Day 13 of the 2021 Series:

A sad day for nerds. At least American nerds in the western United States. Still, sad.

mikestone.me/rest-in-peace-fry

Day 12 of the 2021 Series:

Yes, I really am that lazy. Probably a little stupid too, but definitely lazy.

mikestone.me/im-a-lazy-updater

Day 10 of the 2021 Series:

I gave JingOS a spin in the stupidest way possible, and it almost works. Assuming you're not worried about being spied on I guess.

mikestone.me/jingos-review/

Day 9 of the 2021 Series:

I find that I use the Internet for almost everything. For some reason, that kind of rubs me the wrong way, but it gives me flexibility I don't want to lose.

mikestone.me/internet-everywhe

Day 6 of the 2021 Series:

The Mycroft Mark II will start to ship in February. Well, kinda. Individuals like myself will still have a while to go I'm guessing.

mikestone.me/mycroft-mark2-rea

Day 5 of the 2021 Series:

Google's recent announcement that they're going to be limiting 3rd party access to Chrome APIs has me a little nervous. It's probably unfounded, but if it's not, serves me right.

mikestone.me/google-limiting-a

Day 4 of the 2021 Series:

Because I'm still toting around my blog posts from the old days, I wanted to bring them across when I migrated from write.as to Jekyll. Took me a bit of futzing around, but eventually I got there. Here's how.

mikestone.me/migrating-posts-t

Day 3 of the 2021 Series:

I've followed the instructions that @kev so graciously wrote, and have migrated my page over to Jekyll.

mikestone.me/moving-to-jekyll/

Day 2 of the 2021 Series:

Haiku has recently acknowledged their work on an ARM port of their OS. I'm anxiously waiting to try it.

mikestone.me/haiku-on-arm

Day 1 of the 2021 Series:

I'm doing it again. I hope you're all willing to follow along on this challenge with me. Again.

mikestone.me/a-new-year-and-a-

Day 100 of the Series:

And that, as they say, is that! Thanks for the challenge @kev. Honestly didn't know if I'd pull it off. I'm more surprised than anybody.

mikestone.me/100-days-to-offlo

Day 99 of the Series:

I wrote just about two months ago about how @PINE64 and Mycroft could be a match made in heaven. I haven't changed my mind in the slightest. In fact, I think Pine64 might be a great opportunity for a third party speaker using Pine64 hardware and Mycroft AI software.

mikestone.me/pinecroft

Day 98 of the Series:

This product is still in its infancy, and while it's currently missing a feature I dearly want, I'm hoping by the time it's ready for prime time it will be included. Fingers crossed.

mikestone.me/vivaldi-mail

Day 97 of the Series:

Just messing around with neofetch to change how the results come out. Kinda fun.

mikestone.me/playing-with-neof

Day 96 of the Series:

If you're a user, or you're thinking about it, this is a quick walk through of how to create a super basic skill. SUPER basic.

mikestone.me/an-amateur-mycrof

Day 95 of the Series:

I've recently started using Fedora 33 :fedora:, and with an almost perfect Gnome desktop (IMHO) I thought I'd share some of the ways I make it just a little bit more perfect for me personally.

mikestone.me/how-i-extend-gnom

Day 94 of the Series:

It came today, and unfortunately I only had a couple minutes to poke around. Hopefully tomorrow there'll be more time. Still, I plunked some words down on a page.

mikestone.me/twenty-minutes-wi

Day 93 of the Series:

It took me a couple years for GitHub inspire even a little bit of trust from me after the Microsoft purchase. That's gone now. Maybe permanently.

mikestone.me/i-dont-trust-gith

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