I agree. The unexpected ain't always that bad though. I planned on seeing people's workstations. You know, desks and stuff. Maybe even a register. One thing that would be unexpected that I didn't plan on seeing is something random like someone's workstation being an actual stage. A stage with a disco ball, neon and blacklights... A fireman's pole that ain't used for responding to 911 calls.
Rack city, rack rack city byyytch.
Ten ten ten, twenties and them fifties byyytch.
This is my typical setup.
All my PCs have 2 monitors ... well 3 if you include my Tablet PC which rarely leaves me.
The Portrait view of my Widescreen monitor is to allow easy viewing of documents (mostly PDF and Word).
I should mention I have a huge ass Toshiba Satellite S8950 that I absolutely love. It's my portable desktop. Not pictured here because clearly no room but I'll use that simultaneously on a fold out table I have haha.
I also have a Dell Inspiron 1525 that I converted to ubuntu and upgraded with whatever could be upgraded. Runs like a champ but I don't expect it to do anything stupendous. I use the Dell set-up for typing up papers and easier portable laptop.
And just behind the curtain is another tower but not complete yet :\ plan on using it as a server.
I've considered a 2nd monitor for some time now and will probably upgrade my station after Christmas