I wanted to help a friend learning English who has trouble learning new vocabulary. She often gets new list of words at school and it’s difficult for her to know how to use them, or remember what they mean.
She usually gets one exercise about the topic where she must fill blanks with words from a list.
Why not use generative AI for that?
I could not achieve good results using a single large prompt, so I decided to explicitly break it into different steps and refer to the whole process later, with “OK” results.
I’m a personal user of Contabo’s cloud services, and I’ve been delighted with them. They offer a wide range of services to choose from, including VPS, dedicated servers, and cloud storage. I’m currently using a VPS to host my personal website and email, and I have also used their Storage VPS and object storage in the past.
I have had no issue with my VPS over the years. I’ve also been impressed with Contabo’s customer support. They’ve always been quick to respond to my questions.
Here are a few of the things I like most about Contabo’s cloud services:
Affordable: Contabo’s cloud services are affordable, especially when compared to other providers.
Reliable performance: My VPS have always performed well, and the object storage has been reliable.
Customer support: Contabo’s customer support is excellent. They’ve always been quick to respond to my questions and help me with any problems I’ve had.
If you’re a personal user looking for reliable and affordable, I encourage you to check out Contabo. They offer a wide range of services to choose from, and they can host many places in the world, including Europe.
ComfyUI is a web UI to run Stable Diffusion and similar models. It is an alternative to Automatic1111 and SDNext. One interesting thing about ComfyUI is that it shows exactly what is happening. The disadvantage is it looks much more complicated than its alternatives.
In this post, I will describe the base installation and all the optional assets I use. I will provide workflows for models you find on CivitAI and also for SDXL 0.9.
Some websites post lists the best of open source document search engines available, unfortunately, they don’t seem up to date or they don’t care about unmaintained projects. Here’s my updated list as of July 2023, in no particular order.
Note: there are some document management systems included because they also include a search feature.