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Depending on the time of the day a friend, a colleague, a wise guy. The beauty of the world is its sense of humor to show humans their way by letting them search their own.


  1. Why I use multiple password managers

    You might saw my previous take on password managers where I mentioned that I used all four of the compared password managers. These days I reduced the number of password managers that I use a bit, but I still use two different password managers on a daily basis. Those password managers are pass and Bitwarden. …


  2. Self-isolate your website with a CSP

    Of course the headline is a little wordplay talking about the current situation, but also correct nonetheless. In order to harden your website and prevent unexpected leaking of your user’s IP addresses and browser fingerprints to third-parties, a CSP, Content-Security-Policy, is a great tool. …


  3. Why web feeds are better than email newsletters

    When I look in my mailbox and registration forms around the web one thing is essential: Everyone wants to get back to me. And everyone wants to do that by email. From web shops where I buy a single item explicitly without creating an account, to blogs and even portfolio websites. Everyone wants to lure me into their newsletter to be able to send me emails I never read. …


  4. Using duplicity and Backblaze B2 storage for backup

    Making regular backups of your data is important. I hope no one is trying to debate on that. Of course, some data is more important than other, but given that you want to keep things around, I recommend you to store your data in a good place and then make sure backups are done completely automatic. …


  5. Shivering-Isles GitLab in 2020

    As you may know, I run a GitLab instance for my private projects on one of my servers. In order to make it easy to identify I usually refer to it as SI-GitLab. And to say the least, GitLab is an amazing piece of software. …


  6. Using the Matrix room directory

    Everyone who follows me around will have notice that I’m an advocate for the matrix protocol. Main argument is of course the federation, but also the growing ecosystem and strong standardization of the protocol. Since I’m an advocate for protocol, I of course provide various channels on this wonderful, federated platform. …


  7. Fedora, where are you?

    Looking at the most recent wiki changes by the Debian project, I love to say: Welcome to the Fediverse, Debian! I’m looking forward to wonderful people to exchange about tech and social topics! …