All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘windows’

Build a Cheaper, Customizable Alternative to Apple’s Mac Pro


I really don’t see the point of this, beside wasting a considerable amount of time and being able to boast about it. If you build such a machine you’d better go with Linux or Windows; the real advantage of OS X is in the tight integration between hardware and software. Apple’s Mac Pro, the sleek and shiny trash can from …

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Org-mode – Moving forward


Having decided to stick with org-mode, I have started to customize it to better fit my working style. My workflow is still very much “work in progress”, and I will keep tweaking it and adapting it to all the new possibilities opened by org. I will try to post regularly on the progress, giving some details about the configuration I …

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Farewell OmniFocus, welcome org-mode — Pt. 2


Link to Part 1 A little more than a month went by since my last post on org-mode. By now my decision is made, I am not going to look back, although I still love OmniFocus: if you have advanced requirement for a GTD implementation, you should definitely consider it. Still, I will not switch back and will continue using …

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How an online backup can save your day


A good online backup solution is something that you setup once, and forget till the day you need it. Personally I use a service called CrashPlan, and I can only recommend it. You can decide to use a different tool, the ideas highlighted here will probably still apply. CrashPlan is composed by a multi-platform application (available for Mac, Windows, and …

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