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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)

  • Opening My Workflows to Break System Lock in and Tracking

    For about 10 years now I’ve been a happy Apple user, though lately I’ve been less happy with at least some of their offerings. My biggest issue lately has been that I don’t like their laptop line at all. Even if I was to ignore the keyboard woes plaguing their butterfly keyboards, I don’t think […]

  • Episode 1 – Andrea R

    The inagural episode of Your Workflow. Today I interview @andrea_r. We talk about her work with WordPress and WordPressMU and the tools she uses to get her job done. We even delve a bit into what her husband @wpmuguru uses, as a core committer to the WordPress project for WordPress 3.0. [podcast]http://www.archive.org/download/YourWorkflowEpisode1andrea_r/yourworkflow-001-andrea-r.mp3[/podcast]

  • Designing for Small Screens

    Netbooks are becoming very popular today because of the price and the true needs of 90% of the computing population. Most people are just checking their email, getting on Facebook, tweeting a bit and maybe wordprocessing. Most people don’t need anywhere near the horse power provided by fullsize laptops and desktops. Even for myself the […]

  • The Best Windows Ruby on Rails Setup Part 2

    This is the second part to getting a Windows machine set up for Ruby on Rails Development by having Ubuntu running inside Virtualbox. View Part 1 here. Today’s screencast will walk through installing Ruby, rubygems 1.3.5 and Rails with rubygems, and SqLite3 as well as installing my preferred code editor Komodo Edit. Watch the screencast […]

  • The Best Windows Ruby on Rails Setup Part 1

    I recently purchased a new computer and had to get Ruby on Rails installed on it. Up to this point I’ve been using my wife’s Macbook for ROR development on weekends. It was time to make the jump to a dedicated environment that didn’t interfere with the Facebook cravings of the wife. Instead of just […]