New Website Energy
April 28th, 2022
48 mins 47 secs
About this Episode
It's a summer of projects, we get into our plans to totally rebuild our website, some new Podcasting 2.0 features and, Brent takes his first bite of the Raspberry Pi.
- Open a channel to our node: 037d284d2d7e6cec7623
- Podcastindex.org on Twitter — Using the
tag, Curiocaster’s feed generator (called Sovereign Feeds) can change the UI for feed/episode creation to make everything reflect the type of content you are creating (like a music album). This is another part of “the vision”.
- Website Rebuild Ideas & Explorations · Discussion — Join the discussion around our new website.
- Website issues for JupiterBroadcasting.com, et al.
- Grav — Grav is a modern open source flat-file CMS
- Linux Foundation Shills NFTs and Spreads FUD about Bitcoin — The Linux Foundation has started spreading FUD about free software projects in an attempt to sell the virtues of their centralized Proof of Work blockchain Hyperledger and shill "green" NFTs.
- From 1999: Dig more coal -- the PCs are coming — The current fuel-economy rating: about 1 pound of coal to create, package, store and move 2 megabytes of data. The digital age, it turns out, is very energy-intensive. The Internet may someday save us bricks, mortar and catalog paper, but it is burning up an awful lot of fossil fuel in the process.