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As far as desk accessories go, this is as close to a must-have as you can get if you are a devout Apple fan. Sadly I don’t believe it is for sale to the general public. If you know more about the picture above, specifically who the lucky SOB who has a glowing Apple logo on his desk is, and how he got it, please share with the rest of us in the comments section. 
- Frank Valletutti @vtti)
**UPDATE** - Reader “Macguruireland” points to this eBay auction from eBay seller SS-Design-Shop. So I stand corrected, it IS available for sale. And I think it goes without saying that you should buy it. 

As far as desk accessories go, this is as close to a must-have as you can get if you are a devout Apple fan. Sadly I don’t believe it is for sale to the general public. If you know more about the picture above, specifically who the lucky SOB who has a glowing Apple logo on his desk is, and how he got it, please share with the rest of us in the comments section. 

- Frank Valletutti @vtti)

**UPDATE** - Reader “Macguruireland” points to this eBay auction from eBay seller SS-Design-Shop. So I stand corrected, it IS available for sale. And I think it goes without saying that you should buy it. 

2 Notes

Melvin Chua

1.) What is your name and where in the WWW (Whole Wide World) do you live?

Melvin:  My name is Melvin and I live in a small semi-rural community in North Carolina. I was born, and received all my pre-baccalaureate education, in Singapore. I went to college in Tempe, Arizona, moved to Florida to begin my career, and eventually ended up here in North Carolina.

2.) What do you do for a living, what pays the bills? And what is the thing you do when you are not doing the thing that pays the bills?

Melvin:  I am an aerospace engineer and work as a senior test engineer for aircraft tires. I work full-time, from 8 to 5, which leaves me nights and weekends to pursue my other interests and hobbies, fortunately.

When I am not at work, I enjoy movies, music, reading, astronomy, working on my Volvos, photography, radio-controlled (RC) cars and chasing the latest consumer electronics. But my first love has always been computers and anything computer related.

I was always fascinated by computers, but it was my freshman year in college when I suddenly developed an almost fanatical obsession with them. The media in the early 1990’s was saturated with “CGI-enhanced” offerings featuring realistic computer renderings and special effects, which fed my desire to learn more about what these amazing machines could do. I bought my first computer, a Macintosh IIci with a Motorola 68030 processor in October of 1992 for college work, but secretly wished that I could use this machine to crunch numbers like a CRAY supercomputer, or perhaps churn out a CGI-laden Hollywood blockbuster hit or two. At one point I had even considered building my own Beowulf cluster.

3.) How much of what you do, personally or professionally, gets done at the work space featured?

Melvin:  I do absolutely no professional work in this workspace; it is strictly a playroom for the geek in me. 

This home office was designed specifically to be the “mission control center” of my house, a room where I could consolidate all my computing hardware into one organized space. Some people build a workshop in the garage, a high-end home theater or a gourmet kitchen - I have a server room. Ethernet jacks in the house terminate directly into this room, not to a patch panel inside a closet, like most others. With this room, the rest of my home can remain computer free. Two servers are constantly powered on to provide services for the network. They are hot and noisy, so it is nice to be able to isolate them from the rest of my living spaces.

4.) Typically, what time of the day do you normally find yourself at this desk, and for how long? Night owl, early bird? 

Melvin:  I am usually in this room at least two hours every weeknight and almost all day on weekends if I have no other pressing commitments. This room gets the most use out of all the rooms in my house.

5.) How much of what gets done at your desk is for work, how much is it to scratch your own creative itch?

Melvin:  I consider everything I do in this room to be for pleasure, and “work” only to maintain the systems. I really enjoy spending time in this room as it was created with my unique requirements in mind. The little “work” I do comprises mainly of applying system updates and data housekeeping. This is the room that I actually come to relax in.

I do not consider myself creative or do any creative work here. My systems are merely instruments to keep my digital life organized, not as vehicles for creative endeavors. I do, on occasion make a home movie or two, but that hardly qualifies.

6.) What are the essentials that can be found on your desk more times than not? How about those items just out of reach or out of sight? If it’s not on top of your desk what are the things you most often grab out of a top draw or cabinet? 

Melvin:  My iPhone, a beverage and handwritten notes containing assorted information. Occasional items are stored away in receptacles on my shelves. 

