The hardware and software I’m using for projects, work, and free time.

Last update:


  • MacBook Pro 13″ (early 2015)
  • Apple Magic Keyboard and Magic Trackpad
  • External display with USB Type-C connection
  • AirPods Pro (2nd gen.)
  • Audio-Technica ATH-M50x (over-ear wired headphones)
  • Focal Alpha 50 (speakers)
  • iPhone 12 Mini

Everyday software

  • Firefox (main browser)
  • Vivaldi (secondary browser)
  • Apple Mail (with Fastmail)
  • Feedly and NetNewsWire (RSS readers)
  • Omnivore (read-it-later service)
  • Nextcloud (file backup and sync, see blog post)
  • Bitwarden (password manager)
  • Better Rename 9 (renaming photos and music files)
  • Keka (archiving)
  • Mullvad VPN


  • BusyCal (calendar and date-based to-dos)
  • Raycast (Spotlight replacement and multi-tool)
  • Things (to-dos)
  • Craft (notes)
  • Notion (notes and databases)


  • Apple Music (main music player)
  • Bandcamp, BBC Sounds, Spotify (secondary music players)
  • NepTunes and Finale (scrobbling to last.fm)
  • Songkick and Bandsintown (discovering upcoming concerts)
  • MusicHarbor (discovering new album releases)
  • Trakt and Letterboxd (tracking TV shows and movies)
  • Discogs (tracking record collection)
  • VLC Player (video player)

Social media

  • elk.zone and Mona (Mastodon clients)
  • Octal (Hacker News iOS client)

Design & photo editing

  • Affinity Photo/Designer/Publisher (design and photo editing)
  • Capture One (photo editing)
  • Apple Photos (photo backup and sync)
  • Optimage (image resizing/optimization)

Software development

  • VS Code (main code editor), with many extensions and customizations
  • iTerm (terminal)
  • zsh and oh-my-zsh (Shell)
  • Typora (Markdown editor)
  • Fork (git GUI client)
  • RapidAPI (REST tool – formerly known as Paw, rest in peace)
  • ForkLift (FTP client)
  • Postico and TablePlus (database clients)

Tech stack (incomplete)


See photography page!