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Patching DWM

So far I have not spent an extended period working within dwm, I have however applied a whole bunch of patches to it and even partially customised it myself and I must say it wasn’t as painful as I thought it might be.

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How I make presentations

I dislike PowerPoint. There I said it. While it’s an okay tool for many I often find it cumbersome. Not to mention that it is a Microsoft product. I’ve tried various alternatives to it but they all seem to be trying to emulate the experience: Google Slides is okay but it’s stuck in the web browser and is owned by Google, another massive corporation with it’s own set of problems.
LibreOffice and OpenOffice both have their own along with Calligra but they’re even more cumbersome than PowerPoint to use, MacOS has Keynote but that again is a massive corporation run tool. What I have settled on using for a while now is reveal.js.

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Fist Setup of dwm

After many years of happily using the i3 window manager in my Linux environment I have decided to try to use the Suckless Dynamic Window Manager, dwm, as a replacement.
I am not unhappy with i3 as such but do get mildly irritated from time to time with having to manually manage my workspaces and the configuration file. I would also like to get more practice in C programming and since dwm is in written and configured in C it seems like a good way to do this.

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Update Atom.xml

This morning I updated my atom.xml to include a summary and a few more details that were missing from it.

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Staticman Comments

As of now this blog finally has comments, courtesy of Staticman!

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