Improving Gnome experience

Improving Gnome experience

I’m a fan of esthetically beautiful technological things and my desktop makes no exception. As you know, I’ve been using Gnome Shell for years, I like it, it’s beautiful, minimal and coherent, in the sense that all the on-purpose designed application looks all the same.

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Have you ever tried to work with Libreoffice?

Have you ever tried to work with Libreoffice?

I work in a big company and one of my daily work companion is MS Office, in particular Excel. They also had me do a course on Power Pivot.

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So I bought a Kindle Paperwhite

So I bought a Kindle Paperwhite

When I graduated, my friends gave me a Mediaworld gift card that would have expired in two years. Two weeks ago I decided to use it and buy a Kindle Paperwhite and get into the world of digital reading.

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Pocket sweet Pocket

Pocket sweet Pocket

I’ve tried Instapaper for over a month. This morning I’ve decided to go back to Pocket, for a number of reasons that I want to explain.

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Be Evie.

Be Evie.

Today I want to talk to you about a new Android launcher I discovered yesterday among the Play Store suggestions. Its name is Evie Launcher.

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Compromises

Hello folks, this is the first post of 2017. If you remember, last week I had an issue with the home banking app that cannot be installed on my tablet (a Lenovo A3500H, the Play Store says that the app is not compatible) and that doesn’t work on rooted systems.

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Recap

I’ve been reading these days on socials about people who are mad at 2016 because it’s been a terrible year. It’s a matter of points of view. From a global point of view it may have been terrible, of course.

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