March 2023 Archives

March 31, 2023

Tailscale Funnel (beta) can share a private web server to the public internet. Another option for running a website or blog from a home server.

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March 29, 2023

I didn't think Wes Anderson could out do himself! Check out the Asteroid City official trailer.

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March 28, 2023

The A.I. hype = crypto gold rush v2. Current strategy: create a service that can bolt on the OpenAI API in some unique or helpful way, charge people a fee/sub for it and make as much money as possible before a competitor comes in or big tech integrates your idea into their core product.

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March 24, 2023

Don Melton released More Video Transcoding: tools to transcode Blu-ray Discs and DVDs into a smaller, more portable format while remaining high enough quality to be mistaken for the originals.

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The Fuzz Face is a fairly simple circuit to build and sounds awesome! Here's a fun project to build a Fuzz Face clone with a stripboard. A good starter project if you want to get into guitar pedal building.

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March 22, 2023

After reading this post by John Gruber, I'm not looking forward to the AI-generated deepfake chaos that is coming. Just like GPTs, society is probably not ready for this kind of tech to be released openly without any way to defend against it.

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It seems like every company is trying to track you, including your mobile provider. It's probably a good idea to opt out of sharing data with them.

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March 21, 2023

The show must go on! Good to see that DP Review's Chris Niccolls and Jordan Drake are joining PetaPixel's YouTube channel.

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Nintendo’s official The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild guidebook can be downloaded for free.

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A collection of macOS cursors that you can download in SVG or PNG.

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Damn. I can't believe that DPReview is closing after 25 years. Amazon has not been a good steward of the companies they've purchased at all. A huge loss for the photography community!

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March 20, 2023

March 18, 2023

New toy! The Keeley Halo is worth it just for the Andy Timmons setting. My Strymon DIG can get into the ball park of that setting, but the Halo just feels better.

The Keeley Halo guitar delay/echo effects pedal

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March 16, 2023

Amazon plans to discontinue newspaper and magazines subscriptions for Kindle in September. I'm hoping they won't kill Comixology, although they've gutted most of the team that runs it.

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Singer songwriter Bobby Caldwell has passed. Another legend gone.

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This feels like when I started blogging in 2002: Add a "not by AI" badge to your content if it's not AI-generated. The badge was created to encourage more humans to produce original content and help users identify human-generated content.

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March 15, 2023

Disney shows off working lighsaber tech, but won't sell them! 😭

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March 14, 2023

Your WordPress blog on Mastodon… soon? It will be interesting to watch how this develops and how they explain how it works.

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OpenAI debuts GPT-4, which they claim surpasses ChatGPT in its advanced reasoning capabilities. Things are moving way too quickly…

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Plus lets you take live snapshots of any app or website and embed them in the productivity tools you use every day (Slack, Notion, Google Slides, Canva, etc). It basically takes screenshots that automatically stays up to date! I can imagine creating a dashboard with stats from different websites with this tool.

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March 11, 2023

Slowly moving all of our domains from GoDaddy to Cloudflare. Very tedious (and a bit stressful) but hopefully better in the long run…

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March 10, 2023

Feeling good about yourself? Let an AI roast you.

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Aiko is a macOS and iOS AI-powered audio transcription app using OpenAi's Whisper model running locally on your device. I'm really amazed at how accurate it is with transcription!

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It's almost time for lunch! Enjoy endless rotating sandwiches!

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One of my favorite manga creators, Inio Asano has launched his new series,「MUJINA IN TO THE DEEP」in Japan. He's published the first chapter online.

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March 9, 2023

Graphy is a free web tool to make, share and embed charts and interactive data visualizations. It's slick and change your data into a beautiful chart.

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Neat! Battery-free Game Boy gets it's power from button presses and solar panels.

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March 8, 2023

If you want to a game to rob you of time and have a moment of serenity, Gourdlets is for you.

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March 7, 2023

Very cool! There's now a Drafts app action that lets you can have a conversation with ChatGPT in the Drafts app.

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MacStadium's MacMini M2 teardown reveals a bigger fan and logic board compared to the MacMini M1. Even though it's larger, I still can't believe how small it actually is.

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If you have stuff to do today, you might want to avoid Lander, a Lunar Lander inspired game you can play in a web browser.

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edit.photo is a free, privacy focused web based photo editor with most of the features needed to edit photos quickly.

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After Dark in CSS brings back great memories of my first Mac.

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March 6, 2023

According to TechCrunch, Medium is the first company to offer users a "premium" Mastodon experience which currently runs $5 USD per month or $50 per year with its annual plan.

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