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Status: Draft Epistemic status: 80% for me, 50% for you Topic importance: 4 / 10 Reading time: 10 mins
Based on the tradition, here is my list:
The Dream Organ
Ok, this is a little weird and not fully finished, but I had this sideproject where I wanted to build a “thought-to-text” machine, inspired by a German fiction novel. In this novel, a blue bear enters the head of a giant, and finds himself in a position where he needs to direct the giants dreams. Otherwise the giant might wake up and decide he might want his head back (which lies detached in a mountain range, blocking a passage, the reason the blue bear had to enter the head in the first way). I am not making this up.
Anyway, the bear creates the dreams, by playing on a dream organ. Which I really wanted to have myself. And building a super efficient writing set-up was the closest thing to it, I could come up with.
Here are the parts of it that worked, in order of importance:
These days I use this >80% of my time.
Just awesome. The learning time is significantly shorter then I thought.
God, I love this. So much better the standing.
Or just anything with large screen real estate. Also, get a second monitor in portrait mode. Its cool.
The Yoga Book series is the closest thing to the Young Ladies Illustrated Primer. It's just magic, especially the E-Ink version. Sadly out of production.
The Georgi Rev3 is a reaaally awesome way to write, sadly the learning curve was to high for me.
At this point I would pay insane levels for old Note phones if they ever stop getting produced. The S pen is part of me.
Full RGB Lights everywhere
Either just for simple light control, or to turn them green and red when my pomodoro timer ends (don't ask how long that took to set up).
Will do a complete “whats on my phone” review at one point
I am terrible with this atm, just taking Melatonin as an experiment. If I got more time to look into this I will most likely conclude that I want to take a bunch of them. But I interned at a reseller for a while and the epistemics in the field are so incredibly bad, I am still traumatized.
Again, super lazy. I especially hate buying shoes.
Only my weightlifting shoes (Nike Metcon) and running shoes from On are worth mentioning. Also, if you get a backpack for traveling and you have a store that has really good customer service: its worth the extra cost in time and money to get one fitted to your back.
- Things I use
- The Dream Organ
- Standing Desk
- Trackball Huge
- Walking Pad
- Curved Monitor
- Optional experiments
- Other Tech
- Note 9
- Full RGB Lights everywhere