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  • 100 Days To Offload: a writing challenge

    I have decided to participate in a writing challenge called 100 Days To Offload. The challenge is fairy straightforward: to write a hundred articles on a personal blog within a timespan of 365 days.

  • Fallout 76 after two years

    It’s been two years since I first ventured into the Appalachian wilderness after leaving Vault 76 in Bethesda’s newest installment in the Fallout series. Those two years were full of adventure, fights, grinding and exploration. Was it worth it? Is Fallout 76 better than Fallout 4? Let’s find out.

  • Freewrite Traveler — first impressions

    Recently I have bought a Freewrite Traveler, a portable distraction-free writing device with an e-Ink screen. Here are my first impressions regarding that purchase.

  • In the search of a perfect writing setup

    I have been looking for a way to optimise my writing workflow and find a perfect setup for many years. I have tried numerous solutions, both software (word processors, markdown editors, notepads) and hardware-related (keyboards in almost every shape and form). The more I looked for a perfect setup the more I doubted it had ever existed. Experimenting, however, brought me an immense joy, even if paired with a bit of frustration at times.

  • I made a Pixelfed account

    Recently I’ve created a Pixelfed account to share my everyday and casual photographs online.

  • I will play every game I own

    If you are a gamer, you probably have a long list of titles in your library, and chances are, you have not played all of those games. Thanks to spontaneous purchases, Steam Summer Sales, Black Friday offers, etc. we tend to accumulate more and more games at attractive prices. ‘It was a bargain, and I wanted to play this game anyway’ one may justify their purchase to themselves (I do quite often, actually). In the end many of those games never see the proverbial light of day, and they stay on shelves of our digital libraries, collecting virtual dust.

  • The dusk of Reddit

    I have noticed that with each passing year I have fewer social media accounts. On the first of January 2023 I permanently deleted my Twitter account and now I let go of Reddit as well. Both decisions are rooted in a similar issue: questionable ethics and actions of the respective CEO.

  • The persistence of information

    In the modern digital age we are facing a threat of losing information at an unprecedented scale.

  • Florence — a short (yet lovely) little game

    Some time ago I had an opportunity to play Florence. It is a short but interesting game about life, happiness and discovering your true self.

  • How my flight simulation journey began

    Do you know those stories when someone had been loving airplanes from their early years, and they spent every free moment to learn about aviation, flight procedures, various aircraft and so on? It was nothing like this for me.

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