Desktop Madness Vol. 2

Last week’s desktop madness was brought to you by the lovely XP-Chan, and the week before that was brought to you by people who kick your ass with a sword.

Last week’s desktop madness was brought to you by the loveley XP-Chan:

And the week before that was brought to you by people who kick your ass with a sword.

Click the pictures for the full-sized wallpaper. For more anime-style wallpapers, visit www.animewallpapers.com.

Desktop Madness 2

Just for fun, and to contrast my work environment, here’s my desktop from home.

Just for fun, and to contrast my work environment, here’s my desktop from home.

It should be noted that while I use Windows XP at work, I still use Windows 2000 at home. Of course, they tend to look the same once I’ve had my way with them. I hate the XP visual style.

If you look closely, you can see Winamp and Shoutcast running – that’s what powers WKEITH Radio.

Desktop Madness

No real madness, just the start of a series of posts featuring computer pictures for your desktop background (wallpaper).

Okay, there’s not really any madness in this (unless you think I’m just mad for posting about it). This is a picture of my desktop at work, which I did just for fun.

I just find this kind of amusing, that’s all. I like to keep my desktop clean & organized (a far cry from my phyiscal desktop, which is quite cluttered), and a good wallpaper can do a lot for your mood (since you stare at it all day). I just rotated this one in, after having done the Sad Girl In Snow desktop for a while. Eventually there will be others… maybe I’ll find a way to share my desktop pictures with those who want them.

Oh and in case you’re wondering, that’s Himura Kenshin (or Kenshin Himura, depending on whether you use the Western or Japanese style of naming – first, last or last, first)… sometimes known as Battosai the Manslayer (or just Himura Battosai). He’s from the series Rurouni Kenshin… which is interesting, and I like it. 🙂

BTW: that is Winamp5 with the MMD3 skin at the top of my screen. I like that layout; it keeps the controls handy but out of the way.