Six years ago, I let Google (auto-)complete Dinosaur Comics’ handy template. Technology has advanced and now we have language models that are named like Star Wars droids. Enter GPT-2, made accessible by Adam King‘s talktotransformer.com.
It’s auto-completion skills are impressive. But is it funny?
Continue reading “The Last Will and Testament of Talk to Transformer”
Strato half-secretly has decent SSH access even for its cheap plans, but it comes with quirks. To use WP-CLI comfortably, I jumped through these hoops: Continue reading “Use WP-CLI remotely over SSH on web host Strato”
When life gives you stocks make stockade.
When life gives you blocks make blockade.
When life gives you gators make Gatorade.
When life gives you bla make blade.
When life gives you hacks make lifehacks.
Total Snowwhiteness: 68.6%
We’re at a remote location, we want to stream a live-produced radio show into the studio for further re-broadcasting.
We have two possibilities:
A. let VLC transcode and server, and we’ll reverse-tunnel it to the receiver
B. we funnel the mixed audio through the web-based (video) conferencing app Jitsi
Continue reading “Streaming a live-produced radio show to the studio with Linux, JACK over VLC+SSH or Jitsi”
Inspired by this post about a website that collects old digital cameras I searched my archives. I found two cameras at pretty different ends of the spectrum: Continue reading “Deprecate, depreciate”
26 drawings in chronological order. Can you tell I’m getting drunker? Continue reading “I drank and drew!”