I might as well add to this irrelevant crap.
On my desk at the moment I have a 19 inch monitor and a dell optiplex.
Several cds. An editor that I swear that I'll try eventually.
A bottle of water, the remains of a sausage roll, 2 books on C++
programming and 2 books on Design Patterns in
Java. 4 corba manuals, a few SUN white papers, 200 pages worth of CORBASEC
( Hope your paying attention Kieran ? )
Catalogues for computing supplies stores , 2 pens, a CD drive that's totally
screws ( wonder where they came from ? ) , zip disks, microphone, memory,
dvd drive ( that gottya going j0n ) ,
some mail that I think may be for me but don't feel like opening and
printed docs that are just strewn anywhere that I could put them without
interrupting the flow to my nice ergonomic keyboard.
Oh yeah and my feet of course.
I never leave home without my watch and my wallet and as for
cartoon characters I think that I would be brain from Pinky and the Brain.
hmm what should I use the computer for today ? Same thing I do every day.
Try to take over the world ... ( cue evil cackle )
----- Original Message -----
From: Miles <kcolfer at iol.ie>
To: ILUG social <social at linux.ie>
Sent: 30 September 1999 15:15
Subject: Re: [ILUG-Social] Re: [ILUG] Raph Levien Interview
> On Thu, 30 Sep 1999, Dave Airlie wrote:
> > >> > What's on your desk right now?
> > >
> > Well everyone else has why not me :-)
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