posted by Thom Holwerda on Fri 25th Dec 2009 22:56 UTC
IconYou really know the tumbleweeds are rolling across the dusty plains of the internet when you have not one, but two technically pointless stories about "Show us your [PLACEHOLDER]!" Yes, I figured that while we're at it, we might as well take a look at not just our operating system's desktops, but also our real desktops.

You know, that thing or place where you actually put your computer. Is it a neat and tidy desk, or is it a filth-covered stomach-ace inducing pile of cheeto crumbs and empty cola cans? Since I'm pathologically afraid of clutter and untidiness, my desk is usually an oasis of order and cleanliness.

This is basically where 99.9% of the magic happens, where I write all my OSNews stories. Those psychology books, by the way, are remnants of the time I used to study that at university - now they serve as 90 EUR a pop platforms for raising my display (preventing strain on the neck). I wish my former professors could see that.

So, what does your computer workspace look like? Yes, you can really tell we're bored up here. My first day of Christmas (the only one that counts, the second one just kind of dangles there since I have no in-laws to go to) is already over, and there's no news to report on. Hence, more superfluous nonsense from the OSNews team!

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