Many of the workspace hacks we feature here at Lifehacker involve complex cable management systems and unusual items of furniture, but often you can get similar results just by using a typical desk and putting a bit of effort into organisation. That's the case with the desk reader Dennis sent in: nothing unusual but well organised and functional. Dennis explains the setup:
It's a standard desk with a raised glass top, which has been most useful in allowing me to organise the wiring along the back and have the least accessed items under the glass. It's my media centre as well as office, so I have several external hard drives connected, which does mean many cables. The main items are connected from one power switch, so the whole thing is powered down when not in use.
Check out the video linked below for a fuller view.