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Work has Resumed
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Have you ever started something, but never finished? That's the story of the majority of my projects. As a creative, you often get ideas that come in the middle of working on a project. Sometimes, it adds to the current project. Most often than not, it takes you away from your project. In either case, your project is never complete or ever finished. More importantly, "Life happens" and your priorities get shifted. Tinkering with things is something I've always enjoyed. It helps feed my curiosity. Dissecting something to figure out how it works and trying to improve on it keeps my mind active. It's akin to the creative process. If I could cu
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Rainmeter Skins: Satisfying the Suite Tooth
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When do you stop at it's not enough and it's too much, knowing everyone has different tastes? No matter which end of the spectrum you decide to stop at, someone is going to complain. That's a guarantee. People just love to complain. Rainmeter is a great tool, but it has its limitations. Like every tool you come across, it is designed for a specific purpose. Unfortunately, people want it to be able to do other things. Some expectations make sense, but most of the time it's stupid. With a wide and ever increasing library of skins available, there's a good chance of finding one you could incorporate into your setup. Sometimes, the skin's autho
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Work has Resumed

Work has Resumed

Have you ever started something, but never finished? That's the story of the majority of my projects. As a creative, you often get ideas that come in the middle of working on a project. Sometimes, it adds to the current project. Most often than not, it takes you away from your project. In either case, your project is never complete or ever finished. More importantly, "Life happens" and your priorities get shifted. Tinkering with things is something I've always enjoyed. It helps feed my curiosity. Dissecting something to figure out how it works and trying to improve on it keeps my mind active. It's akin to the creative process. If I could cu

Rainmeter Skins: Satisfying the Suite Tooth

Rainmeter Skins: Satisfying the Suite Tooth

When do you stop at it's not enough and it's too much, knowing everyone has different tastes? No matter which end of the spectrum you decide to stop at, someone is going to complain. That's a guarantee. People just love to complain. Rainmeter is a great tool, but it has its limitations. Like every tool you come across, it is designed for a specific purpose. Unfortunately, people want it to be able to do other things. Some expectations make sense, but most of the time it's stupid. With a wide and ever increasing library of skins available, there's a good chance of finding one you could incorporate into your setup. Sometimes, the skin's autho