April 22, 2023
While exploring an OS which is made up of all the items in your digital life, it’s easy to wonder if things would become a mess rather quickly. In the latest lab note, I explore ways in which an itemized OS might help us keep organized, without the tedium.
This lab note is a “part 2” to the last one, so if you missed it, you can start here:
LN 035: The Messy Desktop »
Next up: I have some new experiments to share with you, and as always, more lab notes coming your way. Don’t touch that dial.
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