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Property Workplace – My Desk – Old 2005
Image by fensterbme
UPDATED: This photo is over five years old and is out-dated. If you are interested in seeing what my half of our office appears like Click Here. I’ve switched almost totally over to Mac and things are a lot simpler overall.
Old Description of Workplace as it Was in 2005:
I invest a lot of time right here. It’s my half of our residence office (my wife has the other half). I perform out of my property about 40% of the time, and my wife performs out of the home in the evenings and weekends. We each perform a good bit… so we are in this area a lot more than any other in our house.
Anyways, my side of our office is filled with tech stuff. I have two huge tower cases (1 is a server, the other is my desktop), my work laptop, my personal laptop and my Macinotsh G4.
These machines connect to another group of computer systems in my basement (I have six runs of CAT5e cabling between my 2nd floor office and basement). I run my firewall (Smoothwall), two test linux systems, and an additional Windows XP machine running subsequent to my music/audio stuff, all out of my basement to stay away from the complete geek overrun of the workplace. In reality quickly the server and desktop machines will also move to the basement and into a custom rack enclosure (along with my other mess of boxes downstairs) I will then create yet another AMD dual core method to be my desktop computer. As my existing desktop is headed to be a virtualization server (VMWare) which will act as a test bed /property lab for me.
All the quick stuff connects by means of gigabit ethernet (Server, Primary Desktop, G4 Macintosh, downstairs XP machine and my wife’s HP nc8230 laptop), the other stuff has to stay in the slow lane with rapidly ethernet connections, or wireless connections if I feel like walking about.
Click here to see a photo of our book case on the other side of the area.
Right here is a hyperlink to the photo of my real office which isn’t nearly as fascinating.
NOTE: This photo made it into Flickr’s ‘Explore" as one particular of the prime five hundred most exciting images on a distinct day. You can see all of my photo’s that have produced it into the Flickr Discover pages right here.