I have a drawer full of 80pin LVD drives which I have acquired over the years as spares for the IBM Netfinity (they are becoming increasingly rare) and several drawers full of computer parts. I find writing electronic notes to myself on the computer quite unnatural, so I use a archaic system … post-it notes. I have four holders full of pens and a stack of post-it notes on the first shelf and within reach when I need to jot something down. Then use the Lexan panel on the side of a computer as a post-it wall.

Items out of sight but in the room…

7.) What beverage/food/snack can one usually find at your desk, and why?

Melvin:   I keep a cup of water or juice nearby. I get thirsty quite a lot.

8.) Do you have any reasoning or anecdotes that lend some insight into why your desk is setup the way it is, or the thinking behind certain item(s)?  How about the things around your desks? Decoration, wall art, figurines, statues, etc? Any particular reason behind those?

Melvin:  My setup is what I categorize as “utilitarian”. Contemporary décor is beautiful, but difficult to implement properly in a small room with so much computer hardware. The room has to remain functional but yet retain a hint of the contemporary spirit. Cable management is another problem as cable clutter is unavoidable. The conundrum of where to place all the computer displays, CPU enclosures and battery backups but yet keeping it visually appealing had me looking at other people’s workspaces on Flickr for inspiration.

I wanted a very long bench but found this modular desk and printer stand better suited  to the smaller dimensions of this room. The vanity panel served another purpose, to keep all the unsightly cables off the floor and out of sight. Even cable runs from one end of the desk to the other can easily be hidden, but yet remain fully accessible. 

I bought 6 shelves with concealed mounting brackets (IKEA - LACK series) to add visual interest and storage to the bare walls.  LED spots could then be secured to the top shelves to illuminate the dim workspace underneath. These new lights also highlight a few whimsical items on the shelves and serve as facial lighting during my Skype video conferencing sessions at night.

Servers and seldom used workstations are grouped to the left while frequently used computers are made more accessible by positioning them closer to the center of the desk.

I have kept the walls stark white and prefer to use furniture and artwork to accent my spaces. It was almost too tempting to choose black, stainless steel and glass for this room, which I find too pedestrian. I prefer warmer colors and rich earth tones which will contrast nicely with the cold steel cases and black plastic. 

9.) How much of what you do, or aspire to do, influences your desk setup, tangibly and intangibly. 

Melvin:  I like to multitask so it helps if I can comfortably reach several workstations from my chair. I also do not discard obsolete computer hardware but appropriate them for other purposes. All of the older Macintoshes in the room have Linux installed and kept as spare servers for my network. They were my main workstations at some point in the distant past.

I am an engineer, so I have probably seen quite a few impressive labs and control rooms over the years. I must have said to myself at one time or another, “Wow, I want a room like that when I grow up!” I may have subconsciously modeled this room after the control room in Jurassic Park too.

10.) Are you a Mac or are you a PC? What machine(s) are setup and used at your desk? If you are a little bit of both tell us why. How about any other tech gear that can be found at your desk or in your home?

Melvin:  I am both a Mac and a PC, and a Linux user on both of these platforms. Each OS has distinct advantages over the other. I have an iMac with OSX, a home-built PC running Ubuntu 64-bit Linux, another home-built WinXP gaming PC, a Macintosh G4 server with OSX, a IBM with WinXP and two IBM RAID servers with Ubuntu Linux.

When friends visit for the first time, the first tech gear that catches their eye as they step into the house are a pair of Magnepans. They are 4-feet tall, 1-inch thin, magnetic-planar speakers. The other tech gadgetry worthy of mention are my Bang & Olufsen stereo hanging on my bedroom wall, a Roland digital piano and an 8-inch Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope.

11.) What’s the one piece of gear you could not live without?

Melvin:  I cannot live without my iPhone 4. I keep track of my personal finances and the maintenance schedule for both my cars on it.

12.) What piece of gear cannot be found on your desk, but you wish it could be?

Melvin:  I have a Thermaltake Level 10 enclosure in storage. There simply isn’t enough room for this large computer tower.

13.) Software; what do you use more often than not. What helps you get the job done? And what do you not use, but hope one day to incorporate in your workflow?

Melvin:  The software that I use most often, embarrassingly is, iTunes. It runs continuously all day, everyday on my aging dual G4 server. This is because I have two Soundbridges and an Apple TV that relies on iTunes to stream music from. I eagerly await the day when a Linux port becomes available.

