To me, “distraction free” means “missing a bunch of features I’m going to want once the novelty of distraction-free wears off”
Why’dya do it, Steve? MacJournal: Still the best notebook for MacOS
I will not download the MacJournal v7 beta. I will not download the MacJournal v7 beta…
I spent an hour last night figuring out how to best use vscode-journal for journaling and then renamed/converted 3 years of org-journal files. That felt nice. This morning, out of habit, I created a new org-journal entry and well now I hate myself.
Since it can’t be a darkroom yet, I made enough room to turn it into a dedicated scanning station.
Qobuz is finally available in the US. I’m almost certain to like it more than Tidal, and it works with Roon, too.
…I started to realize all the ways that wikis are like Rush…
After a week using Gus Mueller’s Retrobatch I’ve purchased a license. I’ve been using it several times a day.
I’m going to spend time today seeing what VS Code has to offer. I’ve been here before but it’ll be fun either way.
I’ve been solving the same problems repeatedly for years. An example from 2003: Converting entries from blosxom to Movable type.
For coding, I was an Emacs user for 30-ish years, but I recently gave up the fight and switched to Visual Studio Code, which actually gives me everything Emacs did and more.
– Dave Thomas, Uses This
Huh. But Org Mode!
I am SO happy to announce that @Flickr login without Yahoo is rolling out!
– Don MacAskill on Twitter
People without dirty hands are wrong.
– Bre Pettis and Kio Stark, The Cult of Done Manifesto
Part of my dad’s garage. Unlike me, he picks a system and sticks with it.
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