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re: 5 Projects To Do When You're Offline VIEW POST

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Haha this is great, funny to see you so bluntly and unapologetically admitting that you don't give a hoot about outdoors ... :-)

But anyway, in principle you can do a lot more than these things, you can even do web or database programming or whatever, as long as all the programs and dependencies that you need are already downloaded (and you don't depend on cloud services and so on). And then you're still limited by not being able to access online docs, googling for answers, accessing Stackoverflow and so on.

You could make an effort to download a lot of these things and make sure you have them locally. But it's still a hassle of course. Maybe there's some sort of software tool to assist with this?

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