FE. I had the impression you were on 24/7 as they say now-a-days. or 100% of the time unless you are away on duty elsewhere. I've now got a picture of you stuck in a study surrounded by three Computers and all sorts of ancillery equipment. Or in a plane with a lap-top on your knee typing away like mad.
disappointingly I only have an Advent laptop for the home PC. I've been planning to build a proper desktop for some time now, but life, work, money and the uncertainty in operating systems and compatible software / hardware has delayed it. Plus my wife saw a bracelet she liked in India which rather put paid to any plans for a new PC :)
I'm here a lot, but not 24/7 I'm afraid. Sometimes I'm with clients, sometimes I'm in my office (the non-home one), and sometimes I'm here, at home in my office. Sometimes I'm in the car, driving between a couple of those locations.
Then again, sometimes I'm in some hotel room, or business centre, or even in a client's office, using the network to edit the forum, when I should be advising on some aspect of IT strategy. Sometimes - and it's very relaxing, I can tell you, I'm in the air somewhere.
In both offices I have three screens when I'm working here - one with membership lists, access stats, and all that kind of stuff on it, and two live, on the site. Lots of coffee is drunk at all times, and the occasional Red Bull at night. I often listen to music (on headphones, the best I can buy), or watch TV on a fourth screen whilst I'm working.
My home PC spends about 12 hours a day Crunching on WCG projects. You can find out more at click here My laptops are used mainly for work & are networked to a small server for business use only for security reasons.