Digital Minimalism

Drew a picture and wrote this morning. It was quite nice…

A FOSS Android Launcher with a minimal, distraction free UI. Fork of Slim-launcher


minimalistic xmobar inspired status bar, in a terminal emulator…


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Old unix-y school Void Linux setup

List of everything I use on my laptop

This is the things I use on my computer. :) …

Dumbphone vs De-googled smartphone

I’m fond of the idea that a dumbphone can detach us from tech in a meaningful way. I’m slowly adding components of this decentralized electronic device/system in my life. I have a DSLR for photos, a laptop for learning, working and leisure, a Fiio M3K digital audio player for music. I require gps fo…

In Pursuit of Intentionality

I found this person’s gemlog while browsing random Gemini sites and they had an interesting take on the whole digital minimalism movement. Essentially, their point is that you shouldn’t just be aiming to blindly reduce all your screen time, but instead make sure the things you use your screen time o…

Three decades after publishing his controversial 1988 essay “Why I Am Not Going to Buy a Computer” in Harper’s Magazine, Mr. Berry still doesn’t own one. He doesn’t have a smartphone either…

Artisanal Texts

The start of my journey with a brick-phone. …

Digital Minimalism

    Welcome to the community of so-called Digital Minimalists! We’re community of people who seek for silence in such a noisy world and balance between real and digital worlds. Rules of this community include:

    1. Be honest with yourself and others. Seriously, if you’re not honest with yourself and pretend to be someone else, you’re not going anywhere. The first step to progression is acceptance, isn’t it?
    2. Be polite to others and respects each others opinions. No matter what your thoughts about privacy, Big Tech, politics, nature and etc are, let’s keep all discussions family-friendly and not overwhelm ourselves.
    3. Keep it theme-oriented. This community is not made to discuss politics, privacy-issues and climate change. It’s about balance and harmony. We could discuss those topics if they are related to Digital Minimalism, but not if they’re purely self-oriented. Thank you :)
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