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@meow: To avoid having a meta-argument about discussing #C03RZGPG1 in #C03RZGPG1. Is policing it that hard really worth it? Anyone who's bothered by the level of traffic there currently should just mute it (IMHO).
I'm not an admin so it isn't up to me. People complain. About a lot of things. I would tell them to buck up and grow a pair. Good thing I'm not an admin.
15" if you don't move around a lot. 13" if you do. If you have any plans of working on a plane, the 15" is too big.
It’s the only one that I know of that hot-swaps the two video chips. It’s quite fast overeall.
That’s a consideration, definitely, but I’ve never had a problem with a 15” on a plane.
I only say because my 13" appears to be the width of most economy tray tables. And if the person in front of me doesn't recline too far I'm all good on height.
@akiva: You're real problem is trying to eat gumbo while working on your oversized laptop on the airplane. 😉
I have a 13” now because my 15” died a horrible death. But when I traveled with my 15”, it was okay as long as I had a window seat on a decent airline.
A friend of mine used to travel with one of the old 17” ones and would get regularly beat up by angry passengers.
I once ruined a Macbook Air, well actually my wife did, by spilling water on it. I'm very cautious since then, even in trains, when people are passing by or when I'm drinking tea behind my desk
I was on an international train once. Liquid was leaking from someones luggage above the seats.
Something similar happened to me. I had one of those cheap/usually-handed-out-for-free water bottles in my bag and I didn’t screw the cap on properly, it fell over on its side and was slowly filling up my backpack, with my laptop in it, with water
Hah true. I’m still angry that my old-style Mac Pro has no modern monitors compatible with it and my old 24” Cinema display is dying slowly.
Talking about another first world problem, I bought a 25" Dell screen, but I find the resolution too high... the letters are too small...
Maybe now. I checked a couple of years ago and there was no DisplayPort-to-Thunderbolt converters and sites were reporting that Apple wasn’t going to allow it to happen, third-party or otherwise.
There maybe updated ATI cards which might have Thunderbolt but, again, haven’t researched. My Mac Pro’s in storage.
I have one but I prefer the Magic Trackpad. And I have a really nice Kensington Trackball for gaming.
Nah, my MacBook Pro is new enough (purchased just a few months ago) that it has all Thunderbolt ports.
Yeah. It’s way too tiny. I’d rather just see about propping up an iPad with a keyboard.
The one with the new funky keyboard? Some friends of mine complained about typing on it but I had no trouble.
I've used a Magic Keyboard lately, it's more flat than the previous wireless keyboard
Right on. I cook along at a good pace on the standard MacBook Air/Pro keyboards but you put me behind my CODE Keyboard (also in storage, sadly), I hit about 10-20 wpm higher.
just ordered an ergodox infinity with zealio 65g. currently typing on an ergodox-ez with brown gaterons
and this is why my mechanical keyboard flares up a bit of RSI https://clojurians.slack.com/archives/off-topic/p1455571552000088
Yeah, I want to get… the browns? With like the one layer dampeners. They should still pop but shouldn’t be so loud.
yup, Most of the people around me sit with their headphones on though .. that was before I got this too though lol
I have an old 104-key terminal-style keyboard from waaaay back in the day and it sounds like a machine gun.
What do you guys think of the Boss QC 25 headphones? I like the idea of noise cancelling, but the sound is too flat for my taste.
I'm Typing on a Filco Majestouch at the moment, blank keys .. Have to admit though I am a big fan of the sound
I like the sound of keyboard when I'm typing, not when I'm hearing someone else typing furiously
while I was working at lockheed, some of the hardened server hardware had buckling spring keyboards that I'm pretty sure are custom made for the racks - I could hear them over the server farm fans they were so clicky
@borkdude, I get that. And it’s why I’ve never brought my CODE into work. It’s loud-as-hell.
Hahaha. @lucien.knechtli, I’m capricious about it. Some people type… nicer? than others? Some people even on a laptop I want to smack in the back of the head.
also pretty sure that I could have taken a fireaxe to those keyboards and have barely made a dent
By the time you factor in other people typing, and the hustle and bustle of chatter it really isn't too bad
unless you sit by sales. then you pretty much need headphones. can't wait for the office move next month - we'll have enough space to actually have some sound separation between teams
I have a friend who literally loses his shit if he hears anyone eating with their mouths open.
As a kid, I had astronomically bad ear infections and so I have a lot of damage. Good thing for me: I have remarkably good hearing in spite of the scarring; Bad thing for everyone else: I can listen to music extremely loud without concern.