Hmm. Long week. The week included a lot of moving stuff around setting things back up after the wedding; that's probably what's behind my current back problems. (See QOTD from yesterday.)
My loaner project at work is winding down, though not as quickly as I'd like. Not feeling very good about work right now.
On the gripping hand, the Great Room looks fantastic, with much more room in its new configuration (blue couch in the SE corner). And Colleen's new baker's rack nightstand has been installed, and looks great. And I upgraded Nova to Debian Jesse, which rocks. (Not entirely clear what I'll do with the extra monitor space; possibly mostly devote it to the to.do file, which I usually edit on Nova anyway when I'm at home. x2x rocks, too.
I have to tell you about
x2x(1). (For those of you still stuck on legacy operating
systems, the equivalent is
synergy or, if one of your
machines runs linux,
x2vnc.) It's the exact opposite of a
remote desktop application (which you get for free in Linux) -- it lets
you share a mouse and keyboard between multiple computers. You just sit
their displays side by side, tell x2x which edges are next to one another,
and your mouse slides smoothly between them, taking the keyboard with it.
Cut and paste work perfectly. Indispensable. I also set it up at work,
between my desktop and laptop.
Links in the notes, as usual.( raw notes, with links )