As an intro to my new “Thinking Time” weekly segment, we first need to do a full walkthrough of my @obsdmd setup and how I have it styled.
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As an intro to this new "Thinking Time" weekly segment, we first need to cover my tool of choice, Obsidian. We'll do a full walkthrough of how I have it...
Big perk to the Rodecaster Pro. I can take phone calls with my podcasting rig and record the conversation. Great for keeping records of trouble calls with mortgage companies and such. 😉
If you missed the news earlier today, you can catch the recording here. Thanks for your support, team!
We’ll discuss the biggest change I’ve ever made online, what I’ve been up to the last year, and will have some sneak peaks at my Obsidian setup in the process.
I’m becoming a pretty big fan of Bunch. Thanks, @ttscoff!
At its heart, Bunch is an app launcher and quitter that uses plain text files to tell it what to do. It can do much more, so if you want...
If you’ve been having issues with the Alfred-Obsidian workflow, try the latest version. I removed the python dependency.
Alfred Workflow for managing project folders and note files in Obsidian. - GitHub - joebuhlig/alfred-obsidian-projects: Alfred Workflow for managing project folders and note files in Obsidian.
It’s still amazing to me that I can get up in the morning, look out the window, and see deer and turkeys. Loving it! 🦌 🦃
With the rise of PKM tools comes an interesting dilemma. If set up well, your PKM can house all the information you need to know about a project that you...
Today I learned that it’s actually harder than expected to set the balance between the bass and mid/highs of a movie theatre sound setup. I tend to make the bass too high. 🤷🏻♂️
This is a big part of why I’m such a fan of plain text files. There will always be something that can read/write them.
Thought: The less technology involved, the better the tool.
Related: The tool with the least moving parts will last the longest.
Also related: Digital bits are moving parts.
Some days it’s hard to convince myself that ADHD is not an excuse to avoid work.
If you’ve bought an online course, did you actually watch it? Or not? Why?
If you don’t buy them, why?
Asking for a friend… 😉
Definitely giving this a run! 🎉
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