And turns out right after switching to #Vivaldi they dropped the ball with a bug that crashes the browser on start up if you've set up a Twitter web panel 🤔 Meanwhile it seems Mozilla has fixed their shit, so back to that camp 😅
First time seeing the music video for this, and I really like the style of it 🤔 https://youtu.be/VVaNq9uSJgY
I guess I need something to challenge myself, limits that would push me further and force me to be creative. 🤔
My life is my fortress, I build it up as the years go by. Some things seem always out of reach, but still I find myself impressed of what I've gathered. I feel shadow of stagnation as I look of all the things I have and feel I've got everything I needed and everything I wanted in my grasp. Now I'm here with all the things I wanted, giving up on all the things that seem to hard to get 🤔
Speaking of handling Excel magic, here's a Finnish song about how cool the IT guys are at the office https://youtu.be/G-3YxlZIhus
I guess this is how it feels to try hand out flyers to people who are just passing by 🤔
If your reading a book that has an interesting story and then something nice happens to the characters and it makes you feel all warm and fuzzy for like 5 minutes, what is that feeling? Cause if that is just plain happiness then I doubt anyone can say they are happy even fraction of their daily lives 🤔
Anyone with experience on buckling spring switches? Are they really *that* good?
I'm thinking of ordering one from UNICOMP but when review's praise them to high heavens I always get a bit skeptical. To quote:
"It has the same great mechanism that modern key switches can't really hope to re-create. If you've never type on a buckling spring keyboard before, its almost impossible to describe how good it feels. The keys just have smoothness that no modern mechanical key switch does."
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