Show us your desktop

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Come on don't be shy. Here's mine:

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The slovenly approach:
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this image might disappear when i clear out my idisk...
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I find it surprising that none of you use Quicksilver

It's made my OS at least 50% more effective. I'm so hooked - I wish I could get rid of the spotlight icon.
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A tad messy...

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Due to the tender age of some of you, I think I'll sit this one out. Wink

"Yes, well, that's the sort of blinkered, Philistine pig-ignorance I've come to expect from you non-creative garbage."
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Funny you should post this now, I just cleaned it up for the winter holiday. That normally never happens.
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I can't stand a messy desktop. Echt. It distracts me--or something. I just don't like it.
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Well, if everybody else is inlaying their backgrounds and messing up the screen width, I guess I better add mine to the crop. Rasp

http://akb825.xmgfree.com/images/background.png

That's one of the pictures I made with my fractal drawing program. I cycle through 11 of them every half hour. All those pictures (in 1024x768 and 1680x1050) and the program can be found on my website here. [/shameless self-promoting]

Edit: bah, it may not be obvious, but the "here" is indeed a link.
Editx2: decided to be nice and make it a link.
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I, too, feel the need to have as empty of a desktop as possible. I only have things there that are of any urgency. Being that school is over in a week and a half and I still have 8 unfinished assignments for my Java class, that made the cut Smile. I also always have iTunes available in one form or another.
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I have 126 items on my desktop.

(how many bzflag icons can you count?)
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blobbo Wrote:I find it surprising that none of you use Quicksilver

It's made my OS at least 50% more effective. I'm so hooked - I wish I could get rid of the spotlight icon.

I find it surprising that all of us have Tiger!
Rasp

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