When my Feedbin annual renewal approached I decided to look at it objectively, and check if a cheaper alternative existed. Turns out I had it already.
Last post in my ‘degrowth’ series: a few points around my concept of a personal and sustainable website.
‘Degrowth’ series, part 6: now that I moved most of my workflow to plain text, I struggle to understand why I relied on proprietary locked-in formats for so long.
Part of my ‘degrowth’ series: why I’ve been using less and less Apple products. Might sound like venting, though it’s not.
Fourth instalment in my ‘degrowth’ series: how and why I use the cloud (not), with a closing note about backup.
Part of a ‘degrowth’ series, this third post is focused on my online social interactions, and how I keep it manageable.
Second post in my ‘degrowth’ series. How I approach the news online, including blogs, videos, newsletters.
First of a series of short posts on personal degrowth. Not a “how to” step-by-step guide, rather a point of view on tech choices that I feel are necessary.
A video by Benn Jordan made me realise how little respect I hold for the idea that growth is a must, in this capitalist world I live in.
Principles I stand for. My takes on being genuine, build a clean online presence, sustainability and more, are connected with a will to keep my mind safe.
I think there is no future without humanity accepting the fact that we need to face degrowth as a proper voluntary choice.
My recent experience with renewing an almost 4-year old Xiaomi mobile phone, replacing its native operating system with the newest Android 13.
Wim Vanderbauwhede on the need for low-carbon and sustainable computing and the path towards zero-carbon computing.
How to add WebP images to a Jekyll-based static site, to ensure new levels of optimization and performance.
Minutes to Midnight’s new redesigned website is easier to navigate and straight to the point. Built with Jekyll, Github and Netlify.
Following a process to recalibrate my self-identity after leaving social media, I’m going back to the roots and leave WordPress for Jekyll, joining the IndieWeb.