dwm window manager

12 Nov

I am interested in window managers that can do both tiling and floating layouts. I don't think I'll ever become a tiling purist, but trying out dwm for some longer time has been a good experience.
There's some truth in it - the lack of "features" helps to focus on what's relevant. Both looking at and getting around my dwm desktop has been a pleasant experience (i cannot pretend that looks aren't important at all).

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twm window manager

12 Nov

twm is historical. It dates back to 1987, and is still being developed (although I think "maintained" would be more appropriate). I simply wanted to try it out and see what I can do with it, if I can customize it to my needs, both in functionality and looks.

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Me on Mr Robot

13 Oct

A collection of posts I made regarding the TV series Mr Robot

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Two Futuristic Novels

10 Aug

I was reading Gwyneth Jones's "Bold As Love" until a day ago. I can't really put a genre on it, there's sci-fi, fanatasy, alternative history and plain socio-critical novel in it.
The author has a vision of how human interaction might change in the future. It definitely has its charms, and parall...

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17 Window Managers

06 Aug

This article has grown to 19 windowmanagers by now. It might grow even more.
But of course there are even more window managers than this! I think Linux is somewhat famous for having so many.

My interest was in those that

  • typically run in a standalone session (not as part of a desktop environme...

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