It was time for me another round of links. Some good stuff for gaming and hillarious things for Linux. But who gives a hug anyway. Might be FreeBSD people, just give them a contract before it, otherwise you might get in BSD-jail, hehe.
It was about 6 years ago, when I got my current monitor. It was a good 4 inch upgrade from the previous one. Finally I am in the big leagues! And I didn't have to spend any money on viagra (sorry, stupid joke, I know).
Firefox used to have a really good extension, called Firefox Panorama. The aim was that the user could group tabs how they like, so they get a little bit better organized. However this extension ended some time ago, I don't know why. My guess is that Mozilla didn't want to confuse the average user. However the person never had to use Panorama, it was just there.
Many years later, Firefox Quantum is here, with a new line of extensions, and luckily people are fun of Panorama, did something really nice. It's called Simple Tab Groups.
Why everybody should try terminal programs?
First of all, I am a big fan of terminal programs. They are light, they usually built for one specific task, and they are keyboard based, which is perfectly tied how I like to use my computer.
In this post I share my thoughts about why everybody at least should try to use sometimes the terminal and some of my favorite programs I like to use on a daily bases.
I like Luke Smith, but he has to stop introducing me to awesome stuff. First it was qutebrowser, and now I use st for several months now. St is a terminal emulator, where you have a barebone base and you apply patches to make it like you want it. It's that simple.
In the US, Black Friday is the next day after Thanksgiving. But what happens if you live in a totally different country, in a different continent, thousands of kilometers away?