USB Powered Clock-Fan | Widget Review

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Very rarely do I impulsively buy a thing but I had a moment of weakness and purchased this USB powered clock-fan after seeing this thing in real life. Since I thought it was so cool, I had to share this rather exciting thing. Generally, I can have buyer's remorse with an impulse buy but not … Continue reading USB Powered Clock-Fan | Widget Review

Webcamoid | The Best Webcam App For The Linux Desktop

I wrote an article for Front Page Linux about the wonders of the best webcam application for use on Desktop Linux. Rather than publish it here where a dozen or so people will skip through the front door, I decided to put in someplace that receives a fantastic stream of traffic. This is a great … Continue reading Webcamoid | The Best Webcam App For The Linux Desktop

Gaming Rack Design and Construction

I have collected a number of gaming systems throughout my life and there is little point in having them if they sit in a box or using them takes an annoying level of set-up time, making it fun prohibitive. I was then inspired by Perifractic Retro Recipes video where the computer museum has everything so … Continue reading Gaming Rack Design and Construction

CubicleNate now on LBRY | Blathering

For the half dozen or so of people that might manage to care, I have decided to start synchronizing my piddly YouTube content over to LBRY. I'd say this is nothing against YouTube but actually, it is. Although I will still use and enjoy YouTube, many of their decisions have shaken my confidence in their … Continue reading CubicleNate now on LBRY | Blathering

Quick Tiling in KDE Plasma on openSUSE

In my short time of using a tiling window manager, I very quickly became aware of the benefits of quick tiling features on the desktop. Being able to very quickly split your screen and be able to see information side-by-side, like writing a post and having my collection of pictures beside it is incredibly useful … Continue reading Quick Tiling in KDE Plasma on openSUSE