#MEGADESKKKK! The Big B’log Web Log Pt. 4

#Megadesk was supposed to be a happy occasion. It was to be a one year diagnosis anniversary gift to myself, a giant leap forward in my efforts to become more “mobile” and organized, and it was supposed to help facilitate my #gameart and #gamedev. The plan was simple:...
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#TBT When I Tried to get by with an Adjustable Laptop Cart.

It didn’t work. Adjustable laptop carts don’t work. Hence, #megadesk. Reprinted here for your approval: By now you’ve surely heard about the health benefits of standing at your desk. But standing desks can be cost prohibitive. Can you get away with an adjustable laptop cart? Pictured in my...
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#MEGADESKKKK! The Big B’log Web Log Pt. 3

The Ergotron desk saga begins! In comparison to #megacart’s requirements, the desk portion of #megadesk’s requirements were decidedly sparse. It needed to: Change and maintain suitable elevations, ie, be sit-stand Be pneumatic or pneumatic-like; no pin and post, crank, or motor schemes These requisites narrow the field quite...
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#MEGADESKKKK! The Big B’log Web Log Pt. 2

#Megadesk is to be comprised of #megacart and a desk not yet mega. Building #megadesk proved folly, but by searching “utility cart” instead of “computer cart,” I was able to find some things somewhat promising. And at prices far less than it would cost to build my own....
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#MEGADESKKKK! The Big B’log Web Log Pt. 1

The #megadesk saga begins with the construction of #megacart, a computer cart. Typically construction with a #mega or ultra prefix ends with a lesson in humility and human folly. The tales involve engineers whose hubris brought them too close to the proverbial sun, whose mechanical colossi crumbled with...
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#ScreenshotSaturday! Chess Tactics RPG feat. @tenpoundpixel!

#ScreenshotSaturday! Chess Tactics RPG feat. @tenpoundpixel! I’ve been rolling out the Chess Tactics RPG announcement, slowly, in bits and pieces over the course of a few years now. Part of the problem, as described in this indieview podcast, has been deciding which of my 7 favorite projects to...
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