Two weeks ago I went back to Windows 10 as my daily driver, I really miss gnome design, but I guess that's the price I must pay for some daily quality of life improvements.After installing everything I needed to work with Win10, a solid 8 hours of tweaking and installing stuff, I was more or … Continue reading From Pop!_OS to Windows 10.
In 2013 I started using Ubuntu / Xubuntu daily, later on I would jump to Pop!_OS as my main daily OS, I still run Windows 10 Home for my games and on my netbook, it's a decent OS. When I changed to GNU/Linux I did it because I was tired of maintaining my OS. Having … Continue reading Why I might go from Linux to Windows 11.
You might notice some changes on this blog starting today, with the acquisition of Unsplash by Getty Images, I no longer in good conscience can use their images on my posts. I dislike Getty Images for things like this, and I'm sure they will ruin Unsplash because they are a company only focused in income … Continue reading RIP Unsplash.
Search the web, and you will find numerous articles about hobby burnout and how to avoid or deal with it.Hobby burnout happens when something you do on your free time usually for fun or to relax, is no longer any of those things, below I'll go a bit deeper into the causes of problem and … Continue reading How to deal with hobby burnout.
I already wrote about Discord communities around here, but in the start of 2020 I decided to make my own Discord server which for my great surprise is slowly getting more members. Anyway this is my view on the maintenance a server requires, keep in mind each community is different just like each administrator. Creating … Continue reading Maintaining a small discord server.