I have nothing new or interesting to post for , so I thought I'd dig out an oldie for this weeks edition. This one is from March 30th, 2012. There's an IRC window down in the lower left, and some conky in the upper right. I THINK this a pre-Cinnamon Mint distro, but it could be just be a Gnome 3 desktop. I did run Mint 12 back around then, which was the version before Cinnamon became a thing.

Thought that I'd use Garuda for my . It's pretty vanilla, no interesting or unique configuration. Still, feels like a pretty interesting distro.

I haven't done a for a while, so here's a VM I'm using for the blog post I'll probably publish later tonight.

No new desktop this week, so I'm digging into my archives. This is from 2012. It's Mint, prior to Cinnamon existing. Back then it was just a Gnome 3 distro. The clock on the wallpaper was functional, and was done using Conky.

I haven't done a for a while. Probably because I haven't made any major changes to my setup lately. My current configuration is pretty comfortable for me, and I'm getting lazy in my old age.

I haven't done one of these in a while, so I thought that I'd start Sunday off right.

I haven't done one of these for a bit, so here's the current desktop on my ThinkPad.

Thought I'd do a . I haven't changed much since last time. Still on Solus.

I haven't done a for a while, so maybe today I'll do 2. One current, one antique.


Since I haven't changed my desktop since last week, I thought I'd pull another one out of the archives. I haven't the foggiest how old this is, but let's just say it's not from 2018.

In honor of @brandon on this , I'm going way back into the archives. I don't know how old this screen shot is, but I think that's a 4.x version of Netscape there, which would put it sometime around 1997 I think. Open to correction on that.

I haven't changed anything on any of my systems since the last , so I thought I'd do a throwback desktop. This is from last year this time.

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