Got an e-reader, so now I have got everything I need.
I hate Viber... But got myself a Rakuten Kobo Aura H2O 2 - an e-reader that forces you to log in to use it and does not have a MicroSD slot.
It has a fast CPU (fast enough to open PDFs seamlessly), water resistance, warm highlight and after some tinkering supports all the formats including FB2 and CBZ.
I DON'T NEED THERAPY I JUST NEED TO READ LOG FILES
Finally got myself a #GeminiPDA. It is my first step towards getting rid of a smartphone.
The device a bit is sloppy in some aspects and lacking basic documentation but is overall pretty comfy to use. Especially when you type English.. (Russian keyboard has more letters than English one and this one is designed to fit English alphas, and if you need Cyrillic symbols you got to use)
For example, it was very unobvious, that in order to add Russian keyboard to be used with Gemini's physical keyboard one has to also add Russian language to android - otherwise it types in English. Some functional keys combinations work in a very unpredictable manner, as well: there is no way to switch keyboard layout via android key combination, however I found out 5 minutes ago that pressing Ctrl-Fn-AnyNumberReally switches layout.. but disables some Fn combinations entirely. It is okay but strange for a device designed around its keyboard.
Anyway I will get used to it. Meanwhile the whole idea is to use android as rare as possible, and this device makes it hard to just casually google something, for example. Works for me!
Next steps will be buying a camera and an ebook reader
Finally got myself a Nintendo 2ds XL. It is all "cracked". Allows to use MicroSD. Also got myself a Gateway cartridge to run Nintendo DS games on it.
The only thing I regret after buying it - is that I did not do that earlier.
Finally got to finish Chrono Trigger.
plop appears to be a very nice tool for JS scaffolding:
lodash assignment methods comparison: https://stackoverflow.com/a/33247597/1115664
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