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 Post subject: Re: recent purchases
PostPosted: Sun October 21, 2018 11:17 am 
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That's a great fucking keyboard. I bought a Logitech G610 with Cherry MX Browns. I love it to pieces. If I could justify parting with an extra $50 I would've definitely opted for a Das.


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 Post subject: Re: recent purchases
PostPosted: Mon October 22, 2018 2:09 am 
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Ello Sailor wrote:
That's a great fucking keyboard. I bought a Logitech G610 with Cherry MX Browns. I love it to pieces. If I could justify parting with an extra $50 I would've definitely opted for a Das.


Actually, I'm kinda on the fence about it.

It's pretty fucking great, but it's not 5 times better than my son's Redragon Kumara.


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 Post subject: Re: recent purchases
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E.H. Ruddock wrote:
I found the standard one for 50. I have broad shoulders, but this thing supports head when laying on my side just fine so far

Do you think it would work for someone without broad shoulders or would it be too big?

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doone wrote:
E.H. Ruddock wrote:
I found the standard one for 50. I have broad shoulders, but this thing supports head when laying on my side just fine so far

Do you think it would work for someone without broad shoulders or would it be too big?

It would not be too big.


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We need a new keyboard. Is there a quiet one that anyone can recommend? None of us are fans of clicks and we don't care about game performance either.


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 Post subject: Re: recent purchases
PostPosted: Wed October 24, 2018 5:42 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: recent purchases
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bune wrote:
We need a new keyboard. Is there a quiet one that anyone can recommend? None of us are fans of clicks and we don't care about game performance either.


You definitely don't want a mechanical keyboard then, even the Cherry MX Silent switches make a lot of noise.

This is the keyboard they give out at my work with the stock Windows machine and it's pretty quiet and not bad to type on. It's kind of a mix between chiclet-style and mechanical.


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 Post subject: Re: recent purchases
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cutuphalfdead wrote:
doone wrote:
E.H. Ruddock wrote:
I found the standard one for 50. I have broad shoulders, but this thing supports head when laying on my side just fine so far

Do you think it would work for someone without broad shoulders or would it be too big?

It would not be too big.

Thanks but turns out to be far to expensive to shop to Canada. BB&B.ca doesn't have the side sleeper version.

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I have to get my Grammarly subscriptions unfucked. I think I just paid $140.00 for nothing.


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I have to get my Grammarly subscriptions unfucked. I think I just paid $140.00 for nothing.

Huh - I've always wondered when those ads pop up at the beginning of a YouTube clip - who would actually use Grammarly

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I manage bloggers. They write, but clearly aren’t concerned about readability and SEO. I use both Grammarly & Yoast premium as filters to optimize every post.


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pepperwhiteMFC wrote:
I manage bloggers. They write, but clearly aren’t concerned about readability and SEO. I use both Grammarly & Yoast premium as filters to optimize every post.

Well that makes sense then. I write code and no/minimal documentation so that's a world apart from me

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Rangi Guy wrote:
pepperwhiteMFC wrote:
I manage bloggers. They write, but clearly aren’t concerned about readability and SEO. I use both Grammarly & Yoast premium as filters to optimize every post.

Well that makes sense then. I write code and no/minimal documentation so that's a world apart from me

What kind of code?


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 Post subject: Re: recent purchases
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pepperwhiteMFC wrote:
Rangi Guy wrote:
pepperwhiteMFC wrote:
I manage bloggers. They write, but clearly aren’t concerned about readability and SEO. I use both Grammarly & Yoast premium as filters to optimize every post.

Well that makes sense then. I write code and no/minimal documentation so that's a world apart from me

What kind of code?

C#
React JS
Angular
JavaScript
SQL

All the dull ones

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 Post subject: Re: recent purchases
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Rangi Guy wrote:
pepperwhiteMFC wrote:
Rangi Guy wrote:
pepperwhiteMFC wrote:
I manage bloggers. They write, but clearly aren’t concerned about readability and SEO. I use both Grammarly & Yoast premium as filters to optimize every post.

Well that makes sense then. I write code and no/minimal documentation so that's a world apart from me

What kind of code?

C#
React JS
Angular
JavaScript
SQL

All the dull ones


All the dynamic ones! I used to be pretty good at XHTML, CSS and I could hack around some PHP.


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 Post subject: Re: recent purchases
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I bought a pair of bluetooth in ear headphones from local brand AudioFly. They are awesome and come with an excellent little hard case as well. I love them.

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I'm in the market for a pair of bluetooth in ears. I wonder how much it'd cost to ship to NZL.


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