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This page reflects a listing of the tools I use for my every day activity.
This ranges from my
terminal shell of choice. Good chance that you've
learned here out of curiousity or because I pointed you to it. Quite
frankly, this page serves as a point of reference for me whenever I have to
discuss what I use on my day-to-day with people.
Updated 2017-10-08 00:28:14 PDT
I made the upgrade earlier in 2018 to the
Dell Inspiron 13. I got
it souped it as a thank-you gift to myself. Sadly, not a ton of Linux
environments are tailored for touch screens so things like pop up
keyboards, gesture recognition or even screen rotation work out of the box.
Sounds like a hack project!
Most of the shots I have taken come from my nifty
since it’s mostly automatic when it comes to handling. I really just
tweak ISO, white balance and focus with this camera. However, the
Nikon D3200 handles a lot better, takes way better shots but
requires me to fiddle with it a bit more. This might be me handling
it incorrectly; we’ll find out.
Nothing too fantastic here. I got this because it was a bit more
friendly to left-handed mouse users (one of the few!) thus making it
worthwhile. It doubles as my road mouse as well.
I got this
mouse from Anker for my home use and my wrist can’t
keep thanking me. If you have the option, switch to this and feel
the moments of wrist pain just disappear.
Updated 2017-10-08 10:58:13 PDT
I’m one of those Linux purists you might have heard of. I use Android
on my phone and run Linux on my laptop machine. People might call me
wild, I enjoy it. I run
KDE Plasma 5 on my desktop machine with
the latest kernel additions (always stay up-to-date). Software
I try to use as much KDE tools as possible. That means me making use
of the whole Akondai suite and what not. Granted, the one application
I probably use the most is Konsole. After that, neovim is a tight
Jacky is a New Yorker in Oakland that continues to aim to make change in the
world via technology and education.
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Oakland, United States of America.