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@praxeology @phooky nice find! I like how some of these are functionally monitor arms... thinking about a set of monitor and physical book hybrid stand...

@praxeology @liaizon yea there's no way I can justify the wheel space-wise at this point. I am planning to build a storage cabinet for swappable desktops, though.

@praxeology @liaizon that multi-book machine is great and sort of tempting.

@stephen yea that makes sense. I want something to hold it open while taking notes, but for storage I could switch it.

@phooky ah cool! I had looked around before and ordered a Book Bone, which seems like a variation of the beanbag form.Will see how that goes and then maybe also try a 'weighted drapery sausage bead' as well.

@deianeira glad to hear it! let me know how it goes for you.

Work ↓ feed.grantcuster.com/post/1615
Piecing together a PDF reader using a virtual screen shared to a tablet through VNC.

@phooky ah good to know relative thickness for laser vs CNC. Going to think it through some more.

@phooky LCD. I took the plastic enclosure off one today (similar to that electric objects prototype that was at the FFL office). Maybe I just want that exposed look with some tasteful additions. I do need/want to VESA mount it though, and in this case the metal piece with the mount was only taped on so I had to put some of the plastic back on to hold it together...

@phooky did anybody at resistor ever do work with transparent acrylic? I’m trying to think through how feasible it would be to disassemble a monitor and rebuild it with a transparent enclosure.

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