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by Nov 4, 2013Personal, Tech3 comments

2013-10-18 10.17.22

My new favorite way to write: a widescreen tipped up vertically.

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  1. Philip Larson

    Can’t find the smart phone. 🙂

    In the 1990s, this monitor direction was typical for secretaries: it enabled them to view a page of text. Hardly anyone else purchased such a monitor. I expect that they were fairly expensive. B&W only, as I recall.

  2. Mark L Ward Jr

    The 1990s… I’ve heard of those. But this is actually a pretty standard, wide-screen, Dell monitor—1920×1080. It just happens to have a bracket which allows it to be flipped. I just love it.

  3. Dustin B.

    New desk location? Looks different than I remember your old desk being.