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“The Web Is Fucked”

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Kev Quirk has written a manifesto showing what bothers him about today’s web:

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How I checked the battery health of my Android phone 🔋

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My smartphone, a Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite, which has been my daily driver for a year and a few months, has a 4500mAh Li-Po battery ("lithium-ion polymer" – like lithium-ion, but with solid or gel-like electrolytes that allow a thinner design). My smartphone can be charged with a maximum of 45 watts. The included charger, which I always use for charging, delivers a maximum of 25 watts.

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Every good blogging system should have an option to schedule posts for later! GoBlog now has such a feature as well. And this is the first scheduled post. 😀

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“What would a real Web3 look like?”

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Matt Baer, found of write.as, compares the web3 with his vision of how a real Web 3.0 could look like.

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Reply to: Advent of Bloggers 2021: Day 8

Thank you for featuring my blog in your latest “Advent of Bloggers” post and your kind words, James! 🤓

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Today I learned that there is a new version 2 of Docker Compose. Docker Compose is now no longer a Python app, but a CLI plugin for Docker written in Go. And there is a Compose specification.

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Micro.blog’s new newsletter feature

Published on in 💭 Thoughts

I think the new micro.blog feature for newsletters is the right approach. Blog first, newsletter second. But newsletters are not difficult to set up, they only need to be activated by a checkbox.

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Building Docker images in Drone CI using Docker-in-Docker

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This evening I tried to improve the build process of GoBlog. GoBlog gets built using Drone CI and Docker. The problem was that two image variants are to be built, one based on the other, and the whole thing always took quite a long time.

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Walking and listening to an audiobook 😌🚶‍♂️🎙️📚

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I’ve never really done test-driven development (TDD). But Advent of Code offers the perfect opportunity for that, because there is already an example input and an example result. So it is possible to create a test first and program until the test passes.

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