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Cornholio...
Posted: Sat Oct 23, 2010 3:36 pm
 
Just wondering if anyone else here is into multi monitors I have three
on my machine a 23" is my main center display and I have a 19" off to
one side and a 15" off to the other I think three is the limit that you
can use comfortably as more than three would require doing more than
merely moving your head slightly to see them.
 
tom_w_b at (no spam) juno.com...
Posted: Sat Oct 23, 2010 3:36 pm
 
On Oct 23, 5:36 pm, Cornholio <t... at (no spam) mybunghole.net> wrote:

Quote:
Just wondering if anyone else here is into multi monitors I have three
on my machine a 23" is my main center display and I have a 19" off to
one side and a 15" off to the other I think three is the limit that you
can use comfortably as more than three would require doing more than
merely moving your head slightly to see them.

How much is enough?

Frankly, I am surprised you don't have 3 23" ones. Go big, or go
home.

Tom
 
audiophile...
Posted: Sat Oct 23, 2010 3:36 pm
 
On Oct 23, 5:36 pm, Cornholio <t... at (no spam) mybunghole.net> wrote:
Quote:
Just wondering if anyone else here is into multi monitors I have three
on my machine a 23" is my main center display and I have a 19" off to
one side and a 15" off to the other I think three is the limit that you
can use comfortably as more than three would require doing more than
merely moving your head slightly to see them.

I've never seen the need to go more than two monitors.

e.
--
but dual monitors is _awesome_
 
tom_w_b at (no spam) juno.com...
Posted: Sat Oct 23, 2010 5:42 pm
 
On Oct 23, 11:25 pm, Cornholio <t... at (no spam) mybunghole.net> wrote:

Quote:
   How much is enough?

  Frankly, I am surprised you don't have 3 23" ones. Go big, or go
home.

Tom

Well the monitors I have are inherited from other machines except for my
23" and funds are currently limited I'll eventually have three 23" monitors.

Funds are always limited.

Tom
 
Cornholio...
Posted: Sat Oct 23, 2010 9:25 pm
 
On 10/23/2010 7:05 PM, tom_w_b at (no spam) juno.com wrote:
Quote:
On Oct 23, 5:36 pm, Cornholio<t... at (no spam) mybunghole.net> wrote:

Just wondering if anyone else here is into multi monitors I have three
on my machine a 23" is my main center display and I have a 19" off to
one side and a 15" off to the other I think three is the limit that you
can use comfortably as more than three would require doing more than
merely moving your head slightly to see them.

How much is enough?

Frankly, I am surprised you don't have 3 23" ones. Go big, or go
home.

Tom


Well the monitors I have are inherited from other machines except for my
23" and funds are currently limited I'll eventually have three 23" monitors.
 
towelie...
Posted: Sun Oct 24, 2010 12:58 am
 
I have my laptop hooked up to an external flatscreen monitor, giving me a
dual monitor setup.
 
Wyrd...
Posted: Sun Oct 24, 2010 6:20 am
 
On Oct 24, 1:16 am, audiophile <audiophi... at (no spam) gmail.com> wrote:
Quote:
On Oct 23, 5:36 pm, Cornholio <t... at (no spam) mybunghole.net> wrote:

Just wondering if anyone else here is into multi monitors I have three
on my machine a 23" is my main center display and I have a 19" off to
one side and a 15" off to the other I think three is the limit that you
can use comfortably as more than three would require doing more than
merely moving your head slightly to see them.

I've never seen the need to go more than two monitors.

e.
--
but dual monitors is _awesome_

This.

E.
--
Nothing else to add.
 
John...
Posted: Sun Oct 24, 2010 6:55 am
 
On 10/23/2010 5:36 PM, Cornholio wrote:
Quote:
Just wondering if anyone else here is into multi monitors I have three
on my machine a 23" is my main center display and I have a 19" off to
one side and a 15" off to the other I think three is the limit that
you can use comfortably as more than three would require doing more
than merely moving your head slightly to see them.

Not at home but at work I have dual display LCDs with a 24" and a 19".
Funds and space prevent the dual at home.

--
John
 
Wyrd...
Posted: Sun Oct 24, 2010 9:27 am
 
On Oct 24, 8:12 pm, Cornholio <t... at (no spam) mybunghole.net> wrote:
Quote:
On 10/23/2010 11:42 PM, tom_... at (no spam) juno.com wrote:



On Oct 23, 11:25 pm, Cornholio<t... at (no spam) mybunghole.net>  wrote:

    How much is enough?

   Frankly, I am surprised you don't have 3 23" ones. Go big, or go
home.

Tom

Well the monitors I have are inherited from other machines except for my
23" and funds are currently limited I'll eventually have three 23" monitors.

   Funds are always limited.

Tom

True but they're going to be even more limited here soon as my wife is
about to be laid off. Luckily I'm the primary breadwinner so we'll get
by but it's gonna suck.

