If anybody wants to cut cost on self-hosting I strongly suggest frp https://github.com/fatedier/frp.
How it works (in short)
1) Set a home server locally (no public IP needed).
2) Get a cheap VPS (which will be your proxy to the world).
3) Set frp (client/server) on local server and VPS.
My current production software on Linux:
Photoshop → https://www.photopea.com or GIMP
Illustrator → Inkscape or https://vectr.com
MS Office → LibreOffice
Premiere → OpenShot
Audition → Audacity or Ardour
Acrobat → Master PDF Editor (not FOSS)
Lightroom → darktable
RDC → Remmina
InDesign → Scribus
Skype for Business → Sky
An actual phone - Zoiper
Did you know, you can narrow down the suggestions from the firefox address bar using the following characters :
^ to search for matches in your browsing history.
* to search for matches in your bookmarks.
+ to search for matches in pages you’ve tagged.
% to search for matches in your currently open tabs.
# to search for matches in page titles.
$ to search for matches in web addresses (URLs).
? to search for matches in suggestions.
Can we please stop proclaiming the end of the fediverse! Just because someone with ideas you don't agree with is joining the fediverse does not mean that the fediverse is over. It means its getting popular! If there's any danger to the fediverse, its the threat of censorship by oligarchs. Who want to silence the opinions they disagree with.
bet he will make a killing on adsense.
P.S can somebody send me a pdf of the post when it's up? thanks
Went to check if you can even use these "chapters" in #youtubedl
turns out it just reads the timestamps in the description
and with --add-metadata --prefer-mpeg it will work.
So to summarise:
if you are doing podcasts on youtube please put timestamps in the description
Came to think of something from a discussion that really annoys me about podcasts.
If you are semi-listening to one and they mention something nice about something or otherwise which gets your attention mid segment.
At that point will never mention the name of it ever during that segment, and like most people on youtube (this case) never do chapters. 😡
What a mobile website is *supposed* to do
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