14.) If you could change one thing about your desk, or the room it is currently in, what would that be? 

Melvin:  I would add more registers for air conditioning. The computers can overwhelm the HVAC system in the summer months.

15.) Workspace Breakdown;

Think of as many things as possible that comprise the setup of your office or workspace, anything from the paint color on the walls to the floor mat your chair rolls on, and list them out. Who makes your desk, how about the cabinet next to your desk, your lamp, the overhead light fixture? Anything and everything you can see in the pictures shown, give as much color and background on these items as time and memory permits.

 

Melvin:   

  • IBM Netfinity 5600 – Hardware RAID5, six hot-swappable 80pin SCSI3 LVD drives. Three hot-swappable power supplies, dual processor PIII at 800MHz. Used as a backup for the server below. Ubuntu Linux version 10.04, server edition.
  • IBM Intellistation Z-Pro – Hardware RAID5, six 68pin SCSI3 LVD drives, dual processor PIII 933MHz. Network storage for the netbooks. Ubuntu Linux version 10.04, server edition.
  • IBM xSeries205 – WinXP. Used for unpacking zip archives and running windows executables. Unfortunately we live in a Windows centric world. My Sony Blu-ray player’s firmware updates come as .exe files. Volvo diagnostic programs are also windows only. 
  • Thermaltake XaserII – Non-networked. Home-built WinXP gaming machine.
  • Macintosh G4 (Digital Audio) – Network file server and iTunes music server for two Rokulabs Soundbridges and an AppleTV.
  • RaidMax Smilodon – Home-built 64-bit Ubuntu box. Used to surf the internet and online banking. This unit is used exclusively when online security is paramount.
  • iMac 20” – Digital content storage/creation (ebooks, music, videos and photos). Also desktop companion to my iPad and iPhone. Necessary when iOS firmware updates become available. Personal data management with email, contacts and calendar applications. Video conferencing platform with Skype.
  • Yamaha 2-way bass reflex speakers. Poly cone woofer and aluminum dome tweeter.
  • Oregon Scientific MSN SPOT-enabled weather station. Model WMS801. Receives weather data through radio station antennas.
  • The Station Agent movie poster, autographed by the director.
  • Sundry AppleTV, iPad and iPod packages.
  • My engineering and MBA degrees above the iMac
  • JBL Control SB-1 passive subwoofer
  • Onkyo R-805X integrated amplifier and C-707CHX 3 CD changer
  • Argonath statuettes from the LOTR DVD special edition
  • Lacie external firewire hard drive. Time machine backup drive.
  • Two IBM Thinkvision 17” displays.
  • Two Samsung 19” widescreen displays
  • Apple cinema 17” cinema display.
  • Apple BT keyboard, Magic Mouse and Trackpad.

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If you would like to learn more about Melvin Chua, his workspace, or his work, you can find him by clicking the links below;

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If you have any questions or comments about this, or any other featured setup, or you would like to have your own setup featured here on SetupsandSpaces.com feel free to email me at FValletutti@me.com.

6 Notes

Rhiannon Floyd

1.) What is your name and where in the WWW (Whole Wide World) do you live?

Rhiannon:  My name is Rhiannon Floyd and I live in Perth, Western Australia.

2.) What do you do for a living, what pays the bills? And what is the thing you do when you are not doing the thing that pays the bills?

Rhiannon:  I’m currently a student, though I do take the occasional freelance web development job, which I did full-time until recently. I’m also an aspiring writer, so when I’m not studying or working, I’m usually tapping away at my keyboard or have my nose buried in a book. I’m a music nerd (I listen to music a lot, and play drums and percussion), enjoy photography (just getting started in street photography), play video games, and have a thing for science fiction TV shows.

3.) How much of what you do, personally or professionally, gets done at the work space featured?

Rhiannon:  It’s my home setup and it gets used for study, work and play, so almost everything I do happens right here.

4.) Typically, what time of the day do you normally find yourself at this desk, and for how long? Night owl, early bird?

Rhiannon:  I spend entirely too much time at my desk—often from morning until evening—which is something I hope to change in 2011. Switching to a portable Mac and getting an iPad have both helped as they allow me to get away from the desk and continue to study/work/play within a different atmosphere. As much as I love my desk, I think it’s important to get away from it now and then and also regularly spend time away from the screen.

