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Tools of the Trade

Hardware
  • Macbook Pro: 17", 2 intel @ 2.4 GHz, 4GB RAM
  • Secondary display: 26" Visio Computer Display
  • Wireless Logitech LX8 Mouse
  • Wireless Apple Keyboard
  • Philips Noise canceling headphones
Software
Hosting

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  1. More or less the same, except hardware:

    iMac 20" 2.4GHz, 4GB ram, 1.5TB HD

    MBP 17" - same specs as iMac with 320GB HD.

    Hackintosh: (EP45-UD3P mobo) 3.6GHz core 2 duo, 8GB ram, 9500gt graphics. w/ two 22" mointors


    Additional software:
    I use 'textmate'...

    'VMware fusion' for cross-browser testing.

    'telepor't for keyboard and mouse sharing.

    'Grow'l of course

    'menu meters' for hardware monitoring

    screen-sharing: ichat, skype or yuuguu

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