Whenever automating something while working with Docker containers, you might want to execute some script inside one of your containers.
I have a long term itch that I kept wanting to scratch. Now it’s finally worth it.
There are so many storage options out there that it’s very easy not only to store your files, but also to loose track of them.
Here’s one use case for AI (as in ChatGPT): summarizing meetings.
Jekyll is a great piece of software, it enables users to generate static website from simple Markdown files like this one.
The only downside?
After adding all the features and “everything but the kitchen sink” in my website, I simplified it so much that it doesn’t even need a navigation menu.
As I already mentioned, I love portrait photography. That means photographing people.
I do understand the need for OTPs (One Time Password). It’s a very easy way to confirm the identity of a user using a different medium. And the key here is the word confirm, because it’s not an actual password, just a simple way to confirm an existing authentication.
It’s a sunny day, last day of April. I’m in a transfer van from Recreation, on my way to Budapest airport to get a plane to Lisbon. I’m looking forward to an even warmer Spring in Portugal.
For a long time I felt like I’m trapped in a loop. I avoid publishing updates on social media (Facebook and Instagram) because I don’t want to grow their content.
There’s one more sunset of 2021, and I’m aiming at getting some mind space for a
retrospective of the year that passed.
So I finally made some updates on my site to make it more appealing (for me, at
least). Two main things are worth mentioning.
As I mentioned before, I’m not keen of producing a ton of content on social networks, or any closed 3rd party platform, as that involves granting a license to your content, contributing only to their success and
I often find myself getting involved into project, hobbies, jobs, relationships, adventures. Challenges of all types, from financial to finding time to meet with
quality people. I love it and it gives me a sense of living a full life.
I realized I now have over 8 thousands professional photos that I took over the last 6 years, of which I’ve published less than 200.
Started my day at 7am, to get on top of things and prepare a few Google Ads copy variation for my Ads meeting coming up soon. I see a lot has changed since I last ran my Google AdWords campaigns, now we have three headlines and two long descriptions. Moving up, I see!
Monday morning. It’s a quarter after 8. Dew drops give me the impression that
it’s raining, but the sky is almost clear so I’m looking forward to a beautiful
and sunny day in Lisbon.
It’s Saturday morning. I hear the raindrops falling on the window sill, while I take a sip of coffee. Another rainy day of Frebruary in Lisbon. It’s been almost two weeks since I stepped outside. Somehow, as careful and responsible I’ve been with hygiene, I managed to get the shiny new Corona plague that’s been going around. Around the planet I mean.
It’s a new year, so a good opportunity to try out new organizing tools and
techniques to improve time management and, of course, my peace of mind.
It is a chilly evening in late December. I’m sipping Rooibos tea from a metal
cup, typing on my 2014 MacBook, on a round wooden table.