On Wednesday, April 8, I had some business to do in Berlins City. So I happened to visit Berlin Hauptbahnhof, the most busiest railway station in the town. It was nearly empty. To document this, I made a small video.
To me, this was impressive and disturbing at the same time.
To me, being trapped at home is quite a new experience. I am used to work remotely for the past 15 years, so no issue with that, but now that I am forced to work from home (a stationary location), my Laptop might not be my best companion anymore, at least for the foreseeable future. So I figured, I had to change something…
My approach to working from home is to use my old 2009 iMac (which I understood to be some hobby project to me) as my main computer, at least as long as raw power is not required. I therefore executed some minor upgrades: I moved it into my “new” workspace at home, added an SSD, changed the graphics card, connected a professional webcam. Today I will replace the desk with bigger one and add 32 GB of RAM. And then I’ll be fine working here the next months. 🙂
And, BTW: I love having 27 inches. I wished my laptop would have this screen size. 🙂