"Much of the power of the UNIX operating system comes from a style of program design that makes programs easy to use and, more important, easy to combine with other programs."A Nomad's Command Line3 May '20
A while ago I wrote about my computer and gave an overview of the software that I use on a daily basis, without going too much into the details of specific areas. With this follow-up I want to focus on the tools that I use and put together a collection that aren't typically part of a POSIX system.DIY: Khadas VIM3 Vertical Stand & Fan Mount12 Apr '20
With barely any ecosystem around Khadas' products, I decided to fullfil the need for a stand with integrated cooling for the VIM3 on my own.Ultra-Portable Data Center5 Apr '20
I'm travelling. A lot. And I work with data. With a lot of data. A lot of private data. My own data, but also data from clients. Highly confidential data.Trapped on an Island: Coffee with a Moka Pot29 Mar '20
It's the stuff that wakes you up in the morning and transforms you from an obnoxious human being into the lovely person that you are. But what do you do when you can't simply get your daily fix from the coffee shop around the corner?DIY: Raspberry Pi 4 Vertical Stand + Cooler Frames22 Mar '20
Let's make the Raspberry Pi 4 finally keep its cool and look that way!A Nomad's Computer17 Mar '20
When you're a full-time traveller you usually don't posses much and therefore don't really have to take care of many things. Apart from the usual suspects like your passport there's probably one thing that's really valuable to you: Your computer.Giving Adobe the Finger11 Oct '19
Giving Adobe the finger by switching from Lightroom to Capture One – and taking all VSCO Film presets with me!