Tag: OSX

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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  • Using Delicious Bookmarks with Chrome

    Like many people today I’m a Chrome user. It’s simply faster and more stable than Firefox and all of the thing I really have to have for extensions are present in Chrome. Sure I’ve got Firefox (and all other browsers) around because I build websites for a living and need to test things but Chrome […]

  • Essentials of my OSX Setup November 2010

    Since I wrote the first installment of this post I purchased a new MacBook Pro. Of course I just used my own post to grab all the software I needed and found that we needed some revisions. I’ve still got some holes, specifically around virtualization and testing stuff in Windows. I’ve typically used Virtual Box […]

  • Blogging With Ecto

    Recently I wrote a post about using MarsEdit as a desktop blogging client. In my quest for a decent solution I also took a look at Ecto. Good Any blogging client I use needs to have an HTML view. I write HTML all day and prefer to have exact control over my markup. Ecto gets […]

  • EasyTask Review: If Only

    Recently I reviewed The Hit List and while it is a great application I found a number of areas that gave me pause in using it long term. Since then I’ve been using EasyTask which appealed because of it’s cross-platform nature and the offsite sync, not to mention the price which includes versions for both […]

  • The Essentials of my OSX Setup

    Of course this site is about the tools you use to do your job and I mention in passing what I personally use but really the podcast is about the guests. Today I’ll list my essentials for working on OSX. In a future post I’ll list the same for Windows and Linux. Applications Web Development […]