is what I look at most of the day.

On the other hand, this

is the view out my bedroom window at sunset. hit counter html code


21 Responses to “FYI”
  1. catwalk says:

    life is a matter of degrees, isn’t it?

  2. Anonymous says:

    Hey, where’s Trinity?

  3. ayrn says:

    Wow. CRT. I can’t even work on those anymore; too many headaches.

  4. emeraldsedai says:

    Heh. My monitor’s a little better than yours, but my view is a whole lot worse. You win.

  5. thunder24 says:

    How in god’s name do you work on such a tiny CRT?

  6. greyaenigma says:

    My desk may be more cluttered than yours, but I suspect your is infinitely more productive.

    And the view outside my window is OK, when I think to leave the house.

  7. earthsage14 says:

    Damn you, So Cal! For your palm trees, unobstructed sunsets, and generally warmer weather.

    Nor Cal is still better, though.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Is that a glue stick?

    I guess you still cut and paste the old fashioned way.

    And by the looks of your monitor, I guess that’s just how you roll.

    • Todd says:

      I’ve had flat-screen monitors in the past and given them to other people — this one is brighter, sharper and has better color. I’m sure the technology has improved since I bought my system in 1822.

  9. teamwak says:

    Is that Superman, Wonderman, and Buddha? You just need Buddy Jesus from Dogma and you;d have all bases covered.

  10. greyaenigma says:

    Incidentally, I was at the PIFF screening for Snow Angels last night, with the special guest David Gordon Green (writer/director) and he made a comment about how he hated “great scripts” with clever dialog. It reminded me about the scriptwriting discussion on overly clever dialog, and made me wonder what the threshold was between well-written and clever.

  11. Hey, your desk looks messier than mine! I don’t feel quite so bad now.

    So, do you have a window in the room with the computer? I think that would be more like torture trapped in a room with that view. To console you, I could send you an enlarged picture of my snow-laden Midwestern backyard you can tape over the window to make you feel like you’re not missing out on anything special.

    • Todd says:

      I do have a window in my office. It’s a window into my imagination.

      Seriously though, my office is in the basement. This is not ideal. However, the basement also contains my kickass screening room with its nine-foot screen, which is a much better window in my opinion.