My favorite instructive math book I have read till now is the Cauchy-Schwarz Master Class written by Michael Steele et al.
Two features of the Tridactyl extension makes reading/writing the web much more relaxing for me. The most common
element of Vim like extensions is link following with highlighted key-codes. This makes mouse pointing unecessary
and reading workflow easier. (also don't forget to use the
g<f|F> chain) But I find the visualized style of many
websites too distracting and use Vim in those cases to construct an answer or dissect a thread.
I recently added a small section to my
i3status bar with the number of unread emails and total emails. In order to avoid having thunderbird open all the time, I also added a wrapper which puts it into headless mode.
Dancing was one of the things that kept me mentally sane in 2020. Because Lindy Hop is not possible at the moment, we shifted to choreographies and friends organized weekly meetings where we could meet online and learn them together.
I thought that I should improve my vim skills this morning and started by reading the vim help pages. I skimmed them in the past a couple of times, but actually learned most of the keys by doing.
This is the first post on a new blog I'm starting. The previous, purely technical, one is moved to a different URL and the focus of this one is on more personal stuff I'm interested in.