Any machine is a smoke machine if you operate it wrong enough.
@gcupc I'm really susceptible to configuration fiddling, so, at least at $DAYJOB, I try to stay away from my config files unless there's a functional change I need...
Them: "What did you do yesterday?"
Me: "Well, I tried to find the combination of color and glyph for modified lines in git-gutter+ that gave me the greatest sense of personal fulfillment."
@gcupc Mine's relatively boring. Emacs is full-screen, opaque, with a white background.
I used to use a dark background, but then I read somewhere that light/white backgrounds help aging eyes focus better by pupils to constrict. Seems to have been an improvement.
Oh, and at $DAYJOB, the code in the emacs frames is mostly C++ with CL when I can sneak it in.
Every time I run tests and the board is green, I really want to start the jump clock.
Trying to decide what balance to strike between concepts and recipes when working with intermediate git users to improve their collaboration... 🤔
Thanks to this morning's "Ask Amy" column, B-52's radio is streaming. However, I am not dancing in my office.