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)

  • Awesome iPadOS 15 Features

    iPadOS 15 dropped recently and there is always a bunch of hype around features in a new operating system. Sometimes the hype doesn’t live up once you start using it though. Today I’m going to talk about the features that I actually use in iPadOS 15 after a summer on the beta program. Live Text […]

  • Josh Duffney’s Writing Workflow

    I always enjoy when people share their workflows.

  • iPadOS 15 Bugs

    Safari While many people have lamented the tab design in Safari, that doesn’t bug me at all. I’m as happy with the new look of Safari as I am with the look of any web browser. It’s closing multiple tabs with touch that has my knickers in a knot. For some reason when you enter […]

  • Things 3 iPadOS 15 Update

    The latest update to Things 3 solved a bunch of little pain points with the application as well as adding some excellent new features. In this video we’ll talk about. XL widgets for iPad Widget Customization Universal Shortcuts CTRL Return as a new keyboard Shortcut New notification settings Live Text (I use this mainly on […]

  • Footprints – Our future fossils

    I got Footprints in part because my daughter is a huge dinosaur nerd and anything I can learn about fossils is a great thing to pass on to her. In this book, David Farrier digs into the trace fossils that our current society will leave around for the future. Trace fossils are footprints, arrows, burrows, […]

  • Paperlike V2 vs JETech Write Like Paper screen protector shootout

    I’ve used Paperlike screen protectors for every iPad Pro I’ve owned starting with the first generation 9.7″ iPad Pro. But Paperlike is one of the most expensive screen protectors out there so for my M1 iPad Pro I decided to look at alternatives and landed on the JETech Write Like Paper Screen Protector. But Don’t […]

  • 2 Months with M1 iPad Pro – Did my Usage Change?

    For a long time I was using my iPad Pro 12.9″ 2018 as my daily driver computer. I coded on it, I wrote on it, and sometimes wouldn’t turn my laptop on for a week. Then I stopped using it as much for coding work, but let’s take a look at if the M1 iPad […]

  • The Devil’s Curve by Arno Kopecky

    As with many books I’ve read recently, this was a hard read. The Devil’s Curve is a well-written book but it’s hard emotionally to see what people do to other people. Kopecky hears about the Devil’s Curve and the death of many native Peruvians and starts to wonder what part Canadian companies have to play […]

  • 5 Life Operating Procedures

    Here are some of the operating procedures I use to help ensure I don’t wallow in ignorance. Don’t Argue about Zebra’s One of the first rules I like to operate by is that I don’t argue about Zebra’s. In Canada walking around my town if I see a 4 legged beast running through a field […]

  • The Color of Law by Richard Rothstein

    Let’s start by disclaiming, this is a tough and alarming read. I mean I knew that racism was and is a real thing. I see it regularly as the Canadian Government continues to fight any responsibility to First Nations in courts while also talking big about how tragic it is that we keep finding dead […]