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    Battlestation (with screenshot):

    Software:

    Hardware:

    • Kinesis Advantage keyboard
    • Lenovo X1 Extreme 2nd gen
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      Wow! What a beautiful environment to hack in <3

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        🙏

        You’re welcome to co-work anytime: https://zen-temple.net/lambda-zen-temple/introduction/

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        And you even have a real shack that you could paint or go to to run away from the internet :)

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          There was quite some painting going on at the house - all the outside surfaces have been redone for example^^

          The shak is for storing 6.5 qm^3 of local wood for the fireplaces, though:

          In summer, when it’s empty and raining outside, I do tend to sit inside it from time to time enjoy life with a cup of coffee and a good book^^

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          No MacBook anymore? ;D

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            Unfortunately, the last subjectively ‘good’ MBP was the 2015 model which broke down on me hard close to two years ago.

            Objectively speaking - or at least to the best of my knowledge, the new MBPs are not capable of running Linux due to loads of proprietary hardware.

            If only Apple still sold the 2015 model with a RAM, SSD and CPU upgrade, I’d still have a MBP and would have saved weeks of research and tinkering on slightly less differently proprietary hardware(;

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          hate to admit it but I still use vimwiki. https://github.com/vimwiki/vimwiki

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            what’s bad about vimwiki?

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              To me, nothing. It satisfies my core needs just fine. Been using it for a very long time.

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                ahh ok. i was just confused because you hate to admit using it ;)

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              I second organice. It works well for journaling with a capture template. It equally works well for other kinds of support documents and todos. You can even generate an agenda out of your notes.

              Also, it’s FOSS, so you don’t have to worry that your work will be made obsolete at some point.