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test: ## Run all tests
$(call run_tests,.)
## say this project's convetion is to mark tests that are integration tests, so
## therefore, to run the unit tests, we want to run everything not marked as an
## integration test
# say this project's convention is to mark tests that are integration tests, so
# therefore, to run the unit tests, we want to run everything *not* marked as an
# integration test
test-unit: ## Run just unit tests
$(call run_tests,-m "not integration")
#+END_SRC
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title: Uses This
toc: on
published: 2015-04-01T17:49:21-05:00
modified: 2020-09-24T22:19:41-04:00
modified: 2020-09-27T21:28:44-04:00
---
There's a neat series of interviews at [usesthis.com](http://usesthis.com/) and
in generally I like seeing what other people use to do stuff. So here's some of
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# Hardware
* Intel Skull Canyon NUC + 2 Dell 24" monitors (U2415)
* Intel NUC (NUC6i5SYH) + 2 Dell 24" monitors (U2415)
* [Lenovo Thinkpad X230](/thinkpad-x230/)
* Lenovo Thinkpad X1 (6th gen) (work computer)
* Pixel 2 w/ Diztronic slim case
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something. Sometimes for watching something in bed.
## Keyboards
* [Atreus](https://atreus.technomancy.us)
* Kinesis Advantage 2
* [Atreus](https://atreus.technomancy.us)
## Audio
* Sennheiser HD 555 (foam modded)
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* Monolith 1060
* JDS Element, to drive all the above and as DAC to SMSL below
* SMSL SA-50 + Micca COVO-S for my desk
* Denon AVR-S730H + Pioneer SP-BS22-LR + Monoprice 12" sub for the TV
* Denon AVR-S730H + Kef Q150 + Monoprice 12" sub for the TV
## Misc
* Jarvis motorized desk (7" x 30" rectangle bamboo top)
* Alera Elusion office chair, with Lorell Headrest and "Rollerblade" casters
* Brother HL-2270DW, B/W laser printer
* Sony ICD-UX533 voice recorder
* Logitech C920 webcam
* Zowie EC1-A mouse
# Software
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* Fastmail for email, calendar and contacts
* Mullvad for VPN
* GNOME desktop environment
* Syncthing
# Writing Stuff
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toc: true
toc-margin: true
published: 2018-12-30T17:05:31-06:00
modified: 2020-09-24T22:19:41-04:00
modified: 2020-09-27T21:28:44-04:00
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> Veganism is a way of living which seeks to exclude, as far as is possible and
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The aptly named [vegan.com](https://www.vegan.com/) is a solid and quick
reference resource. I'd skim the headings to get an idea of what's there.
If you want a structured, 30 day guide, you could try https://veganbootcamp.org/.
If you want a structured, 30 day guide, you could try
[veganbootcamp.org](https://veganbootcamp.org/).
My biggest suggestion is to not find/make vegan versions of your favorite food,
at least at first. Instead, explore new food, from cultures maybe you haven't
......@@ -81,7 +82,7 @@ Smoothie](https://minimalistbaker.com/my-favorite-green-smoothie/) or the Ginger
Colada one below). Buy a big bag of frozen stir fry veggies and a bottle of a
stir fry sauce that sounds tasty. Then all you have to do is make some rice,
throw the frozen veggies in a pan with the sauce (maybe some tofu) and you have
a meal quick.
a meal, quick.
I can't push you strongly enough to cook food for yourself and experiment. Try
that recipe with the strange ingredient, spend some time shopping at
......@@ -282,8 +283,7 @@ fortified food -- watch out for where the fortification is coming from, unless
the product is labeled vegan, the vitamins might be sourced from animals -- or
unwashed veggies with some dirt on them, you should supplement it. Look for a
lozenge which you dissolve under your tongue, though the specific delivery form
doesn't seem to make much of a difference. I take the Deva lozenges currently,
1000µg a few times a week (at least twice a week is recommended).
doesn't seem to make much of a difference.
[veganhealth.org/vitamin-b12](https://veganhealth.org/vitamin-b12)
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A "plant-based diet" can mean a couple of things, either a) one that is focused
on plants, but includes some meat, ranging from flexitarian status to simply
having a balanced diet (from my perspective), or b) vegan (without the baggage
of the term).
having a balanced diet (from my perspective), or b) dietary vegan (without the
baggage of the term).
## Activism
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Supporting the diary industry is, practically speaking, directly supporting the
veal industry (i.e., killing baby cows). Like other mammals, in order to produce
milk, cows must have recently given birth (their lactation period, i.e., the
period of time they produce milk, lasts about 10 months after birth), this works
out to about a calf every year for a dairy cow. This results in a lot of calves.
milk, cows must have recently given birth (their lactation period, the period of
time they produce milk, lasts about 10 months after birth), this works out to
about a calf every year for a dairy cow. This results in a lot of calves.
Generally, more than is sustainable if you don't get rid of them, the population
simply increases too quickly, particularly for the males.
So almost every dairy farm must sell off excess male calves to other places,
these calves are born to cows that have been bred for milk-production and as
such do not tend to put on weight quick enough to be commercially desirable as
beef cows, they are slaughtered young. And even if the herd, let's say, is a
So almost every dairy farm must sell off excess male calves to other places.
Since these calves are born to cows that have been bred for milk-production and
as such do not tend to put on weight quick enough to be commercially desirable
as beef cows, they are slaughtered young. And even if the herd, let's say, is a
hybrid of breeds to make the male calves more viable as beef cows, that only
delays their death, the end result is the same.
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But what about "slaughter free dairy", like Ahimsa Dairy? [Read
this](https://freefromharm.org/animal-products-and-ethics/slaughter-free-dairy/).
But what if you only use milk from the dairy cow my aunt has outside of town,
But what if you only use milk from the dairy cow your aunt has outside of town,
you sprinkle magical dust on her to induce her lactation without pregnancy and
old Bessy is treated like part of the family. And you make all our own cheeses,
creams and such.
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More on honey:
- [Earthling Ed on honey and it's issues](https://youtu.be/clMNw_VO1xo)
- [vegan.com/honey](https://www.vegan.com/honey/)
- [Is Honey Vegan? answer by Erik Marcus](https://www.quora.com/Is-honey-vegan/answer/Erik-Marcus)
- [gentleworld.org/3-reasons-not-to-eat-honey](http://gentleworld.org/3-reasons-not-to-eat-honey/)
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# More resources
- [TalkVeganToMe](https://talkveganto.me/en/)
- https://vegancheatsheet.org/
- [vegancheatsheet.org](https://vegancheatsheet.org/)
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