I wrote a blog how I use #Zim to organize my daily work. What tools do you use to make sure that you don't miss a important task? schiessle.org/articles/2018/11 #productivity #organize #work

I need to sit down to plan a big project. I remembered a program that helps you create your own local

I present you an ideal program for these tasks. zim-wiki.org/translations.html

You can adjust volume in smaller steps in

"By default, pressing the keyboard's volume keys adjusts the volume by 6%. If smaller steps are desired, holding Shift while pressing the volume keys adjusts the volume in 2% steps."

Source: wiki.archlinux.org/title/GNOME

Engage in random acts of kindness and altruism. This has been linked to mood boosting.

Just in case you ever screw up and delete your linux partitions when trying to install windows on a secondary disk: "How to recover lost partition using Linux" simplified.guide/linux/disk-re This just saved me.

After using Debian exclusively for 7 years, my new job requires me to use a Mac. Here's my quick take, two weeks into the transition: alph.laemeur.com/txt/L/5G.html

Currently trying Maybe the first time makes sense to me. Pretty sleek. It's my first time with Wayland. Pretty excited. Here are some highlights: youtu.be/uDBA35dVKJs

I was under the impression that uses a lot of memory, but it's not that much once you compare it against all the processes that or use.

No more "View image info" or "View page info" in Completely absurd. I feel like I don't have a useful browser anymore. F*** telemetry and the use of it for trimming useful software features. reddit.com/r/firefox/comments/

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