I am currently based in Malaysia, from where I am working on exciting new features for TravelFeed. I spent the last week in Kuala Lumpur with my friend Marta and yesterday we got the chance to meet up with @littlenewthings and Team Malaysia. They are all super amazing and we had an absolute blast!
Today, I had to make an important decision. I am studying Business Information Systems in the fifth semester, which basically is a combination of computer science and business administration. While this is certainly a field that I am interested in, university has always undercut my expectations. To
It has been a week since my last update regarding the TravelFeed beta. A lot has happened since and before we release the beta later this month, I want to share a few screenshots of what I archived in the past week of non-stop coding.
A few months ago, we at the @travelfeed curation team were forced to temporarily stop publishing daily curation posts. While the template was always the same and the posts were already ranked in the curation process, creating a post every day took more time than our small team can afford while worki
Until recently, the TravelFeed curation team was using our own Discord bot to curate posts. This involved looking through posts on a Steem frontend like steemit.com and then pasting them to Discord and adding reactions or chat commands to perform curation actions. With curation moving to our dApp an
This is a response to the task request that we from TravelFeed put up a few weeks ago. Since nobody was interested in taking on the task request but it is essential for further development of our API, I did it myself.
Hivemind is an open-source microservice developed by Steemit. Inc that syncs info
During the past week I added several features to the TravelFeed dApp, I wanted to complete the major frontend features before I start working on the backend.
Editor improvements, reply and children feature for comments
Improved editor: Adde
I may not have made a Steem post in a whole week - but my week was filled with Steem nevertheless. I have been working on version 0.2 of the TravelFeed dApp, and I am happy to announce that the public alpha is available on https://travelfeed.io right now!
The most notable new feature since the prev
We have been talking about the upcoming @travelfeed dApp for quite some time — now, finally, the first step is done and the preview of our frontend is online!
I had a call with @utopian-io CEO @elear back in October. He promised that if we would go open-source, Utopian would support
In the last part we explored the origin of the Wanli beach resort, a brainchild of the successful Taiwanese entrepreneur Su Ming. But what happened to the UFO houses?
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Apart from the Futuros, Suuronen - the Finish architect that you might remember from part 1 - also desig
The abandoned UFO village in Wanli undoubtedly is one of the most fascinating places to visit in Taiwan. But how did the UFOs get there?
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The UFOs were not brought to Wanli by a bunch of outer-space aliens, but by a successful Taiwanese entrepreneur: Mr. Su Ming had the g
As Halloween is getting closer, I would like to show you another abandoned place that has fascinated me. Visiting abandoned places is something that I love to do when travelling! When I heard about the UFO village in Taipei's north coast, less than two hours away from Taipei, I had to check this pla