- XTIA Xproto Upgrade
16 Apr '22Upgraded my Linux workstation to increase performance by optimizing thermals through increased airflow, using the XTIA C-Zone 30mm extender v2.0 and a dedicated heatsink for the back-mounted NVMe SSD.
- Running an Open Source Home Area Network
11 Apr '22Insights on running a Home Area Network (HAN) nearly completely on open source software, including configurations and metrics.
- Linux on the Phone: Part One
31 Mar '22
- Planor: The Cloud Aviator
20 Mar '22Planor is a TUI client for cloud services like Amazon Web Services, Vultr or Heroku. It allows checking CodePipeline deployments, Heroku builds, Vultr instance states or CloudWatch logs on a lightweight terminal UI.
- Updates 2022/Q1
9 Mar '22Project updates from the current consecutive three-month period, with info on the current status of my projects and next steps. You might find this interesting in case you’re using any of my open source tools.
- reader: Web page readability on the CLI
20 Feb '22reader is for your command line what the “readability” view is for modern browsers: A lightweight tool offering better readability of web pages on the CLI.
- Frankenswitch: The Poor-Man's Soju Switch
6 Feb '22A while ago I stumbled upon an interesting Frankenswitch dubbed the Soju Switch: A combination of an C³Equalz X TKC Kiwi bottom, a Boba U4 top and a Lumia stem. I was tempted to build it, but ideally with parts that are more readily available and maybe even cheaper.
- Gemini is Solutionism at its Worst
17 Jan '22While I don’t care too much about ideas and projects that I believe to be dead ends or maybe even doomed to fail eventually, a recent interaction on Superhighway84 got me to write down a few thoughts on why I believe Project Gemini is a really bad idea.
26 Dec '21Superhighway84 is an USENET-inspired decentralized internet discussion system, featuring a retro text user interface and powered by IPFS and OrbitDB.
- Let's Take Wikipedia Offline!
19 Dec '21Well, not literally. But what if you could look up Wikipedia in an instant, without even requiring a working internet connection?
Call it doomsday prepping or just a precaution, but let’s see if we can have our own copy of Wikipedia running offline, without having too much trouble along the way.