My wife decided during our stay at home quarantine to start finishing projects. That has turned into more projects for me. We ditched a China cabinet, rearranged the kitchen/dining room space, and I built this kitchen stand microwave cart thing.
Best of Linux Note Taking
I’ve been a big fan of Google Keep ever since it came out. It easily syncs notes across my devices and its free. But there’s no native Linux client nor is it open source. The apps I’m listing meet my basic criteria: Linux compatible, syncs to Android, free (at least for the basic version), and ideally open source
Castillo San Felipe del Morro, San Juan, Puerto Rico
Castillo San Felipe del Morro (also known as El Morro) is a citadel located in San Juan in north western Puerto Rico. King Charles V of Spain ordered construction of the citadel in 1539. It remained under Spanish control until 1898 when Spain ceded control of Puerto Rico to the United States under the Treaty of Paris. The US military controlled El Morro until 1961.
Fort Macon, Carteret County, North Carolina
Shades State Park, Waveland, Indiana
Shade State Park in west central Indiana is simply beautiful. Its often overlooked as many Hoosiers choose Turkey Run, a nearby state park, but Shades has a lot to offer. Its usually less crowded the views as still amazing. There is plenty of hiking between canyons and cliffs.
Its fun revving up the saw and felling a tree. Its relaxing to rhythmically swing a maul. Its delightful to hear the wood crack and pop as it splits. The neatly stacked rows of seasoning wood are a proud accomplishment. Kindling is the one wood heat chore no one seems to like. Its time consuming. … Read more
Linux rarely needs a reboot. With more recent kernels, it doesn’t really need to reboot at all. Since I’ve been studying for my CompTIA A+ exam, I’ve left a lot of material open and handy. I lost track of how long my desktop had been running so I ran a simple terminal command “uptime” to … Read more