My Favorite Items I Found for 2023

Note (2024-02-14) - An early version of ChatGPT wrote the below text more than a year ago. I'm leaving it as is for historical reasons. At the time I gave it a small amount of context about my favorite new tools & told it to write a small blog post for me. Looking back I think I was awestruck by what it generated & overlooked the difference in tone & language.

Open AI for Writing: Writing is a skill that has become increasingly important in the tech world. With Open AI, you can create high-quality content quickly and efficiently. Through its machine-learning interface, Open AI can help you write more effectively, allowing you to create compelling content quickly and easily.

Snipd for Podcasts: Podcasts are a great way to stay up to date with the tech world. With Snipd, you can easily save snippets, see popular clips from podcasts you don’t listen to, break podcasts into chapters, and generate amazing transcripts. Snipd will help you stay informed and make the most of your podcast listening experience.

Copilot for Writing Code: Writing code can be a tedious and time-consuming process. But with Copilot, you can easily 10x your productivity. Copilot offers an intuitive interface that allows you to quickly and easily create, edit, and debug code. It’s the perfect tool for developers who want to write code quickly and efficiently.

Midjourney & Stable Diffusion for Generating Images: Generating images can be a difficult task, especially if you don’t have a lot of experience with graphic design. But with Midjourney & Stable Diffusion, you can easily create beautiful images and graphics. With its intuitive interface and powerful tools, you’ll be able to create amazing images in no time.

Microsoft Edge’s Read Aloud Mode for Listening to Articles: Reading articles can be a tedious task, especially if you don’t have a lot of time. But with Microsoft Edge’s Read Aloud mode, you can easily listen to articles instead of reading them. This feature is perfect for those who don’t have a lot of time to read, but still want to stay informed.

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Matt Ferderer
Software Developer focused on making great user experiences. I enjoy learning, sharing & helping others make amazing things.
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