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)

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  • The Daily News: Stolen designs, site conversion, and usability

    Let’s start today with an article from Freelance Switch (FSW) on Intellectual Property Resources. All of us designers get worried about our design work getting stolen. It seems that when this happens it’s hard to do much about it. The list provided by FSW gives you places to find your legal rights. Second up is […]

  • The Daily News: GIMP, usability, and WordPress

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  • Contest @ Just Creative Design

    Jacob Cass over at Just Creative Design is offering a contest for his one year anniversary. Currently there are no details on how to join the contest but he is calling for sponsors. I will be donating a 10 pack of Photoshop brushes to the competition and through that competition is the only way you […]

  • Bit of a Dog’s Breakfast: News Round up

    Today the news seemed to range all over the place, a bit of a dog’s breakfast follows. All of us freelancers (at least I would hope) do some sort of follow up with our clients at the end of a project. For me it is usually just a ‘thanks keep me in mind’ email but […]

  • Onsite or Offsite: Which type of freelancer works for you?

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  • Market and they will come: News Round Up

    Starting off today is a great article listing lots of helpful hints on writing an XHTML Strict web page. Whether you like XHTML Strict or not it’s here so here are some hints on how to write it if you choose to write your next website in the Strict Doctype. Are you a student or […]

  • Forms are on the Schedule: News Round UP

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  • Get Jobs just by Responding

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