Texpander

Posted on Mon 29 March 2021 in Linux

So, as a Mac OS X user, one of the tools I fell in love with was TextExpander. Of course, they’ve shifted gears since I purchaed my copy for Snow Leopard through a software bundle, and I likely wouldn’t buy it today. But that functionality, to easily put …


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exa VS ls

Posted on Thu 25 March 2021 in Linux

So, I just checked through and read some posts in my RSS reader, and the awesome Mike Stone wrote about using exa instead of ls.

I’ve used exa in the past, back when I was running Ubuntu, and it’s not a bad replacement for the classic unix LiSt …


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GNU Emacs

Posted on Sun 14 March 2021 in Linux

So, I use GNU Emacs as my general text editor. WordGrinder is my word processor, but anyting else, I do in Emacs. It’s just the big text editor that’s always kinda worked along side how my thought processes function. I prefer key combos over a CLI for commands …


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Laptop Power

Posted on Mon 01 March 2021 in Linux

Just today, I recieved my new-old-stock Dell Slice Battery for the Dell Lattitude E6430 that I use. I mentioned this machine in my previous blog post, and it’s been holding up nicely under Fedora. The battery life has been absolutely impressive, sticking around 7-8 hours on a single charge …


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Adventures in Linuxing

Posted on Thu 25 February 2021 in Linux

One thing I will openly admit is that, no matter what OS, I love a good command line interface (CLI). Especially if there are plenty of well-made Text User Interface (TUI) applications that I can use. That’s part of why going back to Windows 7 kinda hurt. I love …


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