Love the feeling and sound of these keys. I could be doing my taxes on this thing and it would sound like I was performing an ASMR album. It's also very reliable, I've never had to wait for it to charge or do any troubleshooting.
I've tried all sorts of desks over the years, from the fancy semi-automated standing desk, to modern glass desks, and temporarily settled on a very boring, but functional 4'W x 3'L wooden desk, that I'm happily using now. Don't know the brand, but it's not too unique from other wooden desks.
Can't find a brand on this one either, but as long as you find a chair that's comfortable, height-adjustable, pelvic-tiltable (the pelvic-tilt is crucial to avoid back pain and find the partner of your dreams), breathable, ergonomic, and mesh backed, to allow your back to breath after long, intense coding sessions; then you should be good.
This 25" monitor helps me be more productive when doing web development work and most other online things.
After decades of using generic mice, I finally decided to upgrade to a gamer mouse and will never go back. This mouse has sensitiviy adjustment, so I can easily change the movement speed, for doing different types of work, (for example: artwork, vs browsing), a double click button, and super ergonomic feel to prevent carpal tunnel syndrome.
Battery pack to charge my appliances. Comes in handy when traveling or if I forget to charge something and don't feel like waiting for it to charge in a wall socket. It holds 26.8 amp hours of power.
I love having everything in the cloud (and locally). It makes accessing all my documents easy from any computer, and also makes me feel good, knowing that if I spill coffee on my computer, my documents will live on.
Speedy, simple, and has a search function. Very reliable.
Tried a lot of editors, but like using VS Code the best becuase of its extensive feautures, plugins, built-in terminal, and appearance.
I carry a little notepad with me everywhere to capture good and bad ideas, and to work on ideas when I need a break from the computer.
I like adding a little color to my notes with these pens, I think it makes them more organized and memorable. I also like having the redundancy of four pens in one.
Entry level DSLR camera that takes decent pics
Use this program to design websites and build websites from other peoples' designs.
Also use this for designing websites. I think it's more user friendly than Adobe XD.
Use this for designing websites and editing photos. Mostly editing photos.
If you're too cheap for photoshop, you can use this free photo-editing program.
I use this to do bulk conversions between different filetypes.
I've used a lot of earbuds over the years, and these are my favorite so far. They have great sound quality, are indestructible, comfortable, relatively inexpensive, and have ear loops so they don't fall out when running or doing other high-impact things.
I use these when working on the computer, making music, and moving the lawn. They provide top-quality audio quality at poverty-level pricing. Their over-the-ear fit is also very comfortable and does a nice job reducing outside noises.
Use this for simple audio recordings on my phone
Use this to make music online. It's basically the full-featured version of garage band.
Basic digital piano that has everything I need to interface with a music program like Logic or GarageBand. I plan to upgrade soon to something bigger with better touch response.
This is what I read most of my books on. Love how easy it is to take notes, and it doesn't blast my eyes with blue light at night, which helps me sleep better.
I use these goggles when I'm working on the computer late at night to improve my sleep and to spook my neighbors.
This software gradually decreases the blue-light your computer produces as the day progresses to help you sleep better.
Customizable sleep app that you can use to produce your own relaxing sleep sounds.
It can be easy to get in the habit of reusing passwords for convenience and give up security. This cloud-based password manager can solve this problem by creating random passwords for you and saving them in a secure safe in the cloud that you can access from anywhere.
I work at coffee shops a lot and use the pubic wifi. Unfortunately, almost all public wifi networks are unencrypted, which means people could see any of my network activity, including financial transactions, if they wanted to. By using a VPN, you're able to encrypt this traffic to increase your digital privacy and security on public networks.
Use this to secure WordPress sites and prevent armies of robot hackers from brute-forcing their way into my databases and injecting malicious code.
your site from bots that try to overload your servers or perform other types of digital attacks.