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Posts tagged "joplin"

Making a Joplin API in C#

My new Joplin API for C# is very much incomplete; but it still can do useful things. I use it to create and update notes....

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...

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...

Joplin: three years later

I didn't even remember how much time passed since I switched from Evernote to Joplin - I had to check the previous blog entry. Apparently, it's been more or less exactly three years. A lot has changed since then - all of it for the better....

Introducing Ghoplin: a tool for downloading posts from a Ghost blog into Joplin

I like the Ghost blogging platform. I also really like Joplin, the tool that handles all of my notes. In order to be able to search both my notes and my blog posts with a single search, I've written Ghoplin, a tool for downloading Ghost posts into Joplin....