- Deno is great
What is Deno, how do I use it and should you even consider it?
- Trying out Helix (editor)
After two years of Vim and Neovim, I discovered a new rabbit hole.
Why lists are useful, and how to use them effectively.
- How privacy had an impact on my life
Everything took a turn in 2018, during my second year at the university.
- December 2022
What I've been up to since November.
- 2022 Year in review
What happened in 2022.
- Switching to SourceHut Builds
Earlier this year I started using git-hooks for CI/CD, but now I'm switching to SourceHut.
- You don't need live chat on your website
Why you (probably) don't need live chat on your website.
- November 2022
What I've been up to since October.
- I didn't buy anything on Black Friday
Why does that matter?
- October 2022
What I've been up to since September.
- Casual gaming is getting boring
For the last 22-23 years I've played video-games regularly, but now it's getting boring...
- Privacy vs. Anonymity
What's the difference, and why I care.
- I made a website for the place I live
Why would I do such a thing?
- September 2022
What I've been up to since July.
- Why you should stop taking photos of documents (and receipts)
Please stop taking photos of physical documents.
- July 2022
What I've been up to in July.
- My thoughts on Ghost CMS
I recently used Ghost CMS for the first time, this is about what I've learned while using it.
- I don't use notifications for everything
Notifications, why I don't use them as much as once did. JOMO > FOMO.
- How to keep your e-mail organized
A few tips and tricks that I use everyday to keep things tidy.
- June 2022
What I've been up to in June.
- Vipps should allow usernames
Today Vipps doesn't allow usernames for individuals, and that could be concerning for some people.
- May 2022
What I've been up to lately.
- How to setup soft-serve as a systemd-service
Setting up and using soft-serve from charm.sh as a Git-server.
- Paper notes
On going back to paper notes, instead of digital means and not trying remember everything.
- Using a tiling window manager on macOS
For the last few months I've been using Yabai as a tiling window manager on my MacBook.
- What should you choose for depolying your static websites?
Should you use GitHub Pages/Actions, `scp/rsync`, Sourcehut, GitLab?
- Owning my own logs
Not having someone else own your logs is very nice, especially when you can organize them with "magic".
- Switching back to a dumb watch
I've been using an Apple Watch exclusively for the last three years. Now I'm going to switch things up.
- Git tips & tricks
Useful tips and tricks I've picked up from using Git for a few years.
- Migadu Review
My thoughts on Migadu after using it for 8 months.
Do I regret leaving Facebook? What happens now?
- Goodbye Facebook
Finally saying goodbye to Facebook, for good.
- Deploy a static site to production using git-hooks
How to deploy a static site to production (any kind of Linux-server).
- Trying out aerc
After using Apple Mail for a while, I'm trying aerc as my new email client.
- Migadu > ProtonMail
Why I decided against continuing using ProtonMail and migrate over to Migadu. Not a direct comparison nor a review of the services.
- Launching Everyday Privacy
Launching a project I worked on my last semester, spring 2021, at the University of Bergen, helping educate everyday people about privacy and security.
- Why I don't use LinkedIn
How I used LinkedIn in the past, my interactions and why I deleted my account i 2020.
- How to connect to UiB VPN without Cisco AnyConnect
Tutorial on how to setup OpenConnect to connect to University of Bergen's new VPN.
- reMarkable 2 reView (sort of)
A small review from the past few weeks I have been using the tablet.
- Hello world #29
Hello world. I am Tim Hårek, you have found my corner on the interwebs. This is my humble blog beginnings, welcome.