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)

  • Cool XL iPad Widgets

    Misc Usage Carrot Weather Apollo Task Managers Things 3 Calendars – Planner, To Do List GoodTask Tasks Calendar Fantastical

  • Obsidian Workspaces

    Workspaces allow you to save a configuration of your Obsidian panels and files. This is useful for when you have a configuration that you use regularly. I regularly need to open up my writing workspace which has a Kanban board and hides all the sidebars. One of the other default workspaces I have is for […]

  • What’s on my iPad Pro 2021 Edition

    I always find it interesting to look at what applications others are using with their devices as I almost always find some app that looks interesting for me to add to my workflow. Today we’re going to go over the applications I use on my iPad to get work done. Notes and Research This year […]

  • WordPress Spinners – I swear I’ve been doing this for more than 10 years

    Sure I’ve been building WordPress sites since 2008 but today I found out about the spinner class in the WordPress admin, mostly because I figured that WordPress had something to do AJAX related spinners so a user had some idea that stuff was happening. <span class=”spinner”></span> That’s all it takes to get a spinner in […]

  • Jaybird Run XT Review

    A while ago I reviewed the Vankyo X200 wireles earbuds and in that video I lamented the state of Jaybird headphones. Outside of the first pair I owned, which laster years, I’ve been getting months out of these headphones. I’ve returned for exchange more pairs than I’ve ever owned, and they’ve made the return process […]

  • Obsidian Papercut Plugin

    I was recently asked which tools I’d recommend for someone getting started with taking notes in a Zettelkasten style system and contrary to what many people would believe I said start with a notecard because it enforces a character limit on you. When you get started it’s far to easy to jumble a bunch of […]

  • 2018, 2020 or M1 – Which iPad Pro Should You Purchase?

    I’ve been using the iPad as a main device since I purchased a 9″ iPad Pro but my 2018 12.9″ iPad Pro really locked in my love of iPad as my main computer. The iPad Pro is not a cheap computer though. Today we’re going to compare my 2018 iPad Pro with the M1 iPad […]

  • Setting my iPad Up for Focused Work

    This is not going to be about the applications on my iPad, that video is coming. Today I’m going to talk about how I set my iPad up to help me focus. Much like others have suggested I love working on my iPad Pro because of how it lets me focus on a single task […]

  • RK84 Mechanical Keyboard for iPad User – Review and Sound Test

    For a number of months I was using the Anne Pro 2 as the keyboard for my iPad Pro while it was at my desk. Then it stopped being reliable with it’s wireless connection, and to stream from my iPad I need it to work wirelessly. I spent a bit of time looking and ended […]

  • Craft 1.7 Gets Tables

    With Craft 1.7 users now have the long requested feature to have tables. Overall the tables are a very understandable user interface that allows almost everything that Craft has in it to be used inside a cell. Combining tables and pages you could even build out a Kanban flow that follows the traditional horizontal layout […]