Holy crap! The Cyberpunk Librarian is back with a new episode about his favourite operating system that’s not actually an operating system. But then again, it may as well be, because that’s what he’s using most of time. Join Dan as he walks you through Firefox, how to use it better and more efficiently, how to make it pretty, and how to save a six figure number of images.
Min – A minimalist web browser.
Qutebrowser – A keyboard-focused browser with a minimal GUI
Firefox Theme – Matrix_Purple ANIMATED
Firefox Theme – Neon
Firefox Theme – Black Rain (Animated)
Chrome Web Store – Themes
Winamp Skin Museum – Ooooooooo preeeeetty!
The Commodore 64 – One of the most popular computers ever.
Mouse 1351 – For the Commodore 64
GEOS – The Graphical Environment Operating System. An 8-bit wonderment of a GUI operating system for the Commodore 64.
Notion – Notes and so much more. I’ve tried and tried to find something that works better for me, but I always keep coming back.
Eagle – Collect, search and organize your images for projects and tasks.
Cybersylvanian – My Tumblr site. Images of cyberpunk, anime, retro, classic celebrities, angels, comic art, and lots more.
Firefox Extension – Bypass Paywalls (Available for Chromium based browsers)
Firefox Extension – Facebook Container – (Not available for Chromium based browsers)
Firefox Extension – Humble Bundle Downloader – (Not available for Chromium based browsers)
Firefox Extension – Notification Sound – (Not available for Chromium based browsers)
Bellydance at Ebisu by Ryo Miyashita
Airflow by Bio Unit
Scape from Reality by Code Therapy
From the Ocean by Lampé
Boardwalk by Holizna
Memories of Thailand by Risey