How y'all doin'?
I'm still striving through the hardships of life :P
Today kids, I'm gonna show you my workplace! I know that it's dreamy and extremely sexy; that's why I'm showing it off ;)
Let's start with the right side; in the picture below, you can see the following things there:
- the XPU board (the thing with the heat sinks and the chips),
- my old computer (firstname.lastname@example.orgGHz w/ 256MB RAM),
- my eastpak (black of course; it contains many things, which will be covered in a different post [if requested]),
- my bathing suit (it's summer, yay),
- a laptop (it's not mine [my laptop -netbook- is in the eastpak]; it's a friend's where I will install some things; a pentium M@1.4GHz with 128MB RAM),
- my coffee thermos (espresso roasted @ my home; don't so much like the [otherwise free] filter coffee the company offers; also note the subliminal message that the phallic shape conveys :P),
- 3 CDs turned-to-coasters (keep the workplace clean),
- my freddo glass (it's no Serse Freddo, but it's kinda cool :P) and last, but not least,
- a half eaten apple (in order to complete this dead nature masterpiece with a cliche).
Now it's the turn of the center side, here the main work takes place. Let's see what that contains:
- My telephone (for old school communication),
- My new pc (Debian GNU Linux 5.0 Lenny, Core2Duo 7400, 1GB RAM),
- Two mouses (one for my new pc and one for my windows pc),
- My two monitors (the TFT is for the new pc; the windows pc handles both the screens),
- The new pc keyboard (sleek and cool),
- A brochure for accessories for my car (a rather cool brochure),
- The keyboard of my windows pc and
- A DSL modem that is being used as a switch (in order to connect the PCs and the boards to the net)
As for the left side, it is worthy to note:
- The windows pc keyboard (must figure out how to use one keyboard with two pcs),
- the windows pc itself (which is a P4 with 512MB RAM btw),
- another board (named IDU; a rather cool board actually),
- the power supply for the boards (and an accompanying fan) and, to conclude the tour of my workplace,
- the MUSIC board.
Now you've seen where I work. Isn't it magical? It sort of reminds me the pictures of Google in Switzerland.