If you are thinking about adding a larger monitor to your workspace, you might want to checkout these articles:
- Large Monitors for Productivity – Jason Calacanis
- The Large Display Paradox – Jeff Atwood
- Increase Your Productivity – Buy a Large Monitor! – Andrew Mason
- Dual Monitor Display Increases Productivity – Chris
- A Large Monitor Makes You More Productive – Jeremy Zawodny
- Big Monitors Can Increase Productivity? – DanB
- Enhance Your Productivity with Multiple Monitors – Mike Gunderloy
- Multiple-Monitor Productivity: Fact or Fiction? – Patrick Dubroy
Niels Bom says
Google/Delicious/Stumbleupon/Web2.0 also give lists…
I like the more content oriented posts of P501.
Neil Kelty says
I recently added a 22-inch Dell monitor for just a little over $200. It has totally changed the way I work and makes every thing so much easier. I prefer to run my MacBook Pro in closed-lid mode, but I do have the potential of having an additional 15 inch screen there.
Absolutely the best computer accessory I’ve every purchased.
I have just got my new 22″ widescreen monitor last week. Still getting used to it, but I can see how easy it is when it comes to doing research. I can have multiple windows side by side, just like the old times when I have multiple books scattered all over a large desk. Very convenient.
When I use graphics programs like Photoshop or AutoCAD. I can move all the tool bars to the sides and have a clear central area for working.
Mark Shead says
@Niels – Thanks for your comment. I generally try to stick with content oriented posts, but every few weeks I’ll do a list of links and summaries on a relevant topic. I’ve had several people say that this was useful and they generally these types of posts get a decent amount of traffic.
What does everyone else think? Are the list of links useful in moderation or should I avoid them entirely?