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    Cool Post Your Desktop Screenshots - 2008


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    A week old, and I'm the first to share my scanty screenshot..



    Anyway, this is a FreeBSD 6.2 (low-end) laptop running fluxbox. The lovely background I got from caedes.net (which I know nothing about other than I liked some of their artwork). The Austin weather is courtesy adesklets + weatherforecast.

    That's it. Clean and simple.

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    Nothing much to see here either, Gentoo-2007 + KDE 3.5.7, The Weather App is Superkaramba with Liquid Weather, the background is of unknown origin and I'm using the crystal Project Iconset.
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    A pretty vanilla Ubuntu 7.10, only thing I added was shortcuts and CPU monitors to the panel. I like Gnome enough now that I don't feel the urge to change it.


    KDE4...well plasma running in Gnome...
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    I really like all the above! Very nice guys! Y'all know me by now. King of the simple and austere desktop.

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    Mine's pretty plain. Like some others, I'm pretty happy with the way Gnome looks so I don't do much other than periodically change my wallpaper. I snapped this while working on a rant.

    http://www.techiemoe.com/pics/myDesktop07jan2008.png

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    nice desktops

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    Quote Originally Posted by techieMoe View Post
    Mine's pretty plain. Like some others, I'm pretty happy with the way Gnome looks so I don't do much other than periodically change my wallpaper. I snapped this while working on a rant.

    http://www.techiemoe.com/pics/myDesktop07jan2008.png

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    63 degrees C, Moe?!?!

    I didn't know it got that hot in Texas.

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