Probably everything around you is there because someone cared enough to get out of bed and get the job done.
Pinned my gem.johanbove.info IPFS files to Pinata for an always online mirror of my capsule. Their service is free for up to a 1GB. My whole Gemini Capsule takes up about 1.8 MB today. It'll be some time before I get to that Gigabyte. Currently still learning how to use IPFS and so it is highly likely I will end up sharing over 1GB one day...
Why do big enterprises keep signing up for VPN access contracts that requires their users to fiddle about with SecurID RSA tokens? Even the "virtual" ones have terrible UX and still look like they're from 2002.
If you see me unfollowing you on any of the social networks I am on, it's not personal. Just tending to my own sanity. Starting to believe it's not really mentally sane for us to be constantly bombarded with all this information.
InterPlanetaryFileSystem is an amazing project. Going through loads of well written docs and tutorials. The learning curve is not level, but manageable.
The aweful storage space management of the Android 10 System is making me want to get an iPhone instead. I added an SD Card to my phone, followed all the steps to make the space being used as internal and now the system Camera app is not crashing on video mode and does not record any images.
I can't change the storage option in the Camera app settings and now also taking Screenshots fails because it keeps saying there isnt enough space.
In the process of changing bank accounts. It's been more complicated than I wish it would have been. Moving SEPA transactions is not as straightforward as one might want.
Figuring out a use case for IPFS for my own usage. It seems to be gaining some popularity with more integrations. More to come soon!
Learned about Web Monetization through Coil.com and Brave's Basic Attention Token just yesterday. Going to experiment with these a bit on this site.
Realized that islands in oceans and seas are like sugar cubes in a glas of water, very slowly being dissolved. Erosion must be the world's slowest force of Nature.