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Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop 5 Month After

In September of 2013, I reviewed the Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop. I have now used the keyboard and mouse every day, 10 hours a day for about 5 months and I would like to share my experience with it.

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Going Back to Android

I bought the Windows Phone knowing that the apps were not there yet, but I wanted to try this new platform. A year has past and the apps are still not there. So I got tired of waiting and bought a Samsung galaxy s4 mini, an Android phone.

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Why You Should Use Markdown

Markdown is, in my opinion, the best way to structure a plain text document. I have already written about why I prefer plain text here so I will not dive into that.

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Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop Review

Ever since Microsoft announced the Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop, I have been waiting for it to come to my country in a Nordic version.

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Control in Plain Text

I will not discuss the pros and cons but simply write about why I like and why I use plain text.

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Wxpython 2.9 on Linux

I needed to test one of my programs on Linux. It’s written in Python using wxPython

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SSH Port Forwarding

This will essentially create a VPN(Private Virtual Network) via SSH. It will allow you to access web pages that otherwise only are accessible from within the local network or browse the internet looking like you are on your home IP address

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Zim Desktop Wiki Note Taking the Awesome Way Part Two

I got all excited about Zim Desktop Wiki and I wrote a post about it here. However, after using the program for a couple of months I concluded that it didn’t cover my needs.

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Zim Desktop Wiki - Note Taking the Awesome Way Part One

I have been using OneNote for a couple of years for notes in school. However, OneNote is proprietary software and the format it saves to is a proprietary file format. For school OneNote it’s great and the workflow I have there is a good fit.

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HTC 8x Review

I’ve had the HTC 8X with the Windows Phone OS for about two months and I have some thoughts about the phone that I share in this review.