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    1. traveller_sam ages ago | reply

      Beautiful work space.
      Pretty, elegant desk lamps.

    2. blupics ages ago | reply

      The table I got at Room & Board in San Francisco. It's the Andover 78x38 Dining Table and is the only table I could find after a pretty exhaustive search that satisfied my need for a table with a wider than usual depth (it's 38" - wide enough for two people to sit across from each other comfortable).

      The G5 is held up to the bottom of the table with a bracket found online which is specifically made to hold a G5 (or Mac Tower) off the floor by suspending it from underneath a table surface. I no longer know where I got the bracket.

    3. rainy art [deleted] ages ago | reply

      Love the three legged lamp in the background - I've seen a red one before - can I ask where it's from?

      Nice use of the Tolomeo's

    4. blupics ages ago | reply

      forgetthisname: the lamp is called the Palma Table Lamp; see...


    5. in an aeroplane over the sea ages ago | reply

      blupics: your workspace is soooo beautiful...it takes my breath away..ahhh

    6. scotpics ages ago | reply

      Is there a box containing all the mess just out of the picture or are you really that tidy? I'm very envious.

      Lovely room.


    7. blupics ages ago | reply

      Naw, scotpics, all the untidiness is relegated to the underside of the table.

      I do so little, now, that's not not done on the computer - from bill paying to doodling - that it's getting hard to even find a pen in my apartment anymore. So a lot of the things that used to clutter a desk up have disappeared from my live/work space.

    8. Andresito10 ages ago | reply

      excuse me, how often do you need to move a single cable and have to redo part of the cable arrangement?
      Thx for sharing your setup

    9. blupics ages ago | reply

      Andresito10: not very often. It's not moving a cable so much as the addition of a cable that sometimes caused some angst. I tried to alleviate some of the difficulty by grouping cables and using hinged plastic channels running the length of the table which could be opened to allow the addition & management of a cable more easily.

      I've just moved to a new apartment and gotten a new and larger table which I'm going to convert into my new work table. My plans are to document the process and put a how-to presentation together with tips and suggestions online for people who are interested in doing something similar.

    10. Andresito10 ages ago | reply

      Thanks Mr blupics :D
      definitely many people will get benefited from looking at the process, best if you enjoy it too :)

    11. Phillip Gateaux ages ago | reply

      Beautiful!! Clean, functional, spacious.

    12. Arnaud Alves ages ago | reply

      I want this !

    13. opad_it ages ago | reply

      Cool little setup! The desk lamps are great. I have the same one. Got them at www.olighting.com/artemide-tolomeo-mini-table-lamp.html

    14. lushib 115 months ago | reply

      I love it. I want it.

    15. d2s 108 months ago | reply

      Great setup.

    16. Jonh58 57 months ago | reply

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    17. beale_joseph 36 months ago | reply

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    18. cstrain0725@gmail.com 10 months ago | reply

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