More on E2EE apps for the web: is the web really that bad for E2EE compared to mobile/native? And some (IMO) unappreciated challenges in bridging the gaps https://emilymstark.com/2024/02/09/e2ee-on-the-web-is-the-web-really-that-bad.html
Worklog: got a subscription version of https://transcriptgenerator.com live. Next steps on the project are finishing the pro features and then doing some launch marketing.
@simon your blog and feeds on new AI developments continue to be an incredibly useful as a way to stay up to date. Thank you for sharing!
I don't suppose you have a post or concise document anywhere summarizing which tools and plugins you are currently using and for what?
Worklog: starting to settle in to London and finally getting some work done again - 3.5km walk each morning to get both kids to school notwithstanding!
Managed to move https://transcriptgenerator.com forward a bit in the last couple of weeks. Hope to have the subscription version of this live before the end of the month, do a bit of marketing, and then I can refocus back on other projects.
"The diagrams and the whole business that I got the Nobel Prize for came from that piddling around with the wobbling plate."
-- Richard Feynman
Worklog: converted https://svgflipbook.com back to a completely free and open source project that anybody can use online to animate SVGs. 🎉
Worklog: This week I decided to take another crack at getting https://transcriptgenerator.com to market (i.e. implementing subscriptions). I didn't quite get there but made good progress.
I am pretty sure I will get subscriptions live this week. Traffic and usage of the site & AI features has been consistent. Some people seem to find it useful. I'm looking forward to seeing how it performs as a paid product.
I hope to retain my moral compass somehow, despite building an LLM based subscription product.
Worklog: took a break from Beat Maker last week to hack on some 🌲 https://hostedgitea.com essential fixes.
📼 Started implementing subscriptions & analytics on https://transcriptgenerator.com which has been getting a fair bit of traffic, but it was slow going and I didn't really get anywhere. Not very motivated to work on it.
🤓 Also tinkered with some algorithmic tracker module code which was the most fun.
🥁 Back to Beat Maker this week.
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