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After 4 years of "not being able to escape ", I finally gifted myself the arguably expensive premium upgrade on my birthday. My setup just got stronger! ๐Ÿฎ

I just tried the latest #Arch ISO, the new installer with speech accessibility is cool!

I've recently started using a tag called 'focus' and re-evaluate the tasks that need to be tagged every week. I started with a policy of having only 3 to 4 items per week but my recent performance stats might convince me to drop it down to 1!

I finally (in the real sense) realized the use of Start Dates in after almost four years of use and now I can't imagine my To-Do list without it.

My new favorite Distro (once more) for getting people into #Linux is @elementary. It's not scary as people believe Linux to be, has the potential to impress #macOS users, and just works! PS: there's much more to ElementaryOS than just the visuals, which it has been popular for.

My #Arch setup just got faster than ever. It starts on a CLI, I can jump into and out of graphical #i3wm or #gnomeshell on demand and then return to the most responsive interface ever: the shell.๐Ÿ’ป๐Ÿค“

Just tried #Gnome Boxes and am already impressed.๐Ÿ–ฅ๏ธ๐Ÿค“

Not that I plan to leave #archlinux any time soon, #popos blew my mind once more, just like it did a few times before. I can't appreciate #system76 enough for the kind of #Linux experience they've created that could help us get more members to the community.

Having watched the new #gnome video, I gave it another try over my #LXQT / #MATE / #Cinnamon as my secondary DE. Not that it's day and night since the last time I tried it, but I realized that no matter how much I've been trying to run away from it, it's probably that DE from Linux that would represent itself in front of other close-source OS's in the industry.

Today I started `term` in my Emacs for a quick #git commit and I found it to be way snappier than I'm used to. I shouldn't have been surprised being used to #Hyper as my default terminal emulator.

has blown my mind countless times in the last few years and today is no different. I was expecting an implementation with dynamic `require`s to fail but found that it was working only to come across this answer on : ๐Ÿ˜ฒ

After months of filling gaps, I do not need #Arco anymore and can finally say, "By the way, I use Arch". #archlinux

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