Here’s some stuff that I find helpful to some degree.
Big boy desk, good chair, good speakers, stupid-Hertz displays.
Macintosh for work.
PC for fun. In 2015 I built my own custom gaming PC. I’m currently on Gen2 of the build having replaced quite a few parts along the way. I budget ~$500/yr upgrading random parts. View my PCPartPicker List.
Inexpensive but faithful wireless gaming mouse.
Gotta take care of your moneymakers.
Huge splurge, but a really great and quirky ortholinear split ergo mechanical keyboard.
KBDFans Mountain Ergo
Another huge splurge.
Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard
This keyboard is a bit squishy, but I promised myself if Microsoft ever released a wired ergo keyboard I’d buy it. For $67 it’s pretty great.
Logitech MX Vertical Wireless Mouse
I trialed a $15 Anker vertical mouse first, but Logitech one is amazing and feels luxurious.
When it comes to podcasting setups, I lean towards minimal, affordable setups that sound good.
Was my travel mic, now it’s my main
Røde PS-1 Swivel Mount Boom Arm
Best way to reduce echo is get that mic up in your face.
Hanging on to this in case I ever go analog again.
Laptop, Tablet, Phones, Etc.
iPad Mini (6th Gen)
Been lusting after a device like this. Mixed reviews tho.
I lost my other phone on a bike ride. This was the cheapest replacement.
I 💙 RSS and Feedbin has the user experience and features I crave.
It’s a code editor. Has plugins and themes. It’s nice.
Online image compression tool, great for cutting WebPs.
Incredible software if you’re going to start a Twitch stream.