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Transform your computer screen into a living fish tank with these aquarium screensavers for Microsoft Windows and/or Mac OS X. These freeware and shareware screensavers feature varying degrees of realism, interactivity, species of fish, aquarium accessories and decor.
Aquarium For Mac
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Wondering what to do with that old computer collecting dust in some corner of your home? It's completely useless, but you still can't bring yourself to throw it away when you think about how much it cost. Well, before you lug that old monitor out to the garbage heap, consider this: with about $80, a little time, the right tools and materials, and some good advice, you can transform your monitor into an aquarium. Time and money are hard enough to come by, but finding good advice is the real trick. Jim Lower, however, has some for you. The Sarasota, Fla., computer programmer has built 50 of these computer tanks himself out of different Macintosh monitors, transforming them into living screensavers.
Lower first started this hobby in 1995 when he was living in Tulsa, Okla., in order to make a few extra dollars. Roughly following a design he found on the Internet, his first project was the "Macquarium," a 2 1/2 gallon tank that was fitted into an old Mac SE case. It leaked during the testing phase, only a few hours after it was filled. Frustrated at his failure but driven by the challenge of successfully completing what he set out to do, Lower went back to the drawing board. He redesigned some basic parts in the plan, using plexiglass instead of glass and designing a different scheme for the filtration system. His next attempt, a 5-gallon tank fitted into an old Macintosh XL (a.k.a. Apple Lisa) was a success. Five years later, this "Lisaquarium" still decorates Lower's living room, providing a suitable home for his pair of gouramis.
Lower has built aquaria out of everything from the 2 1/2 gallon SE, and other Mac "classics" like the Mac Plus, to a 12-gallon Apple Monochrome Two-Page Display. One of his tanks is exhibited at the Computer WAREhouse in Tulsa, Okla., where it is home to an array of living color as the official store aquarium. But of all the different models Lower has transformed, the Lisaquarium, he says, is the easiest to make and maintain. This model provides room for higher-powered lights and more fish than in the SE (Macquarium) models, but doesn't take as long to build as others of comparable size.
If you want to transform your own monitor into an aquarium, go to Jim Lower's Web site. There, you can find extensive details about the models and their conversion designs, view pictures of the aquaria during different phases of construction, and get plans and advice. And if you happened to be a cat lover, and wondering what to do with the processor of your old IBM PC, you can check out another one of Lower's creative ideas. All Mac lovers will agree, it is an appropriate design even for the newest PC models: a litter box.
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The iMac was built to be pretty. So why not sidestep the difficulty of recycling e-waste by making discarded iMac carapaces into something attractive for the home? Jake Harms had the clever idea to make them into aquariums, for "Mac and fish enthusiasts worldwide." The cases for his pre-made iMacquariums are sourced from recyclers, so you're not exactly saving a computer from the dump, but he also offers a kit for building your own.
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