I first tried XMonad about a year ago, and its since become an indispensable part of my standard Linux setup. It’s an incredible productivity booster, especially on dual monitor setups, making it infinitely easier to rapidly switch between multiple windows. It makes me weep a little inside each time I have to boot back into Windows’ single, non-tiling, keybinding devoid workspace (on a side note, I’ve used both DisplayFusion and UltraMon with some success for a more keyboard focused experience, so it isn’t all bad. Still…)Read on
I’m obsessive to a fault when it comes to researching the right tool for a job. I could (and do) spend days sifting through article after article comparing different languages, libraries, programming paradigms, every little thing you could imagine every time I start a new project. It’s actually one of the reasons I have so many incomplete projects on my hands.
Naturally, picking a blog engine to use was no exception. I used a small checklist of features for comparison as I looked around. Here they are in no particular order -Read on
I’ve been meaning to blog for some time now, having a vague sense that it would be beneficial but never really sitting down to examine it more closely. I did just that today though, and realized that there are so many good reasons for me to maintain one there was no point in delaying it any longer. It seemed natural to begin by listing the top 3 things I’m expecting blogging will help me with.Read on