I'm really loving the Krystal plugin for @firstname.lastname@example.org by Roman Vesely. It's a great implementation of Andy Matuschak's work notes. You should check it out if you like a unique horizontal story view experience.
What are Text Fragments about? Let's read the introduction. https://romanvesely.com/text-fragments/ The article comes also with the interactive part thanks to the @email@example.com!
Well, that's a pity `<abbr>` does not work on mobile browsers https://utcc.utoronto.ca/~cks/space/blog/web/HTMLAbbrAndMobileBrowsers
Who’s gonna read your personal blog because it has an RSS feed? I’m gonna read your personal blog because it has an RSS feed.
Note-taking in @firstname.lastname@example.org supports #markdown, this is amazing! Even with syntax highlighting, wow. Version 3.1 also comes with full-width manager for notes. https://vivaldi.com/blog/vivaldi-gets-notes-manager-and-configurable-menus/
"The more I thought about it, the more I realized this is why everyone still has a LinkedIn account: fear."
@email@example.com if you need extra motivation...
This is great "You can make everything `tomato` if you want." https://johno.com/tomato/ by @firstname.lastname@example.org 🍅
👉 It's working! Highlight specific part of the text in the site with URL fragment.
URL syntax & terminology:
➡️ Within a URL, # starts a URL fragment (or “hash”).
➡️ Within a URL fragment, :~: starts a URL fragment directive.
#:~:text=hello%20world instructs the browser to highlight + scroll to the text “hello world”.
@email@example.com @firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks! @email@example.com volunteered and did set up a Heroku instance at https://hnow.herokuapp.com/ already 👏
Created a bundle of @TiddlyWiki@twitter.com & selected plugins so that it looks & works like @firstname.lastname@example.org's notes. Step-by-step instructions here to host this in your own GitHub pages repo: http://learnawesome.org/digitalgardensetup
cc: @email@example.com @firstname.lastname@example.org @email@example.com @firstname.lastname@example.org @email@example.com @firstname.lastname@example.org
Custom pixel fonts! Oh, that's was something! I was asking - "Where to find the best and free pixel font creator program"?
Huge thanks to @email@example.com for creating a TiddlyWiki theme that looks good - this is the first time I think I might actually use TW... I posted a reference node app on Glitch here: https://tomcritchlow.com/2020/05/19/tiddlywiki-krystal/
9.500€ for 1₿
We’re giving away 5 @firstname.lastname@example.org limited edition halving socks as well as 5 @Trezor@twitter.com T voucher codes.
Like, retweet and comment where you see the price of BTC at the end of 2020!
Also label isn't the same - "Show checkboxes" in web, "Tick boxes" in mobile app.
Nevertheless, still my choice for taking quick notes.
It's so confusing how UX is different in @Google@twitter.com #GoogleKeep apps. When you want to add checkboxes to a note, you have to use kebab menu in web app, while you do not find the same option in mobile app. You rather have to use "plus" menu.