This article is based on my personal experience and in part on the teachings of the excellent Don Giardino. If you want to learn more about gardening and permaculture, I highly recommend his book and his website. Introduction: The Art of Reading Nature’s Signals Having a green thumb isn’t just about having some magical ability to grow plants. It’s about being an excellent observer of nature and learning to understand the signals that plants give us.
Reverse engineering and creation of a temperature monitoring appDeveloping an app for a client to monitor temperatures for medical purposes
Corebooted Thinkpad x230 with hardware modsSay goodbye to your personal NSA agent and hello to a cheap and powerful laptop
Building a social media startupA systematic journey through developing, evaluating and building a social media startup.
Going fully remote - maximum freedom20 litres of water and petrol, a motorbike with sidecar in which you can sleep, a solar panel and a gas cooker
Ever been annoyed by high fees and restrictive conditions from ticket monopolists like Ticketmaster? Worry no more! This blog post outlines a project that proposes a new, decentralised approach to ticketing, designed to create a fairer experience and offer an innovative perspective on the ticketing industry. The Magic Behind the Curtain: IOTA’s Shimmer Network The project is built upon IOTA’s Shimmer Network, a distributed ledger technology that allows the creation and transfer of non-fungible tokens (NFTs).
In today’s world, it’s almost impossible to imagine life without WhatsApp. The popular messaging app has become an integral part of our daily lives, allowing us to stay connected with friends, family, and colleagues no matter where we are. But what if you were to live without WhatsApp for 5 years? I know this sounds like a daunting task, but hear me out. I recently made the decision to delete WhatsApp from my phone and, after nearly five years of living without it, I can confidently say that it’s been a liberating experience.
The vision Imagine an application that could do it all… Something between reddit, instagram, telegram and eBay. Now imagine everyone on this platform can be anonymous - no IP log, no nothing. The application would not be served from a single server, instead it would be decentralised and accessible through a regular browser. This means, that anyone can participate and communicate / buy / sell anything they want. Because of its decentralised nature, the application could not be stopped or shut down by a government entities.
Surveillance Capitalism So, famously, industrial capitalism claimed nature. Innocent rivers, and meadows, and forests, and so forth, for the market dynamic to be reborn as real estate, as land that could be sold and purchased. Industrial capitalism claimed work for the market dynamic to be reborn as labor that could be sold and purchased. Now, here comes surveillance capitalism, following this pattern, but with a dark and startling twist. What surveillance capitalism claims is private, human experience.
I created a full stack template to quickly build nativ cross-platform apps with one web code base: CAIN-Stack Code & Docs Intro With Steve Jobs originally presenting the idea of web apps “that look exactly and behave exactly like native apps” 12 years ago and 4 years since the term “PWA” was coined, How close are we to a webpage that behaves like a native app? First lets take a look what makes an app native:
privacytools.io is one of my favorite sites. I foĺlowed many tips & tricks such as switching to mailbox.org as my email provider, using bitwarden as my password manager, standardnotes as my note taking tool and the like. Study it and try to realize as much as possible. After you went incognito, you can start to do some fun things without creating to much noise. Follow the awesome piracy guide to find hidden treasures.
Part 1: What was, will be GDP Growth is declining all around the world. We reached our economic peak 20 years ago. CO2 emissions are changing the water cycle rapidly, which is exponentially shifting the chemistry of our planet. By the end of this century only half of the species on this planet will be left. It is terrifying! So what do we do? We need a new economic vision for the world and we need it quick.