Rapture in Everything

Running Huginn with Docker

Last time I've written about using Huginn. I have never actually used Docker before, but I've decided to give it a go. I'm hosting various pieces of software on my server, which run on anything from Go to PHP. And given my few, but all the more unpleasant experiences with Ruby, I'd decided that I'd rather move most of my software to Docker than try to install yet another stack on my server. So yeah, you could say this XKCD strip summarizes my intentions with Docker perfectly. The setupThe setup itself wasn't difficult. Huginn even lets you try it out...

Playing with Huginn: "Your agents are standing by!"

"Huginn is a system for building agents and performing automated tasks online." Here's how I found it, made a personal newsletter (and some other stuff) with it. Next time: Docker setup....

Leaving Evernote for Joplin

I have been looking for an Evernote replacement for the longest time. It's a nice tool, but it has some features and limitations that irritated me: no markdown support (the HTML in the editor often got messy), no end-to-end encryption or control over my data, and a restrictive device limit and online-only requirement in the free version. While one could argue I could have paid to fix some of those problems, I didn't want to. The only restriction that really bothered me was the two-device limit. I had no use for more space or extra features: in the 5+ years...

Bandcamp - the best place to buy music

I love Bandcamp. They do almost exactly what I want from a music store. (I just think their search is a bit sucky - I often can't find what I'm looking for.) You can see my faves in the picture above. I would have never known about most of them, were it not for Bandcamp. Some things to love about it: They let you actually listen to the music, first. Every album is available in its entirety. You can listen to it a few times and then decide whether you want to buy it. NO DRM. For me, DRM is...

Wallabag - with MySQL and RabbitMQ

How I discovered Wallabag and made it run on Ubuntu with MySQL and RabbitMQ for Imports. Everything I needed to do should be here,...