Schiff ahoi & Hallo Fotobuch

Aufgenommen am 15. April 2020 am Flensburger Hafen


Eigentlich™ würde ich ja gerne mehr hier (und im Schwerkraftlabor Blog) schreiben, aber „man kommt ja zu nichts“. Also werde ich mein Blog stattdessen dafür nutzen, ein paar meiner Bilder zu veröffentlichen.

Aktuell kommt bei mir ein iPhone XS zum Einsatz. Fotografiert wird entweder mit der standard iOS oder in RAW via Halide. Die Nachbearbeitung findet direkt danach auf dem Gerät in Darkroom 4 statt.

Die Fotos werden vor der Veröffentlichung noch mit einem iOS Shortcut mit einem Watermark versehen und kleinskaliert.

2017-05/06 In Links

Phew, being even more lazy this time and I skipped May completely.

New bookmarks in May & June

  • Blink for iOS – an advanced & open source SSH/MOSH client for iOS
  • – a small collection of web tools for Mastodon
  • Vanilla – macOS tool to hide unused statusbar icons
  • – messenger for iOS/Android with security in mind
  • Puppy Linux – very small Linux (~100MB) that runs in RAM
  • – a collection of privacy tools und guides
  • Ghostery – browser plugin to disable (unwanted) tracking on websites
  • uBlock – open source adblocker for browsers
  • – cashback for online shopping
  • LightningMaps – realtime visualisation of lightnings
  • Mavo – new framework to create web apps
  • Ko-fi – web service to support people financially (like Patreon)
  • LibreNMS – open source server and network monitoring system
  • rekordbox – DJ software for Windows and macOS
  • Serato – another DJ software
  • – easy to use tool to copy images/ISO to SD-cards/USB-drives
  • Telekom Speedport Hybrid firmware archive
  • PokeMail – trash mail provider that uses your gps location to create an account
  • FakeWindowsUpdate – nice javascript prank of windows updates
  • DNScrypt – protocol to improve DNS security
  • pixd – colourful visualization tool for binary files
  • – open source conference call system
  • Science Fiction Interfaces – tumblr collection of user interfaces
  • Unsplash – free pictures to use for anything you want
  • RealTime Bitcoin – small webpage for realtime data about bitcoin
  • KeychainCracker – tool to brute-force an macOS keychain
  • rclone – rsync for cloud storages
  • Amaya – open source editor for webpages
  • Polypane – responsive web developer browser
  • Hunchly – tool to track your web browsing for later investigation
  • ssh-mitm – SSH man-in-the-middle tool
  • Bitlove – provide podcasts via peer-to-peer protocols
  • Chocolatey – package manager for Windows
  • Visual Studio Code – open source multi-platform editor from Microsoft
  • newsbeuter – CLI RSS/atom reader
  • mysqldump-to-csv – python script to convert mysqldumps
  • PDFExaminer – online service to check PDFs for malware
  • ChargeBerry – macOS app to monitor / inspect your notebook battery
  • NightShifter macOS Night Shift in the menubar
  • tsocks – transparent socks proxy server
  • #c0ffee is the color – (funny) names for HEX colors
  • Table Tool – simple CSV editor for macOS
  • Sublime Text – very advanced multi-platform code editor with a lot of plugins
  • Atom – open source multi-platform code editor by GitHub
  • ssh-audit – a tool for ssh server auditing
  • GitUp – macOS interface for better git actions
  • Standard eBooks – Collection of reworked public domain eBooks
  • Chmod Calculator – small web tool for chmod
  • Kill sticky headers – bookmarklet to remove static elements from webpages

Read in May & June

2017-04 In Links

New month, more #lazyblogging

New bookmarks in April

  • Windscribe – VPN provider with nodes around the flat earth.
  • LibreElec – Linux-based operating system bundles with KODI (for example to use with Raspberry Pi)
  • Iosevka – Free font for coding
  • AlpineLinux – A security-oriented, lightweight Linux distribution based on musl libc and busybox
  • searx – A free internet metasearch engine which aggregates results from more than 70 search services
  • Lutim – selfhosted picture hosting
  • PrivateBin – Selfhosted pastbin-clone
  • GOGR – online QR code generator
  • KDE neon – „The latest and greatest of KDE community software packaged on a rock-solid base“
  • MTR – open source tool for trace routing in networks
  • WerStreamt.Es – overview of legal movie/tv show streaming sites
  • Provenance – open source game console emulator for iOS/tvOS
  • YouTube PIP – webservice to make any youtube video PIP-ready (picture in picture) for iPads
  • Mastodon – Open source distrubuted social network based on GNU/social
  • Grafana – Mastodon network overview and statistics
  • FullTextRSS – Open source self hosted website for expanding RSS feeds
  • NewtonWars – multiplayer physics game for Raspberry Pi
  • PureCSS – „A set of small, responsive CSS modules that you can use in every web project.“
  • Banditore – your GitHub-stars as RSS feed
  • F43 – web service for expanding RSS feeds
  • Rufus – tool to create bootable USB drives
  • nativefier – simple tool to create web wrapper-applications
  • OmniDiskSweeperDelete – free tool see which folder use up how many diskspace
  • Axigen – easy-to-use mail server for linux
  • Mastodon Bridge – find your Twitter friends on Mastodon
  • – online flowchart and diagram maker
  • caprine – facebook messenger wrapper for macOS
  • Gravit Designer – open source / multi-platform vector drawing tool
  • AirTable – „Airtable makes it easy to organize stuff, people, ideas and anything else you can imagine with your team“
  • SimpleIcons – open icon library
  • PHP – the right way – PHP best practices
  • Rich Link Preview – web service for previewing website in social media / messenger
  • Phoronix test suite – linux benchmark tool
  • ServerCow – vps and web hosting provider based in Germany
  • Mstdn – simple macOS Mastodon client for the status bar

