I have a home office and just purchased a new G5 computer for myself - which now brings my total to 2 computers - 2 monitors - a couple external hard drives - a scanner - and a few different epson computers
- a fax machine. I'm desperately seeking a desk configuration/solution that can accommodate all this stuff.
I'm thinking something out of a computer lab - a bit industrial/institutional - but functional - and something that saves space really isn't an issue --
The Therapist is feeling all out of sorts because not only does a reader think he's "smarmy," SKGR doesn't like his new voice either. We were inspired by Manolo's Shoe Blog, but haven't found our voice.....
This is where we would look:
- The Navigator - this is cool, high tech and minimal, but might form the center of your workspace
- Anthrocarts - these things are designed for computer junkies and can form any configuration
- Metro Shelving - you have to be a little more creative with this, but you can build anything you want, at any level, put it on wheels and run wires all over the place. A simple wide desktop for working and a lot of this shelving is a cool, cheap way to go. (Thanks, Glenn!) MGR