average (if I remember) about 2000 hours, and they ain't cheap.

What about a 42" plasma display?

>icy
You mean he does have a gf?

rcjordan

11:05 pm on Oct 30, 2002 (gmt 0)

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>think the big deal is the bulb - most average (if I remember) about 2000 hours, and they ain't cheap.

That's what's concerning me. Once I got hooked on the huge screen, there'd be no going back. Pick the wrong model, and I'd be a bulb junkie -that's almost as bad as a print cartridge addict.

>junior central command

Got rid of the cinder blocks, eh?

> he does have a gf?

He thinks he does.

fathom

11:10 pm on Oct 30, 2002 (gmt 0)

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and my girlfriend's mood

I suspect this one function would be irrelevant with a setup like this.

BAD MOOD, BAD MOOD, BAD MOOD, BAD MOOD!

BAD MOOD, BAD MOOD, BAD MOOD, BAD MOOD!

BAD MOOD, BAD MOOD, BAD MOOD, BAD MOOD!

BAD MOOD, BAD MOOD, BAD MOOD, BAD MOOD!

24/7/365... IMO! :)

Drastic

4:51 pm on Oct 31, 2002 (gmt 0)

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>cinder blocks

Yea, if'n I keep addin' monitors like this, I'll need 2x4s and cinder blocks.

In the South, hotrod computers sit on blocks for a while at times too. ;-)