Category: Links of Interest

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.

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  • Matt – iPad Parallelism?

    From Matt Birchler iOS 9 gave us multitasking on the iPad, and I really hope iPadOS 15 makes parallelism more powerful. At the very lest, I’d love it if I could simply start a video export in LumaFusion on my iPad Pro, throw the app in the background, and do other things while it works […]

  • The iPad babysitter – Jeff Perry

    From Jeff Perry If I upload something on my iPad it has to be open and turned on the entire time. If the screen falls asleep or I switch apps on the iPad I get to reupload that file all over again. Essentially, I feel like a babysitter for my computer at times, which isn’t […]

  • macOS Fully Baked vs iPadOS Half Baked

    From The Dent: Every time a new iPad comes out the first thing everyone says about it is ‘Just wait for the next OS update, the software will catch up with the hardware’. This year is no exception. It’s basically been said in every review or video I’ve seen of the product. The MacBook Air […]

  • Bloated iPad Pro Cost

    From Jeff Perry When I was comparing the pricing on a new M1 Macbook Air with a 12.9″ iPad Pro and the Magic Keyboard I would need to make it work for me it was clear just how bloated the cost of an iPad Pro is compared to the MacBook line. I entirely agree. I […]

  • Maximizes Tool Usage to Avoid GAS

    GAS = Gear Acquisition Syndrome We’ve all had it, and many of us will continue to have it. I’m certainly suffering from it a bit lately as I do more streaming. Two tips I loved in this video. Rent something and put it in your workflow before you purchase to see if it’s really as […]

  • YouTube and Caged Pigeons

    Watching this video about YouTube chasing the algorithm and boy am I glad that I’m not in this field. Yes I’m on YouTube and yes I want to build something that’s growing, but my content will always be about what I think is interesting. I may optimize my thumbnails and titles, but if I’m starting […]

  • There is no “perfect” task system

    [Brent Simmons addresses the mirage of the perfect todo system](https://inessential.com/2021/04/06/the_perfect_to_do_system_is_not_just_around_the_corner) > But it’s not around the corner. It’s really not. There’s no perfect system for anybody. All of these apps are pretty good, and you may find one fits you better than another, but you’re not ever going to make it the perfect system for […]

  • Aeron vs Steelcase Leap

    I’m looking for a new office chair and have been wondering if it’s time to buy an Aeron finally. This answers some of the questions but ends with me wondering about an Embody chair instead since I have been wondering about sitting cross legged for a few months now.

  • Another Read Later App to Look at

    [A Better Computer](https://youtube.com/c/ABetterComputer) shared an interesting read later app that has made it onto my list of apps to look at in the future. Yup, this list always grows faster than I can review them.

  • Kensington iPad Stand

    This iPad Pro dock looks interesting. I’ve seen a bunch of people faulting the price of the stand at around $400 but if you look at any Thunderbolt 4 dock the pricing isn’t all that crazy. Yes it’s more and since it’s for a single type of device it’s less versatile. Still it’s not all […]