About the author

My name is Eugene. In the Internet I’m known as Dae*. I’m an IT professional, web-developer and a producer/investor who works with a number of small teams (like SmoothMouse, a mouse driver for macOS) and businesses in Europe (like Andy Fiord Fashion Advertising) in various roles involving IT, management, marketing and design.

I’m passionate about helping small businesses achieve big goals with the help of cost-efficient and non-bloated technology.

I develop and maintain business applications myself (mostly in Python/Django & Javascript/VueJs and within Unix ecosystem) and happily implement existing solutions (often also web-based). Sometimes a combination of both is just the thing.

Occasionally I make websites like andyfiordmodels.com and andyfiordproduction.com.

The purpose of this blog is so that I can post my random technical ramblings that might only be of interest to a wanderer from a search engine looking for a specific answer. I don’t post only non-obvious solutions to sophisticated problems. Some of the stuff — like Time Machine server setup guide for Linux — is really simple, but it was found helpful by many.

If you have a comment or just want to say ‘hello’, please don’t hesitate to contact me at dae@dae.me.

* — Dae is short for Daedalus, an AI character from one of my favorite games Deus Ex, named after a craftsman from Greek mythology. You can call me by either name. Eugene is not exactly my ‘real’ name either. Besides, what’s real anyway.

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1 Response to About the author

  1. Michael Bonham says:

    I was wondering if you have ever done a nice write up explaining the different aspects of mouse sensitivity and acceleration and how strategies for each differ between Windows and OSX. I’ve seen a few random different pages that talk about it but never one good resource with everything in one place. Would also be curious to learn about how sensitivity and acceleration is optimized for different types of input devices (mouse vs trackpad, etc).

    For what it’s worth, I had SmoothMouse installed for quite a while and was bummed when I had to remove it. I spend a lot of time working both in OSX and in Windows and having similar mouse behavior as I actively switch between the two is a real necessity.

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