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Bedside Electronics

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I'm a typical computer geek that can't go to sleep without having the essential electronics at my bedside. First off, I make sure that I have my iBook by my side; it's the first thing I use before going to sleep and after waking up. Next, I have to have my iPod at my bedside, hey, sometimes I can't go to sleep so without listening to some music first. Next, I have to have my Sony PSP.

So, do you guys have a stack of electronics laying by your bedside? Is this just me or is this typical computer geek behavior?
 
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I may be out of the running, but because I'm in a dorm, I have EVERYTHING by my bedside. hahaha, only slightly kidding. My computer and printer is on my desk behind my bed and I have my ipod and alarm clock next to me. At my foot, is a glow in the dark Pez dispenser...'cause pez is amazing. hahaha. But I also have my gameboy under my bed....I think that's it...all I can see at this moment...oh and my cell is next to my bed
 
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does an alarm clock count? it has a electronics in it.
 
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sonofapplepm

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If i left all that stuff next to my bed my kids would take and hide it when i am not around!! HA HA
 
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I have pretty much all my techy stuff under my bed ... but seening as its impossible to have a bedside table .. other than the top of the PowerMac G5 do I win???
 
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I keep my Powerbook next to my bed on a bookshelf (I'm afraid I would roll over it if I left it on the bed). I also have a voice controlled alarm clock. Oh, and I keep my minidisk player and cd player (when I'm too lazy to burn the cd to disc.
 

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My office used to be my bedroom, but now I only have my alarm clock and cell phone next to my bed.. and believe me.. Im very happy about that :)
 

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I keep my ipod there a lamp my phone is there too and near by is my PowerBook [which is the best computer i have ever owned other then my other macs ;-) (I had a Quadra 610 running all the way up until i got my PowerBook then things started to happen; First it was a iPod then G5 then a iBook) ]
 
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