Creating a bootable Windows USB on Linux
As a full-time Linux user, I rarely have to create Windows installation media, but sometimes I do. While it's definitely possible to do without having a Windows machine around, there are some pitfalls I'd like to spare you from if I can.
On Analytics and Tracking
I have long been against tracking my users, but recently I realised that at least some anonymous usage data could come in handy. Some thoughts—and a solution.
Thoughts on Using a Standing Desk
I’ve been using a height-adjustable desk for the past two months and am really happy with it! Here are my thoughts and experiences (and a little update why there was no post in September)…
elementary OS Odin Released! Rejoice?
elementary OS is one of those projects that I keep coming back to. I really want to like it—but there’s always a “but”. I’ve been running their latest release for almost a week now and here are my thoughts on it…
Cookie Banners 😡
Google broke my workflow with their new cookie banners, and I’m fed up with them. Here’s a little rant on the matter and a solution for my workflow problem…
Qami on ChromeOS
Last night I set out to install Qami, my creative writing software, on ChromeOS. This post summarises my experience and presents some thoughts on the future of the app…
It’s the end of May and I didn’t want to break my streak of posting something every month—but also didn’t have the time for a more elaborate piece, so here’s something a bit more emotional…
I’m Building a Thing
I’m building a thing—to be fair, I’m almost always building something, but this one is special in that it’s my final project for my BA in communication design. What is this thing? Well, that’s what I’ll try to explain in this post.
Rive: Animations on the Web
While reading up on the Flutter 2.0 release, I discovered Rive, a web-based animation software currently in beta. As someone who always thought AfterEffects is too bloated for quick motion graphics and 2d animations, I was immediately intrigued…
Penpot: Figma, but Open Source?
I accidentally stumbled over Penpot, an open source, browser-based UI design tool that recently released its first public alpha. Here are my thoughts and first experiences with the product.