Rapture in Everything

Notes and tools, continued

When I wrote the post On taking notes and syndicating them, I've (manually) sent a webmention to Ton Zijlstra's post it was based on. I hadn't really expected him to read it; that I might get a reply hadn't even occurred to me. (Thank you!) I'll admit I have never been involved in such a direct blog conversation, so I hope I'm not breaching decorum in some way by replying again and after such a long time. Aeeehm I mean, in case someone asked, I'm Fully Utilizing the Asynchronous Nature Inherent In This Mode of Communication. 😅 Thank you for clarifying...

Issues with Ghost blogs

I kinda like the Ghost blogging platform, but at the same time I really don't....

On taking notes and syndicating them

I've been following Ton Zijlstra's blog for the past few months with great interest. There's noone else in my reader who blogs quite like he does - maybe I should find more.[1] He writes about many topics, only one of which is relevant for this post: taking notes. I always like reading about how other people process information and handle their notes/knowledge bases. It's a topic I think about often. Ton Zijlstra's ideas are especially interesting to me because it seems we are trying to achieve similar goals, but go about it in opposite ways. Now, to be...

Learning Keyboards

I have wanted an ergonomic keyboard for years. Eventually it started to look like I can't choose one with any degree of confidence without learning something about them first. In this post I'm summing up my adventure, what I learned on the way, and some of the things I wish I knew when I started. 😊...

Troubleshooting the Moonlander

How to fix a few issues with ZSA's Moonlander keyboard....