After years of using the excellent Firefox, I've decided to tweak my workflow a little more by giving Qutebrowser a go. Qutebrowser is a brilliant keyboard-focused browser. In this post, I document my first day with Qutebrowser, and I also include some tips and tricks that others may find helpful.
Most researchers keep a research journal where we note down our musings, notes and so on. While a paper diary is still quite common, I'd really prefer something on my laptop/computer. There are various applications out there for journal writing, but none of them really match up to good old LaTeX. I've written a simple script that makes it really easy to maintain a journal using LaTeX - Calliope.
Upgraded to Fedora 23 and it works like a charm!
pdfpc is now available in the Fedora repositories and can be installed using DNF.
I was looking for a pdf viewer that supported multiple monitors. pdfpc fits just right.
Vim is a great editor. Here are some tips and plug-ins that I've collected over the years that will help you use it better while writing C/C++ code.
Earlier today, I attempted to update my BIOS to the latest version that Dell provides me with. My system doesn't suspend correctly, and this was an attempt at covering all my bases that Adam suggested in this bug report. Alas, it didn't work - my system still doesn't suspend correctly. Nevertheless …