Fedora Silverblue – What Can Blue Do For You

There’s a lot of choice in desktop Linux these days. So many distros and so many workflows to choose from. Some light, some heavy. Some traditional, some far-out. However, for the most part they all follow a very similar path. There’s the base Linux...
Southeast LinuxFest 2019

Southeast LinuxFest 2019

I don’t get out nearly as much as I should. I enjoy going to work and then coming home to just relax. Sometimes I’ll go and fly my drone, but that hasn’t been very often lately. This is something I plan to fix, but that’s a whole different story. So, with the help of...

Too Many Distros – Less Distractions, More Focus

Free and open source software is a great ecosystem. The method of creating software out in the open has enabled many users and vendors alike to expand their influence in a world typically dominated by closed platforms. We see many new projects pop up each day and...
Emotional Attachment and Tech

Emotional Attachment and Tech

Love or Lust? Finding our way between the two can be difficult in life. With personal relationships this can be especially tricky, but it also seems to extend to our personal tech. There are people who absolutely love their devices and there are those who just enjoy...
Moving to an iMac

Moving to an iMac

I’ve used Linux for a long time. Since 2001, actually. I’ve dabbled with different platforms over time as well. Linux, Windows, Mac OS X, Android, iOS, and Chrome OS. All of these have their own pros and cons, of course. However, in line with my digital decluttering...