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  • Re: The Law of Equivalent Exchange

    I wrote too soon. Just when I was ''praising'' the other monitor for ''behaving'' itself the past two years. As though in attempt to mock me, this obedient monitor of mine fizzles out in a flash tonight. Looks like I'm going to get acquainted with the ViewSonic service staff even more. Is it mere coincidence? That this happened so quickly in a ...
    Posted to Curse Diary (Forum) by icelava on November 12, 2010
  • Re: The Law of Equivalent Exchange

    Ah yes. Life's been good after I got the monitor back from the service centre, ja? After waiting bloody weeks for the necessary components to be shipped all the way from Taiwan, ja? Well, I thought so too. I thought I could put this matter to rest. But no, some children are downright cheeky and mischievous.  Those who do not understand the ...
    Posted to Curse Diary (Forum) by icelava on November 10, 2010
  • The Law of Equivalent Exchange

    In Fullmetal Alchemist, the First Law of alchemy is that of Equivalent Exchange. It states that for something that is to be obtained, something else of equivalent value has to be given. This roughly keeps the balance of material existing in the world. So I have been operating dual monitors for a rather long time now. During that span of time, I ...
    Posted to Curse Diary (Forum) by icelava on June 5, 2010
  • The next upgrade for dual-display configurations

    It has been roughly over a year now since I permanently setup a dual-display workstation at home. The experience has been undeniably liberating. There is no hesitation on my part to recommend to anybody serious about getting some windowing productivity during their computing work to go with two, or even three, monitors. It is not an ...
    Posted to Electronic Hardware (Forum) by icelava on August 17, 2008
  • Settling in the multi-monitor league

    I have previously recorded my successful search for a suitable spacy desk (look how neat it was back then) to position my room computers. A year on, I am ready to make complete use of that real estate. Prior to retiring my five-year-old Dell Inspiron 4150, I attached to it an unused LCD monitor (the one next to the laptop on the ...
    Posted to Professional (Forum) by icelava on July 1, 2007
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