5.) How much of what gets done at your desk is for work, how much is it to scratch your own creative itch?

Rhiannon:  It’s always been about 50/50. I’m at the desk for any work or study that I do, but I also use this setup for my creative writing and photography pursuits.

6.) What are the essentials that can be found on your desk more times than not? How about those items just out of reach or out of sight? If it’s not on top of your desk what are the things you most often grab out of a top draw or cabinet? 

Rhiannon:  First and foremost is my 13-inch MacBook Pro. It’s where everything happens and I wouldn’t have much of a setup without it. On top of my desk are my headphones of choice (currently the Audio-Technica AD700), though for most of the day they’re on my ears instead. Within grabbing distance are my Moleskine notebooks, Fisher Space Pen, camera, iPad and the dead-tree-book I’m currently reading. Otherwise, I like to keep a pretty tidy desk. Anything that’s not meant to be on there gets put away.

7.) What beverage/food/snack can one usually find at your desk, and why?

Rhiannon:  I try not to eat at my desk because crumbs are evil, but you’ll often find a glass of water or a cup of tea on the desk somewhere. I’m a bit of a tea nerd. It’s good stuff.

8.) Do you have any reasoning or anecdotes that lend some insight into why your desk is setup the way it is, or the thinking behind certain item(s)?  How about the things around your desks? Decoration, wall art, figurines, statues, etc? Any particular reason behind those?

Rhiannon:  My desk setup has gone through many different changes over the years. Lately, I’ve been trying to simplify everything and lead a more minimalist lifestyle, which is working out pretty well. My current desk has a reasonably small footprint (necessary for space saving) but can hold a fair amount of a gear. I’ve always held the opinion that a bigger desk means more potential for clutter, so I like to keep things simple and only have and use what I need.

I used to own a 24-inch iMac which I recently replaced with a 13-inch MacBook Pro. This allows me to have three separate devices at my desk (Mac, PC, Xbox), all connected to a single external display. Having a portable Mac also lets me get away from the desk when I need to.

As for decorations and what-not, I have a few too many movie and video game figures and posters, but I’m a huge science fiction geek and like to be surrounded by the stuff that inspires me. Some of my favourites include my Terminator 2 figures, a 20-inch Alien figure on the top shelf of my desk, and a couple of signed Mass Effect lithographs on my wall.

9.) How much of what you do, or aspire to do, influences your desk setup, tangibly and intangibly. 

Rhiannon:  I’ve always tried to make my setup as efficient as possible for the tasks that I need to accomplish. Over time, my desk setup changed from strictly a place of work to a place of comfort and solitude, where I can work on my creative ideas and also spend time relaxing, listening to music, watching TV shows and gaming. I find it pretty fascinating that as my own personal goals and interests have changed, so has the look and functionality of my desk setup. I’ve been documenting this on Flickr since 2007.

10.) Are you a Mac or are you a PC? What machine(s) are setup and used at your desk? If you are a little bit of both tell us why. How about any other tech gear that can be found at your desk or in your home?

Rhiannon:  I’ve been using a Mac every day since 2004 and wouldn’t change that for the world. That said, I’ve also been using and building Windows based PCs since my early teens, so I’m quite familiar with both. But these days the PC (which is very stealthily placed on the left of my chair where you can hardly see it) is used only for gaming and playing Blu-ray movies, and gets switched on just a few times a week. The MacBook, by comparison, is used for everything else and rarely gets shut down.

All of the other tech gear I use on a regular basis includes:

In a setup all of its own is a Samsung 32-inch LCD TV, PS3, Wii and Apple TV.

11.) What’s the one piece of gear you could not live without?

Rhiannon:  I’ll give the most cliché answer and say my iPhone. It might as well be permanently attached to my body. It has become this all-encompassing multi-purpose device used for playing music, taking photos, browsing the web, playing games, checking email, taking notes, calendar, calculator, to-do lists, shopping lists, alarms, weather reporting, and everything else. Oh, and it’s an actual phone, too. Yeah, I think I’d be pretty lost without all of that stuff always in my pocket.

12.) What piece of gear cannot be found on your desk, but you wish it could be?

Rhiannon:  Right now I’d love a 27” IPS display. Since selling my iMac, I really miss a good high quality screen.

