Cult of Mac Readers Show Us Where They Blog [Gallery]

Cult of Mac Readers Show Us Where They Blog [Gallery]

Are you following Cult of Mac on Instagram yet? If not, you probably should because it’ll change your entire Instagram experience from “kinda cool” to “insanely amazing.” Last week we asked readers to show us where you spend your time blogging or surfing the web. You guys took to Instagram and Twitter and showered us with photos revealing small glimpses into your digital lives. There was a lot of great photos to sort through but here are the ones that we thought stood out the most.

Cult of Mac Readers Show Us Where They Blog [Gallery]

We love Andreas Nilsson’s lighting in this picture of his blogging tools.

Cult of Mac Readers Show Us Where They Blog [Gallery]

Instagram user grijalva keeps a Bamboo drawing tablet with his Mac at all times.

Cult of Mac Readers Show Us Where They Blog [Gallery]

Comfort is a must when blogging, so julieelise swapped out a desk chair for a more comfortable seat.

Cult of Mac Readers Show Us Where They Blog [Gallery]

Teaching a cat how to read [via Sarah Ramsingh)

Cult of Mac Readers Show Us Where They Blog [Gallery]

John Brownlee devines a lot of blogging inspiration via his parakeet.

Cult of Mac Readers Show Us Where They Blog [Gallery]

The simplicity of Supabaz’s setup makes us pine for less clutter in the office

Cult of Mac Readers Show Us Where They Blog [Gallery]

Chris Foresman from Ars Technica shows us where the magic of his Apple articles come into being

Cult of Mac Readers Show Us Where They Blog [Gallery]

Matt blogs with a big ass Eiffel Tower picture in the background

Cult of Mac Readers Show Us Where They Blog [Gallery]

Canon and Macbook from Carnivalous

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  • Arnoud van Houwelingen

    where can you get that big digital clock from matt’s picture .. would look awesome on my iMac :)

  • Yorick Pommée

    i’d like to know that too…

  • lymenlee

    +1. That clock looks really neat!

  • prof_peabody

    Is there anyone who *doesn’t* use f*cking Instagram on their photos now?  
    So tired of the faux blurry polaroid look. 

  • Brian Guiniling

    The ding dongs that argued “the iPhone 4 S is the same phone with a better camera” probably didn’t care since they were going to apply crappy filters to their photos.

  • rogermbyrne
  • Only DM me nude pics

    You can get the clock screensaver from here:
    http://9031.com/goodies/

    Fliqlo 1.3.3

  • Omar Grijalva ?

    Thanks Cult of Mac. And Prof. Peabody obvious that we use: Instagram, were asked to use a hashtag photos with. All pics are so nice.

  • steveyknight

    I think the flip clock is a screensave which can be found here:

    http://9031.com/goodies/#fliql

  • Alex

    If by nice you mean “the faux blurry polaroid look.”  ….

  • Alex

    Dear Hipsters using Instagram, Hipstamatic etc. just shows that you don’t have a creative or original bone in your body.

  • tMyers327

    not sure how he got it blue (maybe hacked some files or something) but i found one here http://9031.com/goodies/#fliql… I downloaded it on my macbook air and it looks really nice

  • Buster

    I don’t know what you’re complaining about as far as a “faux blurry polaroid look” goes. All of the photos that were selected are pretty much in focus except for the last one which is my fault because I stretched it out too large to match the others.
    If you don’t like the use of filters on pictures I won’t argue with you and I do think that it gets out of hand by people who don’t know what they’re doing, however, there are some really great photographers on Instagram who use filters well and create some stunning pictures. Labeling all people who use Instagram as uncreative hipsters is a pretty silly in my opinion because Instagram is about more than just filters. We like Instagram not because of the filters, but because it’s a very simple and easy way to share pictures with friends and see the creativity of others in a really quick way.

  • Alex

    Buster, I think your taking my comment a little too seriously. But  I think there is an incredible overuse of these filters lately.  Sure some people have made good pictures with these. But then again you have the hordes of others that think applying a filters to mediocre, poorly composed pictures makes them creative ….

    It reminds me of what people did with HDR when it became popular and a flood of awful garish HDR images that appeared.  

  • Nicolas Gut

    The big digital clock is fliqlo screensaver. You can find it here : http://9031.com/goodies/

  • pawelratajczak

    Nice :-)

  • Russell Fogg

    goto http://9031.com/goodies/ for the clock

  • Boo Radley

    Does no one blog from the toilet?  Just me?  Okay.

  • Boo Radley

    I didn’t even know what it was until I googled it.  I swear this isn’t my first day not he internet.

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Buster HeinBuster Hein is Cult of Mac's Social Media Editor. Hailing from Roswell, New Mexico, but now spending his days in Phoenix, Arizona, he wastes most of his time eating burritos and reading Spanish romance novels. Twitter: @bst3r.

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