Time management > Content management >
I use a "death" model to organize my content.
Projects and individual items have a life cycle from birth and life, to death and interment. There is also well-defined horror-fantasy terminology for "undeath".
maybe more will be written, but this seems to be good for now.
A simple little scanner. Does its job and has great auto-naming features.
Hardware > Scanners >
Canon CanoScan LiDE 120
I checked SANE's supported devices list, and saw that the LiDE 120 is supported, however the model I received uses a different and apparently-unsupported chipset! (GL848+)
Herein are notes of my misadventure.
A beautified text editor with the widgets around the edges removed.
I started using it because I couldn't trivially get Geany spell checking working.
Hardware > PlayStation 2 >
A PlayStation 2 controller macro device.
This is a middleman between a standard PlayStation 2 controller and the console. It can also be chained through to a USB adapter or other such device, to ultimately let an original PS2 controller work with a computer.
Unfortunately, this has an limited number of button presses that it can do! I think it's 9 or 10.
A host of features to manage processes, such as changing CPU priority. It has lots of automated magic for system happiness. I use it for its control of the CPU's power profile, making this the equivalent of Linux's cpufrequtils.
A straightforward PDF viewer with bookmarks and tabs.
Software > Web browsers >
Based on Chrome's open-source components (Chromium), but with real-browser functionality added.
Spectacular. It has all the pieces missing from Chrome. I'd strongly consider switching to it from Pale Moon if it had proper ScrapBook X support.