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Today's featured workspace comes from reader and Flickr user fuád, who made an attractive home office with not much more than a simple desk and gray walls. What makes the room interesting is the contrast of the desk to the wall, plus the addition of several colorful photos of all sizes. The nice thing about starting with a dark gray is that it's easy to add just a little color and make the room look awesome.
DIYer Tak took a clever IKEA product and made it even more useful, by turning it into a completely hideable workspace complete with a desktop computer inside. IKEA's Vika Veine is a very cool desk on its own: It opens up to reveal your workspace, complete with a felt-lined inside that can be used as a bulletin board and even comes with pockets for your stuff.
I've noticed the avatars are all different depending on which screen you're on.
Mmmm, I love HDR photography of automobiles. HDR, or High Dynamic Range, allows you to capture a larger range of brightness than is visible to the human eye (or film).