13.) Software; what do you use more often than not. What helps you get the job done? And what do you not use, but hope one day to incorporate in your workflow?

Rhiannon:  There’s a lot of fantastic software for the Mac, many of which I rely on day-to day. The apps I use most are Safari/Chrome (the browser battle continues, as does my indecision), iTunes and Mail. More specialized software includes Scrivener for writing, Aperture for photo organization and editing, Yojimbo and Notational Velocity for note taking, Coda for web development, Things for tasks and project organisation, and Twitter and iChat for… well, procrastinating and being sociable.

I can’t think of any apps that I don’t currently use but want to. As with hardware, I like to use just the essential apps to get the job done. I’m often on the hunt for the best, most efficient piece of software for a particular task, and when I find it I tend to use it for many years.

14.) If you could change one thing about your desk, or the room it is currently in, what would that be? 

Rhiannon:  The cable spaghetti beneath my desk. It belongs in a horror movie. I really need to look for a more permanent solution for cable management. A new chair would be nice, too. Mine’s currently being held together with duct tape. No kidding.

15.) Workspace Breakdown;

Think of as many things as possible that comprise the setup of your office or workspace, anything from the paint color on the walls to the floor mat your chair rolls on, and list them out. Who makes your desk, how about the cabinet next to your desk, your lamp, the overhead light fixture? Anything and everything you can see in the pictures shown, give as much color and background on these items as time and memory permits.

Rhiannon:  Other than all the tech gear listed in #10, I also have/use:

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If you would like to learn more about Rhiannon Floyd, her setup, or her work, you can find her at the sites listed below;

RLFloyd.com

Twitter - RLFloyd

GoodReads Profile

3:30PM

Camera.rlfloyd.com

Random.rlfloyd.com

If you have any questions or comments about this, or any other featured setup, or you would like to have your own setup featured here on SetupsandSpaces.com feel free to email me at FValletutti@me.com.

2 Notes

Patrick Kalyanapu (♥pk)

1.) What is your name and where in the WWW (Whole Wide World) do you live?

pk:  My name is Patrick. The last name is Kalyanapu, which is apparently hard for people to spell and/or pronounce, so in recent years most people just call me “pk”. I have several online residences, including Madebypk.com (my portfolio), Introversion.com (my old blog, dating back to 2001), Slackluster.com (my brand new blog!), and Wetmilk.com (my experimental art site, launching soon).

2.) What do you do for a living, what pays the bills? And what is the thing you do when you are not doing the thing that pays the bills?

pk:  I’m a freelance art director / motion graphic artist. When I’m not designing for clients, I enjoy working on personal art/design projects. Basically, as long as I am creating, I am fulfilled. I also dig soccer, ping pong, music/concerts, dance, karaoke, photography, drawing, board games, films, traveling…

3.) How much of what you do, personally or professionally, gets done at the work space featured?

pk:  It all gets done here, except when I occasionally have to work onsite at a client’s office.

4.) Typically, what time of the day do you normally find yourself at this desk, and for how long? Night owl, early bird? 

pk:  I consider my work week to be 24/7, although of course I’m not working that *entire* time. My schedule is flexible, so I basically work (on either client work or personal projects) when I’m in the mood for it…which more often than not is late at night, but really, inspiration can strike at any time so I just go with the flow.

5.) How much of what gets done at your desk is for work, how much is it to scratch your own creative itch?

pk:  Depends on the week. If I’m double- or triple-booked, most of my time will of course be spent juggling my client work. But if I’m not booked on a project for a particular week, I love utilizing that free time to work on my own personal creative projects.

6.) What are the essentials that can be found on your desk more times than not? How about those items just out of reach or out of sight? If it’s not on top of your desk what are the things you most often grab out of a top draw or cabinet?

pk:  The essentials on my desk: 4 monitors, MacBook, Cintiq, 2 keyboards & 2 mice (one for PC, one for Mac Pro), Muji notepad (for my daily to-do lists), pens galore, 4 speakers (two connected to my PC, two connected to my Mac Pro, two white lamps from CB2, HP printer, and CanoScan 8800F scanner. Items just out of reach or out of sight: my trusty TI-85 calculator (same one I’ve been using since college over 10 years ago — I am old school that way, still refusing to use any calculator applications on my computers or phone), supplies galore (tucked away in various cabinets), MIDI keyboard & Apple Time Capsule (sitting on the Pablo light bench adjacent to my desk), paper cutter, hard drives galore underneath my desk, and books/magazines galore either on top of my A/C unit or in my massive room dividing bookshelves.

