• Linux on the Desktop: Part Three
    I’ve been rocking Linux on the desktop for quite some time now and decided to provide some insights into what it’s like on a day-to-day basis, as well as cover some of the questions people had about my setup specifically.
  • ProtonMail Shows Why Your Data Won't Ever be Private Under Any "Orderly" Jurisdiction
    Another day, another eyebrow-raising situation unfolding at one of Europe’s privacy poster child. ProtonMail helping Swiss law-enforcement and Europol in an arrest warranted by French authorities once again shows how little the European turf can be trusted with privacy and why no customer data will ever be truly private under any industrialized nation’s jurisdiction.
  • Linux on the Desktop: Part Two
    After more than 10 years on macOS I made the switch back to Linux on my desktop – but not how I originally intended. The PC laptop market is bonkers and I decided to not play along.
  • Tracked No More: Goodbye Google
    Goodbye Google! For the past couple of years I’ve been using the company’s services extensively, but with the amount of scandals and privacy issues it was time to cut ties.
  • My 2020 Year in Review
    With 2020 being over I wanted to share some info and stats on my key moments and accomplishments as well as an outlook on the plans for 2021. In addition, I also share my experience on travel during 2020 and add some info on things I’ve been frequently asked about by friends and acquaintances.
  • Linux on the Desktop: Part One
    I left the Linux desktop nearly 10 years ago. Now I’m trying to go back in order to escape from a closed-source environment, by investigating on possible hardware options and trying out first steps on cheap alternatives.
  • Haunted No More: Goodbye Ghost
    Goodbye Ghost! After a long time with little improvement and many struggles I’ve moved this journal to a leaner and more managable platform.
  • The Absurdity of Modern Tools
    “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.”
  • Trapped on an Island: Coffee with a Moka Pot
    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?
  • Giving Adobe the Finger
    Giving Adobe the finger by switching from Lightroom to Capture One – and taking all VSCO Film presets with me!