Since I was at the conference for a part of the week, I didn’t have much time left to work on my side projects.
- Iterative and Incremental note-taking
- How to capture information
- How to capture quotes
- How to capture information about persons of interest
Those start completing the picture of how to take smart(er) notes in practice.
Here’s a small update on the $$$ for those who like numbers:
- Obsidian Starter Kit: 58 sales in the last 30 days ($910, down from ~$960 last week)
Personal Knowledge Library: 20 sales in the last 30 days ($395, up from $380 last week)
I’ve started developing a plugin for Obsidian called Obsidian Publisher
. The goal of the plugin is to help me publish my notes on the Web more easily. Currently, I manually copy my notes to my blog, and fiddle with pictures/metadata. Then I manually import articles from my blog
. And sometimes to other sites as well (e.g., DEV.to, HashNode, etc). This takes quite some time and effort and is “dumb” work. Moreover, whenever I need to fix typos, it’s a nightmare as I need to edit n different places.
With the plugin, it will be possible to publish/update as many articles as I want, all in one go.