So… It’s been a while. But welcome to another episode of What’s On My Desk?! Lots has happened since I last featured my own setup. I’ve been working mostly and when I’m finally off, I usually work on some other projects or study – I’m an actuary by trade so there is a LOT of studying. With the whole work from home shift following the pandemic, I’ve arranged for my desk setup to be easy to switch between “work mode” and “out of office” mode. With a few cable management tricks and some handy gadgets, I’ll show you how I make the switch seamlessly. Here’s what I’ve been using for the past year!
One of the most intimidating things when getting into the custom mechanical keyboard hobby is learning to solder (for us non-electrical background folks, anyway). You got everything you need… now you just need to put it all together. For many keebnerds, soldering is all the fun of building your custom keyboard but at the same … Read more
So it’s been a while, I know, but I received some neat stuff that I wanted to share! For newcomers to the hobby, I am hoping this could help illustrate all the other fun stuff we can collect as keebnerds. With a community focused on personalizing and customization, you can definitely expect a lot of … Read more
My first impression of switches being a thing: “What’s the point? Who cares what’s under the keycap? As long as my keyboard looks cool. You don’t even get to see the switches!” I was wrong. Having switches that suit you best is absolutely essential for your perfect typing experience. As with all components of a … Read more