Read in April

2017-03 In Links

I know, I’m late this month with this blogpost – and it is just my second attempt.
March was a quite busy month for me, at least bookmark-wise. I have also tried to get them into some-kind-of thematic order ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Anyway, here comes the #lazyblogging

New bookmarks in February

  • MediathekViewWeb – a fast and easy to use search/overview for content from german public television
  • XKPasswd – As password generator based on the popular XKCD comic.
  • – tips for public speaking
  • – web service for testing websites / URLs
  • – web service to test the SSL security of websites
  • ssllabs – another web service for analyzing SSL security
  • PodSync – a web service for turning Youtube channels/playlists into RSS feeds for podcast-clients
  • Palletton – web tool for color schemes
  • – Prototyping for Arduino in the browser
  • Figma – Design prototyping web service
  • collects and displays all social media interaction using your hashtag in a social hub.
  • TagSpaces – TagSpaces is an offline, open source, personal data manager (Win, Linux, macOS)
  • UNetbootin – Open source tool to create bootable Linux USB drives (Win, Linux, macOS)
  • Abricotine – an open-source markdown editor built for desktop (Win, Linux, macOS)
  • FromScratch – A simple but smart note-taking app (Win, Linux, macOS)
  • Madoko – a markdown processor for writing professional articles, books, manuals, etc.
  • WinCDEmu – open source tool for Windows to emulate/mount ISOs, etc.
  • Microsoft Garage Mouse – a windows tool to use your mouse/keyboard with multiple computers
  • Pencil – an open-source GUI prototyping tool that’s available for all platforms
  • Normbrief-mit-Markdown – template for writing a german ‚Normbrief‘ in markdown
  • AltDrag – small Windows tool for window management (drag any window while holding down the Alt-key)
  • LAN Speed Test (Lite) – Windows and macOS tool test writing/reading speed with network drives
  • Ubuntu Budgie – another flavour of the most famous Linux distribution
  • AllTube Download – a web service similar to the commandline tool youtube-dl
  • CyberDuck – Free FTP/SFTP client for Windows and macOS
  • OSMC is a free and open source media center built for small computers like Raspberry Pi (based on Kodi)
  • Charles – a HTTP/HTTPS monitoring software for macOS
  • AnyBar – a small, coloured, programmable indicator for your macOS menubar
  • Pixel Winch – a macOS tool for quickly measure the pixel-size of screen-elements
  • Querious 2 – a pretty MySQL GUI editor for macOS
  • Sequel Pro – an open source MySQL GUI editor for macOS
  • Drop to GIF – easy to use video to GIF converter for macOS
  • Contexts – Radically simpler & faster window switcher for macOS
  • MoneyMoney – Advanced banking App for macOS
  • Witch – an advanced app-switcher for macOS
  • TripMode – a macOS tools to save bandwidth while being on a phone hotspot/metered connection
  • Munki – Managed software installation for macOS
  • Copied – clipboard manager for iOS and macOS
  • HocusFocus – Keep your macOS desktop clutter free, a menu bar utility that hides your inactive windows
  • Monodraw – Powerful ASCII art editor designed for the Mac
  • Amethyst – window manager for macOS
  • LightPaper – „Simple, beautiful yet powerful text editor for your Mac“
  • Write – Writing & note taking App for iPhone, iPad and Mac with Dropbox and iCloud Sync
  • eyeD3 – a python cli tool for editing (mp3) metadata
  • ripgrep – cli search tool that combines the usability of The Silver Searcher with the raw speed of GNU grep
  • Commitizen – a CLI to make git commits easier to use
  • noti – CLI tool for (system-native) notifications when processes are done
  • mackup – CLI tool to backup your personal application settings
  • prettyping – a more advanced (and prettier) version for the CLI ping
  • pushblast – Get PushBullet notifications when a shell program exits
  • httpie – a CLI HTTP client (e.g. sending POST and GET requests)
  • massren – a CLI to easily rename multiple files at once
  • Dropbox Uploader – a cURL-based BASH script command line interface for Dropbox.
  • RainbowStream – a twitter-client in your terminal
  • PhotoSwipe – JavaScript gallery, no dependencies.
  • Apaxy – make those apache2 directory listing pretty!
  • Tufte CSS provides tools to style web articles using the ideas demonstrated by Edward Tufte’s books and handouts.
  • HTML5 Up! – beautiful HTML5/CSS3 templates
  • Haste – open-source pastebin software written in node.js
  • Lychee – selfhosted open source photo gallery
  • MDwiki – Wiki software based on markdown
  • HTMLy – Databaseless Blogging Platform, Flat-File Blog and Flat-File CMS
  • Mail-in-a-Box – „Take back control of your email with this easy-to-deploy mail server in a box.“
  • Miniflux – A minimalistic, open source RSS reader, compatible with the Fever API
  • koel – a pretty, selfhosted, personal music streaming server
  • Zeal – an offline documentation browser for software developers (Win, Linux, macOS)
  • Raneto – open source Knowledge-base platform based on markdown-files
  • GoAccess – open source real-time web log analyzer and interactive viewer
  • streisand sets up a new server running L2TP/IPsec, OpenConnect, OpenSSH, OpenVPN, Shadowsocks, sslh, Stunnel, a Tor bridge, and WireGuard. It also generates custom instructions for all of these services. At the end of the run you are given an HTML file with instructions that can be shared with friends, family members, and fellow activists
  • Algo VPN – Set up a personal IPSEC VPN in the cloud

Read in March