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NoteKit - Write your notes in instantly-formatted Markdown, organise them in a tree of folders that can be instantly navigated from within the program, and add hand-drawn notes by mouse, touchscreen or digitiser:
https://github.com/blackhole89/notekit/

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Atomic notes: How to use Zettelkasten to boost your creativity and productivity:
https://zapier.com/b...zettelkasten-method/

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Xenon is a note editor for the decentralized web, allowing you to create and save notes. Also includes Markdown support:
https://www.xenoneditor.com/

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A Beginner’s Guide to Note-Taking (for your Life):
https://www.ivan-ang...aking-for-your-life/

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neuron is a future-proof command-line app for managing your plain-text Zettelkasten notes:
https://neuron.zettel.page/
https://github.com/ihsanturk/neuron.vim

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CodeTogether - pair programming from anywhere (PRO features are free during Covid epidemic):
https://codetogether.com

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Marp, Markdown Presentation Ecosystem, provides the great experience to create beautiful slide deck:
https://marp.app/

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YouTube-DL Archivist Scripts - The ultimate collection of scripts for YouTube-DL:
https://github.com/T...DL-Archivist-Scripts

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Supernotes is your new home for ideas, records, tasks, and lists:
https://supernotes.app/

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cadmus - Shell Scripts to Facilitate Effective Note Taking:
https://github.com/RyanGreenup/cadmus

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Living Room / Re: What books are you reading?
« on: July 19, 2020, 02:54 AM »
The Book of Koli

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Dendron is a local-first, markdown based, hierarchical note-taking application built on top of VSCode and friends:
https://github.com/dendronhq/dendron

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Unbound is a validating, recursive, caching DNS resolver. It is designed to be fast and lean and incorporates modern features based on open standards:
https://nlnetlabs.nl...jects/unbound/about/

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Astrofox is a powerful motion graphics tool that lets you create amazing audio reactive music videos:
https://astrofox.io/

hide - AES-256 bit encrypted password manager with all encrypted passwords stored locally on your machine:
https://github.com/whatl3y/hide

Mach2 - enable Windows 10's hidden features:
https://github.com/riverar/mach2

Typ is a simple typesetting application. Turn plain Markdown into a formatted PDF, ready for print:
https://www.typ-set.com

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Ballish - a pretty fast code search tool:
https://ballish.margaine.com/

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Taking notes on Tiago Forte's Just-in-Time Project Management:
http://reganmian.net...te-taking-with-roam/

Beyond Taking Notes (or how I joined the #roamcult):
https://dev.to/tmhal...ed-the-roamcult-22k3

Metaroam:
https://roamresearch.com/#/app/metaroam

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Living Room / Re: What books are you reading?
« on: July 10, 2020, 11:54 PM »
Semiosis and Interference by Sue Burke.

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Who-Updates - Live Dashboard for Checking Stable Versions of Common Desktop Linux Software Across Snap, Flatpak, Apt:
https://fortwire.github.io/Who-Updates/

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Using Vim Wiki - The best note-taking solution I've found so far:
https://thelinell.com/using-vimwiki/

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Brave Browser Fork Makes a ‘Bold’ Move Citing Legal Pressure; another potential fork incoming:
https://cointelegrap...iting-legal-pressure

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