I now have a copy of the Bible hosted my Gemini capsule in the gempub format. I used a tool I wrote called osis2gempub to facilitate this.

You can see it now here:

For more books hosted on my capsule and the conversion script, see the books page:

Now that my conversion script works fairly well, I may also start hosting many versions of the Bible there. Maybe Heb12's whole Bible collection (better yet, we should set up a Gemini capsule for and put all of them there).


For those interested in playing Christian music, someone made a website with chords for all kinds of songs. It's a public database that anyone can add to.

It's available via HTTP and .


The interface is incredibly simple, and has no advertising or excessive JavaScript (which is a relief since I've used UltimateGuitar for a while).

Unfortunately, I don't see the source code anywhere here: git.sr.ht/~earboxer

My newest gemlog post: "Commitment"


It's a short reflection on , Mercury, , and commitment. It doesn't have much of a point, but not every post has to be a masterpiece. :-)

I can tend towards perfectionism, but I know I'll never get anything done if I expect everything I do to be perfect.

I'd probably like to write another draft or three of this gemlog post, but I wanted to publish it today, so here it is.

(For the Web folks: gmi.josias.dev/2021/06/24/comm)

Are there many online libraries which contain public-domain books in the gempub format?

I'm going to compile a few gempub books and put them on my capsule. First: the Bible, then some other books that interest me.

You can now access my capsule on the Web thanks to kineto.


I'm going to start posting sci-fi on . It just seems appropriate.

Another post on my


> Society is driven like a row boat. Individuals work together to propel it in a direction we choose. However, not all of us agree which direction we should go.

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