So here we are already elbows-deep into 2017. Let me start off by saying that I love this job — I work with and I have met some great and intelligent people. By some miracle, I have earned the “right” to write up one of these posts. Now is your chance to see into the other side of your screen to get a glimpse of how I bring you such profound content.
If you’re new around here and don’t quite have a firm grasp on who I am, be sure to check out my introduction post that I did way back when I started. I go into how I started with technology (hint: Tron), what I do for fun, and my history with Android. Even though some things have changed since then, it’s mostly still relevant and correct.
Back to the topic at hand, I will be going through everything that I can possibly think of, some of it really cool and some more mundane. Without further ado, let’s get started.
Computers: How I get stuff done and have some fun
As the hub where I write, do homework, and play games, having a computer is obviously very integral to not only this job, but my lifestyle. I have been building and tinkering with computers most of my life. I switch between two main machines: my desktop and my laptop. I have a tertiary 2-in-1 that I use when I feel like it, but I mostly forget about it.
Desktop powerhouse: Custom build
I spent several hours on that cable routing; check out how it looked not too long ago.
I am extremely proud of my main machine. I built it about six years ago, upgrading things as I want/need to. About seven months after the initial build, I migrated everything over to a new case