Whats your desk look like?!

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  1. Geekster

    Geekster New Member

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    When this thing dies, my plan is to use it for a hockey puck. I want to know just how tough these suckers really are! But of all the places it's been in.. it has never been dropped, kicked, or anything spilled on it. I do take care of it. (Can't say the same about my Q) I don't want to re-build it. I don't have the time. Besides, me lazy! LOL
    Good luck with your computer Scott, I kind-of feel sorry for the poor thing now. LOL
  2. n99hockey

    n99hockey Moderator Staff Member

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    hmmm...good idea!

    haha...poor thing will never see it coming
    then again it is its own fault for advertising that :tounge:
  3. rudeboy

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    that's too many switches/buttons even for me :}
  4. rudeboy

    rudeboy New Member

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    hell yeah :}
  5. TarHeelsRule!

    TarHeelsRule! New Member

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    Here's my desk located in the dreaded cube......i share it with 3 other women so can't personalize it too much. Notice the absence of anything Carolina Blue. :frown:
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  6. PacoJr67

    PacoJr67 Active Member

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    Hah! And that one's the smaller of two boards that are used in tandem.
    Between the two we have a total of 98 mute buttons alone.
  7. rudeboy

    rudeboy New Member

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    bloody heck... i once messed with something like that but did not wait for the dude to turn it back on again :}

    it was in my wild(er) days many moons ago.
  8. sulster

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    The Braintrust

    Here is is Ladies and Gents. Where HARD WORK gets done! :laugh:

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  9. n99hockey

    n99hockey Moderator Staff Member

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    damn you got a nice big office!!

    so what firm do you work for...smith barney...ubs...morgan stanley?:tounge:
  10. cheri

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    LOL hockey nothing compares to your office...at least you dont have to share drafting tables, right?

    First thing I noticed was the documents on the wall. Seems Ms. Sulster is an educated woman :)

    It is a huge office though. You need a saltwater fish tank IMO.
  11. cheri

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    It's still a decent work space. I have to say you have more room than some of us do here lol. I have to share, well only for a few more days!
  12. n99hockey

    n99hockey Moderator Staff Member

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    this is true!
    i like my little hole in the wall:tounge:
  13. PacoJr67

    PacoJr67 Active Member

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    And it doesn't have to be mobile either, that's a big plus in my book.
    *when I'm done with work I'll upload a pic of my "office" 300 miles from where it usually is...*
  14. cheri

    cheri Active Member

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    You have a valid point Paco. But somehow i think Scott's vehicle is a mobile office.
    Considering the kind of work he does.
    Do they even use blue prints any more....that is how to really show my age lol
  15. PacoJr67

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    Who needs physical blueprints? He could convert them to PDF and just use his Q... :wink:
  16. n99hockey

    n99hockey Moderator Staff Member

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    i do rent a ton of cars...last year the car rental place bought me lunch a few times and give me free rentals becuase i use them so much
    and im a gold frequent flyer :laugh2:
    (we do have prints but they are no longer blue...the amonia to make them blue was painfully slow)

    we do lots of converting to PDFs
    but have yet to use them on my Q for work purposes....
    i like to carry prints with me...easier to see and i dont have to give a contractor my phone so he can see what im talking about:tounge:

    on my ipaq i used to use i had cad on it!
  17. PacoJr67

    PacoJr67 Active Member

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    The size of the screen can be a pain as well. There was a point where I had about 500 song charts (all pdf) on my phone. For it to be readable you could only see a small portion of the actual page. But then, sound techs don't need music anyway so it worked out.
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    My "office"

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    Of course, sometimes I sit out on the front porch or anywhere else, too. :smile:
  19. n99hockey

    n99hockey Moderator Staff Member

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    looks comfy:tounge:
  20. rudeboy

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    bloody heck.... what Scott said, that is a large ass office :}

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