Martin Manhoff, an American diplomat stationed in Moscow during the 1950s, captured the Soviet Union’s enigmatic world through his personal diary and photographs. His archives offer a candid account that reveals the contrast between the Soviet authorities’ carefully crafted façade and the harsh realities ordinary citizens faced. The photographs depict an unfiltered version of Soviet citizens’ everyday life and the scarcity of consumer goods, omnipresent surveillance, and the fear of being monitored by the Soviet security apparatus.
keyd is a system-wide daemon that remaps keys in Linux, using kernel-level input primitives. It provides an intuitive, flexible, and modular config format that supports layers, key overloading, and keyboard-specific configurations. keyd adheres to the Unix philosophy and supports multiple keyboards with different layouts on the same machine.