I have been the sole breadwinner for at least 9 years, but luckily I
am on a fairly decent wage for the area where I live. Things can
still be pretty tough at times.

E.
--
No new PC for me...*sulks*
 
tom_w_b at (no spam) juno.com...
Posted: Sun Oct 24, 2010 12:36 pm
 
On Oct 24, 3:12 pm, Cornholio <t... at (no spam) mybunghole.net> wrote:

Quote:
   Funds are always limited.

Tom

True but they're going to be even more limited here soon as my wife is
about to be laid off. Luckily I'm the primary breadwinner so we'll get
by but it's gonna suck.

That sucks. You don't fear a layoff for yourself, do you? Nothing
worse than that.
Something has to get the economy going. Don't ask me what, but it
isn't what they're doing now.

Tom
 
tom_w_b at (no spam) juno.com...
Posted: Sun Oct 24, 2010 12:38 pm
 
On Oct 24, 3:27 pm, Wyrd <Wyr... at (no spam) hotmail.co.uk> wrote:

Quote:
True but they're going to be even more limited here soon as my wife is
about to be laid off. Luckily I'm the primary breadwinner so we'll get
by but it's gonna suck.

I have been the sole breadwinner for at least 9 years, but luckily I
am on a fairly decent wage for the area where I live.  Things can
still be pretty tough at times.

E.
--
No new PC for me...*sulks*

When you were in the hospital, I bet that was pretty bad. The
thought, "am I going to be able to work after this?" had to come to
mind.

Tom
 
Cornholio...
Posted: Sun Oct 24, 2010 1:12 pm
 
On 10/23/2010 11:42 PM, tom_w_b at (no spam) juno.com wrote:
Quote:
On Oct 23, 11:25 pm, Cornholio<t... at (no spam) mybunghole.net> wrote:

How much is enough?

Frankly, I am surprised you don't have 3 23" ones. Go big, or go
home.

Tom

Well the monitors I have are inherited from other machines except for my
23" and funds are currently limited I'll eventually have three 23" monitors.

Funds are always limited.

Tom


True but they're going to be even more limited here soon as my wife is
about to be laid off. Luckily I'm the primary breadwinner so we'll get
by but it's gonna suck.
 
Wyrd...
Posted: Mon Oct 25, 2010 3:59 am
 
On Oct 24, 11:38 pm, "tom_... at (no spam) juno.com" <tom.madm... at (no spam) gmail.com> wrote:
Quote:
On Oct 24, 3:27 pm, Wyrd <Wyr... at (no spam) hotmail.co.uk> wrote:

True but they're going to be even more limited here soon as my wife is
about to be laid off. Luckily I'm the primary breadwinner so we'll get
by but it's gonna suck.

I have been the sole breadwinner for at least 9 years, but luckily I
am on a fairly decent wage for the area where I live.  Things can
still be pretty tough at times.

E.
--
No new PC for me...*sulks*

  When you were in the hospital, I bet that was pretty bad. The
thought, "am I going to be able to work after this?" had to come to
mind.

Tom

Yeah that thought crossed our minds quite a few times last year.
Prior to the Op no one at work would make a decision about my return
to work. However the force Doc made the decision soon after the Op
and my local managers had to re-align their thinking. What was
immensely satisfying was telling the HR lady what the Doc had said.
She had supposedly had recieved his report but stupidly had forgotten
to read it. I am convinced she had me down as never going to return
to fully duties and had probably told her managers I was one that
could be got rid of. The shock in her voice and then her back-
tracking was one of the highlights of last year.

E.
--
One Nil to the workers.
 
towelie...
Posted: Mon Oct 25, 2010 10:19 am
 
"Wyrd" wrote in message
news:20c82465-baab-418c-ba7a-6ea2dcd3b76e at (no spam) n26g2000yqh.googlegroups.com...


Quote:
You do realise all conservative thinkers will go up in flames if you
mention regulating banks.....and have you ever wondered why so many
bankers go into politics..Wink

Conservative thinkers? Isn't that an oxymoron? I've never known a
conservative who thought for himself.
 
Cornholio...
Posted: Mon Oct 25, 2010 8:49 pm
 
Quote:
You do realise all conservative thinkers will go up in flames if you
mention regulating banks.....and have you ever wondered why so many
bankers go into politics..;-)

As someone that refuses to vote I can happily make fun of the right
and left.

E.
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One of the joys of life.

This year will be the first time that I don't vote I used to follow
politics and candidates. But after the Bush administration and the Obama
one I see that both sides are exactly the same. Just out for themselves
and no one else. I have no reason to vote this year as I live in a state
where there are no ballot issues about tax issues so there's never a tax
increase to vote against. Voting for the candidates only seems to
encourage them. So are things any better in the UK or pretty much the
same over there?
 
 
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