• OpenSCAD Keyboard Library

    In the height of the pandemic I decided that I would get a 3D printer. I’d been thinking about it for a while and finally decided that I would just go for it and get one. I’ve been using a CNC for a while, but there are some advantages to... Read More

  • Timezone workflow for Alfred 4

    I guess I’m on an alfred workflow kick right now. Since I started at GitLab, I’ve had trouble with timezones. I’ve got a world clock that gives me all of my teammates timezones in a dropdown, but if I’m trying to schedule time with someone, I have to go do... Read More

  • Timer workflow for Alfred 4

    Since I started working from home, I converted an old stationary bike into something I can use at my desk. I like to put a timer up so that I know I’ve been biking, or standing long enough (or if I’ve been sitting too long). So I built a workflow... Read More

  • Building a Counterflow Wort Chiller

    I started homebrewing about 8 years ago, and since then I’ve steadily upgraded my brewing setup, recently I finally got around to adding a ball valve to my kettle and went to brew a batch only to realize that my wort chiller had super oxidized and I didn’t want to... Read More

  • Selecting a Keyboard Layout

    The first step in building a keyboard can in some ways be a daunting one. Selecting a layout can be really stressful if you aren’t sure what you want. There are a lot of options out there for both DIY and non-DIY options, and most of you will probably only... Read More

  • Selecting a Switch

    Perhaps even more than layouts, people have long argued about what the “Best” keyswitch is. The truth is that no keyswitch is the best switch, though mechanical switches do tend to be more durable, and in terms of DIY they’re largly the only option. So this article is dedicated to... Read More

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