Jan-Lukas Else

Thoughts of an IT expert

XXXX-12-15


Bunny AI

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Bunny.net joined the AI hype and created “Bunny AI” (docs), AI images created on the edge. I tried it out, because it’s currently free during the preview, but somehow I don’t find the generated images aesthetic or I’m just to stupid to write better prompts. I guess the Bunny developers also need some distraction from time to time, because they are working hard on S3 support for Bunny Storage for years already. 🐰

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My website is powered by GoBlog, a simple and dynamic blogging system that’s open source, actively developed and implements most IndieWeb functionalities. It packages everything in a single binary and I’ve been so over the moon using it and seeing it improve week after week that I’m surprised it isn’t more popular. So I put on my evangelist boots to share how I use this “stupidly-simple” blogging system to power my online presence.

Thanks, Andrés, for all your great improvement ideas, will to try out all the undocumented features, your feedback and for sharing GoBlog! 😄

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Forgejo

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A few weeks ago, it came to light that Gitea has been owned by a for-profit Gitea Ltd. for several months. The lack of transparency has disturbed the trust of many contributors and users. That’s why Codeberg (a German based non-profit association - disclaimer: I am a member of the association) has now started a soft fork: Forgejo.

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A blog is not a commitment

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Yes! A blog is not a commitment! If you want to tell something, just do it. Even if that’s just one thing. Another thing may come to your mind, but it’s no problem when that’s years later. Just start a blog.

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Google is not a search engine, but an ad engine

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DHH, CTO of BaseCamp, tweets the following:

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The effect of @jack’s tweet

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I just noticed the following: Search on Twitter for IndieWeb and ActivityPub or take a look at the Google Trends for ActivityPub.

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Do You Enjoy Your Work? - Being successful without being CEO

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I am currently undergoing an apprenticeship at a company and there has just been a change of trainer. At his farewell, the old trainer mentioned that he thinks it is important to have fun with what you do. This is the only way to ensure that you can stay physically and mentally fit until retirement, without problems such as burnout.

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Jan-Lukas Else