PayPal was denying my credit cards, so I got a prepaid Visa so I could buy a license for Monokai Pro. It cost me a bit extra to do it this way, but I’m happy I was able to get the license. I like how SublimeText looks with this theme.
If you care about what’s happening with online life today, take another look at Firefox. It’s radically better than it was 18 months ago — Firefox once again holds its own when it comes to speed and performance.
I’m giving Firefox a try as my default browser for work stuff. For home stuff, I use Safari.
All it took was trying to open a thirty four megabytes .csv in Atom to send me back to Sublime Text. Let this be yet another lesson for me.
Here’s a picture of my current work setup.
I’ve cancelled and re-subscribed to a hosted Micro.blog plan a few times now. I leave because I think I can run my own site via GitHub Pages. I return because running my own site adds friction to just writing posts.
I need to stop looking at native Gmail apps for macOS. They’re all bad and I end up going back to the web interface.
I made a promise to my wife that I won’t drive recklessly anymore. That will help me to keep it under control whenever I find myself letting loose.
After review, that last movie quote should have been: “I’ll tell you what then. Why don’t you call me sometime when you have no class?” 🎥
I may not always post the quotes accurately, but the gist will be there. And that’s well within the rules of the movie quote game.