Posts tagged “office”.
This one made me think of how stale the 30″ Cinema Display, with the plain aluminum frame, looks these days. It makes me think of OS X 10.4 Tiger. The new displays scream Snow Leopard.
[Via Minimal Mac.]
Another entry from the “iMacs in the wordspace” desk – this time either a G5 or Intel Mac.
Love the chair, but I wonder how comfy it is?
[Via Design Sponge.]
An iMac G4 makes the perfect addition to any workspace, even ones with chill-inducing dog decorations adorning the wall.
It looks like a modest 15″ edition running OS X 10.4 Tiger, the same as mine. Here’s another workspace featuring an iMac G4 that’s a bit more my style. Love the chair.
Another example of an iMac used in an office, with great effect. Last time it was a G4 (my favorite). This time, either a G5 or an early Intel iMac.
The workspace, from Apartment Therapy, is an example of a “floating desk” design for cramped offices.
I like how the iMac’s screen seems to float in mid-air, too, with the white body of the iMac blending into the wall behind it.
Which makes me wonder: will we see computer screens hung on a wall, like high-def TVs are now? Would you run the cords through the wall, so it appeared to float? I’d love to see one.
Tons of books and all. I wish my own office were that clean and tidy.
Happy Macworld Keynote Day. I’ll probably be catching the live blog feed somewhere (Gizmodo usually does a nice job) and hoping for some kind of cool announcement. I actually thought about going to Macworld this year, and just as I was about to hit the “purchase tickets” button, the news hit that Steve Jobs wasn’t going to be there.
Much like Apple, my decision was financially-based: can I really afford a trip out to California?
So I may have missed my chance to see Steve Jobs deliver a “one more thing” announcement forever. But hey, there’s always WWNC.
Demigods in Canada, and virtually unknown in the U.S., The Tragically Hip are the greatest live band I’ve ever seen.
So it was a heckuva treat to see some classic Macs sitting at the desks during the Hip’s “My Music at Work” video:
Gord Downie, the lead singer, has either a classic 128/512k Mac or a Mac SE – I can’t make out which. The video seems to be a rip on the drudgery of work, but they picked the wrong computer to represent such an idea; a Packard Bell would’ve worked much better.