Our What Readers Use series continues with designer and video editor Shaun Wilson, who takes the relatively unusual approach of not using his Mac as a Mac. Read on to find out why, and where iPhone and a DeLorean fit into the mix.
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Our What Readers Use series continues with frequent Lifehacker commenter Trideceth12, who explains the most important apps for a Linux system and why an old phone never gets stolen from the beach.
Last week we called for readers to tell us about their setups, and Luke was one of the first to respond. Here's how he makes the most out of life in his largely-Mac universe, how he keeps bookmarklets organised, and why his slow, ancient Nokia phone is still a useful productivity tool.
Last week, we looked at the technology that Lifehacker's editors and writers use to make the site happen, and that proved to be pretty popular (especially in terms of the Australian staff). One commenter suggested we should run a similar series of posts based on what readers use, which sounded like a fine idea. So we're now looking for contributions for the new What Readers Use section.