Tomorrows End

There’s a song from my past that I never put much thought into, since the lyrics aren’t until the end of the song, and are rather emotionally full of longing and melancholy. It has never had any real special meaning to me, until I listened to it again. It makes me cry, now. The song is “Tomorrows End” by System22.

I see you when I travel stars
When I feel the scars inside
I need you every night and
Every time I fall from heaven

I feel you with me
Your voice still lingers
You bathe in sun and splendor

I touch you every night in my mind
Reaching through in wonder
Do you feel me kissing
Your skin in starlit hunger

I feel you with me
Your voice still lingers
You bathe in sun and splendor

I feel you with me
Your voice still lingers
You bathe in sun and splendor

Workflow Changes in 2016

My workflow has kinda changed this year:

  • Xubuntu 16.04 (without xfce installed, swapped for cinnamon) instead of Linux Mint Debian Edition
  • Keybase filesystem (KBFS) to better encrypt/decrypt files
  • Synergy so I can use my keyboard and mouse between desktop and laptop
  • Atom editor replaces Sublime, which I am happy about
  • I primarily use IRC still, but some teams use Slack and Discord, which is a bummer
  • TweetDeck is still a pinned tab, but I am working on a bot to replace it
  • I had to create a Skype account to work with a client 🙁
  • Migrated away from pelican (again) to WordPress because I’m a lazy girl
  • I use a webmail client until I set up Nylas sync engine to use N1
  • Flash is not on any of my machines
  • My mobile runs on a modified CyanogenMod13 with pico gapps to get rid of TouchWiz and other carrier grossness
  • ownCloud has become even more integral to my backup plan
  • So many aliases for bash now!
  • Python virtualenvwrapper has been a life saver
  • Ditched default terminal emulators and am using UXTerm until I find something that makes me happy