Getting Started with Obsidian Course

Getting Started with Obsidian

If you want to learn your way around Obsidian so that you can build a great note system then this course is for you. I’ll cover basic folder structure, when to use tags or links, and the plugins I think everyone needs to make their Obsidian experience excellent. Plus much more. If you want all my coursesbecome a member.

$99 USD (30-day guarantee)

  • Stopping Selective Memory – You’re Not A Hero

    In The Shock Doctrine – The Rise of Disaster Capitalism Naomi Klein points out that Jeffery Sachs has a selective memory about his role in Russia’s economic meltdown and corruption after the collapse of the Soviet Union1. He remembers his contributions as all good, and he was stymied by the IMF and other organizations in […]

  • 4 Lessons from The Icarus Deception by Seth Godin

    I’ve read a few of Seth Godin’s books over the years and The Icarus Deception is the one I’ve got the least out of so far. It follows the same pattern as Seth’s other books, loosely related short essays on a topic. It always seems like he collects the blog posts he’s written and turns […]

  • 9 Must Have Obsidian Plugins for Writers

    With all the power that Obsidian provides, it can be hard to know what specific parts of the software work best for the purpose you intend to use it for. Today I’m going to walk through some of the plugins I think will help writers the most as they look to use Obsidian for their […]

  • PKM Weekly for January 10 2022 – Issue 001

    Welcome to the PKM weekly newsletter. My goal is to round up good resources in the PKM space so you don’t have to. This is the first issue, a test to see if all the work fits in my schedule. If you have interesting links you think should be listed, reach out to me on […]

  • What about Lefties Lenovo?

    Okay this laptop does look neat and I love to see innovation but what about left handed people? It’s setup so you can use the stylus on the right side, but that doesn’t work for me and for many others. I don’t see the option listed, but I hope you can order it with the […]

  • Set Your 2022 Intentions without Baggage

    ~~ I recently talked about resetting my task list to 0 in Things 3, but that’s not all I do to start a year without the baggage of what’s happened in the past. This year I’ve been aided in clearing things out by moving from Chilliwack BC to Prince George BC. All the things I […]

  • Smartphones May Decrease Accessibility

    Getting back home to Spain required a Covid form with a QR code. The airline employee at the Newark check-in counter seemed baffled by my not having a smartphone and told me in a conclusive tone that the QR-coded form is required, despite my proof of vaccination. I started to panic and said, “So, everyone […]

  • Supercharge Obsidian on Mobile Devices

    Today we’re going to look at two plugins that have taken Obsidian on my phone from passable to amazing. Slash Command I’ve talked about the Slash Command being added to Obsidian before and mentioned that while it was great, I hoped it would be even better when you used a mobile device. Well, it came […]

  • The Color of Law in Real Life – Housing Pricing Racism

    I recently talked about The Color of Law and today someone pointed out the real effects of racial discrimination in housing by sharing the video below in my Discord Channel. Can’t say I am surprised it happened. It shouldn’t be happening anywhere in the world, but I have no doubt it happens in Canada as […]

  • Two Famous Memoir’s – iWoz and Wishful Drinking

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    Today we’re going to look at two different memoirs from famous people. First, we’ll talk about Steve Wozniak’s look at his life in iWoz and then we’ll talk about Carrie Fisher’s Wishful Drinking. iWoz Steve Wozniak is the other founding Steve of Apple Computer. He’s the technical brain that invented the first Apple computers. He […]