Sharing Some Links of Interest.
I’ve recently been working on a small side project to make it simple to bookmark the interesting things I come across around the web, and then share them with you here in a blog post or two.
You can actually play with an alpha version of the service yourself at halfbite.com (and I’m looking forward to writing more about some of the tech behind the scenes, such as how I used chatGPT to write both the Chrome extension and the Firefox add on as well as how the API runs off of server-less micro services.)
But for now - I just wanted to share some of the actual content that I’ve been collecting to share with each of you…this first share is a random collection of the things I’ve found interesting recently…hopefully you’ll all get some value out of it all as well:
First up, a great video quickly running through some things you can do with AI today.
I'm pretty excited about the Falcons chances this year. I think we should get to the bye with only 3 or 4 losses and expect the team to make the playoffs this year.
Looks like an interesting community and idea - wonder how many people are actually in it (and active).
This is really about simplifying the prompt building required for quality results right now.
It's going to be fascinating to see where copyright law ends up in this.
The info on the scam is super interesting, but perhaps of even more interest is the tech. details on how the author automated the screenshots used in the article.
As a developer I always like staying up to date on game engine options (and what tools are trending in that world).
If you're interested in starting businesses, this is 1,000% worth the one hour of your time.
I'm excited to read all of these at some point (hopefully soon).
Icons are one of the low hanging fruit use-cases of AI generated images people can already get a ton of value out of.
Yet another guide to creating prompts for AI
Prompt engineering is a hot topic right now -- I'm not sure if it's the new programming OR just a result of a moment in time right now.
A good list of LLMs currently available for people to actually use.
It's already hard to keep up with advancing AI tech, and it's only going to get harder to figure out the hype from the hope.
Worth keeping in mind when building anything.
Worth at least $15 for inspiration & to see what others are actually making money with.