A non-comprehensive list.
… is a thirdhand Lenovo X230 Tablet. I acquired it for EUR ~130 in
early 2019. Originally intended for university and experimenting, I
have grown to like it so much that it has become my main computer
nowadays. It nearly falls apart and has lots of scratches, but that
In July 2019, I upgraded to 16GB of memory.
In December 2019, I upgraded to 1TB of disk space.
In January 2020, I bought an UltraBase docking station.
In October 2020, I fell off my bike and rammed the notebook
(sitting inside my backpack) into the
asphalt. That made it even more
compact! I start to wonder if I should keep spending cash on
pluto used to run Void Linux
since it is fast, pragmatic, unopinionated, has good patches and
does not break after a full
It runs Fedora now, which is a little more opinionated while also
saving me some time and hair.
I tend not to care too much about the desktop environment as long as
it works and does not get in my way. On the Linux desktop, these
requirements apply to GNOME
and Window Maker. I am very
which will probably become my default desktop environment once it's
Firefox for browsing.
Claws Evolution Thunderbird for
mailing. DeaDBeeF (or Spotify) qmmp for music. Emacs for
editing text. urxvt (or gnome-terminal) for terminating
things. Xournal++ for taking
notes and drawing
set to Unknown
Pleasures most of the time.
I used to have
Note 3 Pro, and I loved its build quality and the then-unmatched
However, I have grown to loathe Android and its
evangelists, so I had bought an
iPhone SE in 2018 and have lived happily ever since.
Safari (and 1Blocker X) for browsing, Mail for mailing. Spotify and
Bandcamp for music. Reeder (in sync with Miniflux) for
newsfeeds. Toot! and Tweetbot for screaming into an eternal
darkness. Duet for short-term distraction.
Listening to music in the 2020s is a farce, which is why I have a
dedicated mp3 player, the Sansa Clip+.