Month: January 2021

  • My transition from VSCode to Neovim

    I’ve always liked the idea of using a tiling window manager and customizing the hell out of it, you know, the kind of stuff you see by searching for the linuxPorn hashtag… My main problem with them is that I am very very used to GUIs, while I am fairly competent on a terminal, I […]

  • Dungeons and Dragons: Asuria (Part 10 – Online)

    As usual this is a follow-up on a previous entry Since last time we were suspicious of dwarven council member Tolbera‘s intentions when he told us to go kill a Chimaera, the party decided to consult with a priest in charge of the ritual required to open a gate to the material plane, so we […]

  • My blogging journey so far

    I remember I started a blog in March last year (2019), it was a simple Writefreely blog,it looked like this: It was simple, easy to use and you could follow it via mastodon, I wanted to engage a bit more with my fellow fedizens so I started looking into WordPress around the same time I […]

  • Dungeons and Dragons: Asuria (Part 9 – Online)

    As usual this is a follow-up on a previous entry This Wednesday we resumed our DnD sessions after the holiday break, we would’ve done so the previous week but I was not feeling very well. On to the fun stuff: Last time we thought we had traveled in time or something because we found ourselves […]

  • Day of the Epiphany (Three Kings’ Day?) away from Mexico

    Following up on my series “Celebrating holidays away from Mexico”, after entries such as: a rant about Mexican food on independence day and day of the dead January 6th is Día de Reyes, the last date of what we Mexicans know as the Guadalupe – Reyes marathon (which is, in short, an extended holiday period […]

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