So I just wanted to let you guys know that in the times ahead I can't promise weekly guides. If you don't want to read the too long post, the tl;dr is that I'll be taking an online course which will take some of my free time, meaning I might have to skip doing a guide some weeks. I have decided to something as outrageous as getting an education. Oh yes, I am but a lowly, unwashed peasant operating a forklift in a fairly large warehouse. Well actually, I have had main responsibility for receiving in my department for over a year now. Even though the pay is actually very good, and I love the hours (06.00 - 14.00) not to mention great coworkers, I have started to grow weary of this job. Ever since I started learning programming as a hobby, I quickly discovered that I pretty much love it as much as I love math and physics. I was actually thinking about studying theoretical physics at one point, but life can take unexpected turns. In any case, I recently applied to a private school that specialize in online studies, and was admitted. It starts up the last week of February, it is a two year education called: Web Developer with specialization in programming, and I can optionally build on it later if I want to. I will of course still work full time while I do this since I continue saving up as much as I can. I am also the kind of person that can't settle for anything less than top results when I first decide to do something like this, so I will be spending as much time as needed on this. So as I said, this means I might not get around to doing weekly guides. However, I will still write guides, and I will still be an active participant on these forums. Oh and I had to get myself another laptop since the study will require Windows, since it will rely on a lot of windows only software, and Visual Studio is the IDE we have to use. I refuse to defile my precious Arch by *shudder* dual booting with windows. My new laptop is a Lenovo IdeaPad Flex15. Nothing special, but well suited for the tasks I will be using it for. The only problem is that it runs Windows 8, and in the short time I've been prodding at it, I have learned that I understand nothing about the interface. I can't seem to find much so far and struggle with understanding if an application has closed or if it was just minized. Thankfully there is also the more traditional desktop available, but it still feels like something I'd rather just prod with a very long stick without having to get any closer to.