7.) What beverage/food/snack can one usually find at your desk, and why?

pk:  Whole wheat challah bread, blueberries, bowls of cereal, an occasional glass of almond milk, and a continually refilled glass of water. As for why, none of that stuff requires any prep time (so I don’t really have to stop working to get something to eat) and well…it all tastes good and is (reasonably) healthy.

8.) Do you have any reasoning or anecdotes that lend some insight into why your desk is setup the way it is, or the thinking behind certain item(s)?  How about the things around your desks? Decoration, wall art, figurines, statues, etc? Any particular reason behind those?

pk:  To my left I have a massive wall of inspiration where I have taped up literally hundreds (maybe thousands?) of images (graffiti, fashion, photographs, art, postcards, stickers, etc.) Even if I’m not looking at the wall directly, I feel that it just oozes creative energy which I absorb just by working in the space. I also have a bunch of cute (mostly Japanese) toys/figurines residing in my general desk area that make me happy any time I glance at them. I’m not a huge fan of chotchkies in general, but I gotta say…I love my assemblage of stuff.

As for the general layout in my apartment, I have Tracy Taylor Ward to thank for that. HGTV came and did an episode of “Freestyle” in my apartment about 5 years ago, where they basically rearranged everything more optimally. They did an excellent job, and although I’ve made several upgrades/enhancements to my apartment since then, the same core layout from the show is still in tact.

9.) How much of what you do, or aspire to do, influences your desk setup, tangibly and intangibly. 

pk:  There is a continual interplay of influence between my workspace and that which I create. My design work is often clean, orderly, minimalist, yet possessing rich complexity and vibrant colors, and this aesthetic sensibility definitely carries over into the maintenance of my workspace. Although there is plenty to look at no matter where you look, I feel as though I’ve achieved a certain serenity in the space, where one would never feel *overwhelmed*. As far as I’m concerned, a workspace has to be neat & tidy in order to be functional. Clutter would ruin me.

10.) Are you a Mac or are you a PC? What machine(s) are setup and used at your desk? If you are a little bit of both tell us why. How about any other tech gear that can be found at your desk or in your home?

pk:  I currently own 3 computers — a 13” MacBook, an 8-core Mac Pro, and a custom-made PC. I’ve hooked my 13” Cintiq monitor up to my Macbook, and I have 2 monitors connected to both my MacPro and my PC, so altogether I’m surrounded by 6 screens. My friends have referred to my workspace as NASA. I love it.

11.) What’s the one piece of gear you could not live without?

pk:  ONE?! I guess I’ll give a generic answer of “COMPUTER”. I honestly use my Mac & PC 50/50, so I can’t even say there’s ONE computer I’d run out the door with. I guess it’s like asking which of your 2 children you love the most. We’re supposed to love them equally, right?

12.) What piece of gear cannot be found on your desk, but you wish it could be?

pk:  Hmm…a light saber?

13.) Software; what do you use more often than not. What helps you get the job done? And what do you not use, but hope one day to incorporate in your workflow?

pk:  Photoshop and After Effects are my bread & butter. But I also use Illustrator and Flash…and someday I hope to start incorporating Cinema 4D

14.) If you could change one thing about your desk, or the room it is currently in, what would that be? 

pk:  I wish I had a little more apartment space to work with. (typical New Yorker sentiment).

15.) Workspace Breakdown;

Think of as many things as possible that comprise the setup of your office or workspace, anything from the paint color on the walls to the floor mat your chair rolls on, and list them out. Who makes your desk, how about the cabinet next to your desk, your lamp, the overhead light fixture? Anything and everything you can see in the pictures shown, give as much color and background on these items as time and memory permits. 

pk:  

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If you would like to learn more about pk, his workspace, or his work, you can find him at the sites listed below;

Madebypk.com (pk’s portfolio)

Slackluster.com (pk’s brand new blog)

Introversion.com (pk’s old blog, dating back to 2001)

Wetmilk.com (pk’s experimental art site, launching soon)

Twitter - pk

If you have any questions or comments about this, or any other featured setup, or you would like to have your own setup featured here on SetupsandSpaces.com feel free to email me at FValletutti@me.com.