So it’s been awhile since I last posted, this is because I was in Canada on a road trip.
Not that anyone here actually thinks of me in particular and anticipates my work, so it’s doubtful anyone noticed I was gone.
Anyhow, this is a theme with the picture they used in Bakemonogatari’s ending credits. The toolbar, if you’re wondering, comes from those “red frames” they would show all the time during the show. so yes. that is there. If you are a fan of bakemonogatari like I am then you will surely appreciate this theme.
Here’s the second installment of our God-knows-how-many-parts special!
Quoting le moi:
A certain amount of people have submitted us their works of art — in the form of desktops, of course. These people obviously spent a lot of time tweaking their Rainmeters and Rocketdocks in order to impress their friends, lovers, classmates, college professors, workmates, rivals, or even worse: an anonymous brain-eating crowd from the abysmal bowels of the world wide web (okay, I exaggerated) with their cool, if not, awesome desktops.
As you guys can already see on the slideshow above, we have more (and not to mention, COOLER) entries this time. Just like one the last time, I will describe each one of the entries and tell you how exactly did I consider them to be fitting to be featured in this post.
Since Nisemonogatari, I got nostalgic and looked up the openings and endings for Bakemonogatari, and remembered this song. Nadeko’s opening: Renai Circulation. It just makes me happy and feel all fluffy inside, especially around this time of year, when school really starts grinding. Anyway, enjoy.
So after being lazy for a long time I finally got around to hooking up my second monitor to my computer and OH GOD IT IS THE MOST USEFUL THING IN THE ENTIRE GODDAMN WORLD.
All of the previous constraints I had on rainmeters because of space and basic pretty design are pretty much gone, and I can also have an article I ‘m reading open on the bigger monitor and my actual work or something on the smaller one.
The picture below basically shows it. The smaller screen on the left is my regular screen that I do most of my stuff on, and the larger one on the right is the second monitor.
Plus it’s super fun to just flick the mouse between the two