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On Fri, Mar 1, 2013 at 2:54 PM, Fabian Rodriguez
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I think you meant:

Regarding the monitors, it's my opinion this is worse. They are still
clearly recognizable but have buttons,

Just to clear a few things up:

The new pictures are based on images of all-in-one machines made by
ZaReason or System76 (I think they both use the same OEM as their
supplier), such as this one:

This page includes the donated images (along with licensing info, etc..):

...and modifies Apple's design. I am not even sure Apple
couldn't send a takedown notice since you're deriving their design for
other uses.

Do you mean the feet of the computers?

The iMac foot has no "toes" (if you will.. :-), but the other computer
design has a foot with two toes.

Two toes:

No toes:

Perhaps we could see how img_slider #2 and #3 would look with toes?

In terms of wanting to distance the design from an iMac, what if we
tweaked the color of the foot to make it a little darker or gave it a
tint? I'm not sure how much time such tweaks would take for the
graphic designers, but a small touch might help to alleviate ongoing

Getty Images has a bunch. I trust TDF has some funds to dedicate to
this. Here are a few examples:

Those are all images of computer monitors, not of all-in-one machines.
My task (as I understood it) was just to get images of all-in-one
computers. If the designers here would like me to dig up some images
of computer monitors or other equipment, I'd be happy to oblige.
Please just drop me a note :-)

-- Robinson 'qubit' Tryon

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