Space Wallpaper

Just because I now have a shiny new Mac, and 1920x1200 glorious pixels of workspace, I banged together a desktop wallpaper using the newly released images of Saturn's moon Enceladus, with a nice little quote attached. For anyone who wants it, you can download it here (no, I'm not going to make a whole variety of sizes...I just thought I'd upload this particular creation to TDG for anyone else with 1920x1200 - sorry for being such an elitest bastard!).

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Grail-seeker's picture
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25 November 2004
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Thanks, Greg

My current wallpaper had started peeling off, but this one looks a bit crinkled already.

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Perceval

KGB's picture
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3 May 2004
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Very impressive.

red pill junkie's picture
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  • Greg gets a fancy new Mac.
  • Apple announces it will stop attending Mac World.
  • Steve Jobs will also stop doing his traditional appearance in said event.

The Conspiracy Theorist in me smells a connection there!! :-P

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It's all the rabbit SH*T you stumble over on your way down!!!

Red Pill Junkie

Kretch's picture
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1 May 2004
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I'm running a PC which boots XP Pro and OSX with a 28 inch monitor, na, na, ne ,na ,na!

earthling's picture
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22 November 2004
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Ha!

I have 7 computers that work, 4 of which I use every day.

So there ;)

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It is not how fast you go
it is when you get there.

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30 April 2004
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Earthling - the Sinclair, Commodore 64, IBM PC XT, and the other 386/33 & 486DX/66 don't count.

:)

Cheers

earthling's picture
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22 November 2004
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let me check my oldest one ...

man it takes a long time to boot ...

ok this is he one that I don't use all the time:

$ uname -a

Linux marcopolo 2.6.12-1.1381-FC3#1 Fri Oct21 03:46:55 EDT 2005 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux

this one is maybe 10 years old, but I can still use it as a local web server if I want.

The rest are less than 2 years old, the live ones.

the newest one:
uname -a
Linux pirx 2.6.27.7-134.fc10.x86_64 #1 SMP Mon Dec 1 22:21:35 EST 2008 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

and some in between, and 2 windows (ugh) machines.

Enough details ?

I won't give you my passwords :P

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It is not how fast you go
it is when you get there.