My messy desk

Starting from the top right, and rotating counter clockwise… The laser printer is available across all the machines (and most of the drives are shared as well). The first monitor is for my network hub which also acts as my media center, playing DVDs, MP3s, and feeding them through the stereo (under the printer). The next two monitors are from my old main machine which I now use for Photoshop work and general browsing.

After that are two more monitors (you can only see the back of the one LCD) on my portable solution that runs BME and I use for email and software development. The scanner is hooked up to the second machine, and underneath it is the first of three monitors (one TV monitor, two 21″) for the video editing box (ack — that's an eight monitor workspace right now).

Liam's article/interview is up on the main page now. If anyone has any feedback on it in general, please let me know — I'm trying to determine whether there's an interest in BME covering subjects like this or not (related anthropology, art, history, and so on). If there is I'll do more, but if not I'll focus on other areas.

Other than that I've been doing some interesting interview stuff this morning which required me to kick up a new QOD question list (ie. for people who want to do QOD). I'm happy with the current staff, but if you think you have what it takes, drop me a line and I can send you the question list as a “test”. I'd like to add a couple people to the 2004 roster, preferrably female.

Wow Shannon, that's really annoying! What is it, 1997 on Geocities? Retroweb is NOT cool!

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