Some Crap That I Use Most Days

That thing people do where they list out all the crap that they use to do their jobs and live their lives on a day-to-day basis—so other people can obesess about it as a way to avoid doing what they need to do in their jobs and their lives on a day-to-day basis.

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  • Macbook: The last generation of the ill fated touch-bar Macbook Pros.
  • Omnitype Bauer Lite: I've got some thoughts on keyboards. In this particular case—ghost top, 1st edition bottom, brass plate, OG Marshmallow switches (filmed/lubed). It's so choice. If you have the means, I highly reccomend you pick one up.
  • LG Ultrafine: Single monitor gang, rise up. A crappy monitor, but a great panel at a ( non-ridiculous) price point.


  • QMK: If you're not writing your own firmware for your keyboards—you're doing it wrong.
  • VSCode: The worst editor, except for all the others.
  • iTerm2: Hotkey visor mode—runing with TMUX.
  • Arc Browser: It's not called The Rendering Engine Company of New York for a reason.
  • Raycast: I was a huge Quicksilver user backin the day, then Launchbar, AlfredApp, and now Raycast. It doesn't suck.
  • Things: No one does it like Cultured Code.
  • ZSH: Autosuggestions, Jump, FZF, Copilot CLI, Abbreviations, Starship prompt. Gets the job done.
  • Astro: Been building static since before there was CSS. They do soo much right.


  • Netlify
  • Vercel
  • Github
  • Cloudflre