A Day in the Life, January 2009

Once a year for the past four years, give or take, I’ve taken some photos of my home office workspace – mostly for my own amusement. It’s really neat for me to be able to look back on the way I’ve changed the technology and layout of my office over the years. I have some photos of my condo in 2001, and the technology I was using then, and it’s hilarious to look at. Big-ass CRT monitors everywhere! I took these photos for this thread over on Digital Home Thoughts – the timing was great because my office hasn’t been this clean or organized in months. I cleaned it up (with Ashley’s help) because a radio reporter for the Calgary Eyeopener, a CBC Radio One program, was coming over to interview me about unboxing videos. Yes, it’s radio, but I didn’t want to answer the question “Why is your office so disorganized?”. 😉

Jason's Office, January 2009

Jason's Office, January 2009

Jason's Office, January 2009

Jason's Office, January 2009

Jason's Office, January 2009

Jason's Office, January 2009

Jason's Office, January 2009

Jason's Office, January 2009

Jason's Office, January 2009

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  • Micael

    Looks good Jason. Im tryign to clean my Office;-) WHat’s that charging solution you have in the last picture?

  • It’s a Gomadic QuadCharge. AWESOME solution!

    http://www.gomadic.com/chargingstation.html

  • Micael

    Thank you Jason. I’ve been looking to setting up an photographing area and wanted to ask what equipment do you have there?

  • You mean the white back-drop? It’s made by a company called MEDALight. I bought it at my local pro photo store – it came with the lights that attach to each side. It’s a great system, though I’m looking for something bigger now (so I can review laptops without shooting the background.

  • Cold Flame

    I love your office, Jason. Great design choices… particularly bookshelves/cupboards that are on the far wall from your desk. I believe you told me before that it is all IKEA stuff, so I presume those are a PAX Wardrobe of some variety, but they fit so perfectly they look like built-ins. Anyway, I’ve got major office-envy. lol…

    Jer

  • Cold Flame,
    The bookshelves/wall unit are actually built-in: we hired a carpenter to build them a couple of years ago. The U-shaped desk is IKEA though.

  • Cold Flame

    Oh… well that makes more sense. =) Looks like he did a great job. No matter what they are, I’m still jealous. 😉