A bit of Sunday writing

Today is probably going to be the second day in a row that a weblog post gets written and posted online. I’m targeting about 500 words per writing session, but that is not a hard and fast rule, it is just a general target. I’m trying to produce about a solid page of prose during each writing effort. Normally, I tend to produce about a paragraph at a time from a thought to the page and then that happens over and over again. You may have noticed that my thoughts vary wildly from paragraph to paragraph and that is probably the reason for that. 

This is the first time in a bit that two days of writing have been posted in a row. Taking down my previous content was a relatively hard decision to make, but now I’m ready to write new content. Maybe I should set it to expire after a certain period of time or maybe I just just compile it into a book format from time to time and leave it published out that way. My main computer has been swapped from a Corsair brand to a Be Quiet! brand case. I moved from the Corsair Carbide Series Air 740 High Airflow ATX Cube Case to the Be Quiet! Dark Base Pro 900 rev 2 case.[1][2] My initial impression of the new case is that it is so much quieter than the other case. I guess over time the fan noise is something that I just started to tune out and pretty much ignored. My office is now so very silent with the computer running in the background. The level of ambient noise has dropped off a ton. It’s really noticeable. Maybe I actually like that server fan noise in the background. I’ll probably get over it.

At some point along the way I’ll be able to get a new graphics card. That graphics card purchase will proceed my purchase of the new Dell U4021QW monitor.[3] Both of those things seem exciting for my office and are certainly future purchases.


[1] Corsair Carbide Series Air 740 High Airflow ATX Cube Case which is now out of stock and probably discontinued at this point
[2] Be Quiet! Dark Base Pro 900 rev 2 case
[3] Dell UltraSharp 40 Curved WUHD Monitor

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