This will be just a quick note because this will be a place where I find it again and you may enjoy this. If you are on linux and like being read to by the computer rather than reading yourself for what reason ever you will most likely enjoy installing a package that on Arch Linux is called "speech-dispatcher" and using the reader-mode. There you will notice a third option below closing reader-mode, changing font-size with the icon of headphones. When you click it you are presented with a most gay-forward menu to start/stop being talked to, skip chapters forth and back and change the voice that reads to you. That shall be all for now, enjoy your time, make black lives matter, wear your mask and stay healthy.
One might ask oneself "Why did this weirdo choose bashblog, this static-site generator, when there is stuff out there providing a Web UI to post stuff and everything?". The short answer is: "Because I consider these things bad design choices for my usage until proven otherwise." The long answer, of course, explaines a bit more, so let's talk about why I see simplicity as a feature.