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Posts tagged "tools"

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....

Biscuit - A New Fave Tool

Moving your web app tabs into a separate program is an ingenious idea. Biscuit will help you, if you keep getting lost in your dozens of open tabs....

csv-to-sqlite 2.0 - memory improvements

My csv-to-sqlite script got some updates - most importantly it now requires far less memory....

Leaving Evernote for Joplin

I have been looking for an Evernote replacement for the longest time. It's a nice tool, but it has some features and limitations that irritated me: no markdown support (the HTML in the editor often got messy), no end-to-end encryption or control over my data, and a restrictive device limit and online-only requirement in the free version. While one could argue I could have paid to fix some of those problems, I didn't want to. The only restriction that really bothered me was the two-device limit. I had no use for more space or extra features: in the 5+ years...

Discord - a new voice and text messaging platform.

Discord’s tagline is quite bold: “All-in-one voice and text chat for gamers that’s free, secure, and works on both your desktop and phone. Stop paying for TeamSpeak servers and hassling with Skype. Simplify your life.” Is there any truth in it, though? In my opinion, turns out there is. Discord is a chat app clearly targeted at teams, and most often, gamers. There are two popular chat tools among gamers: Skype, because nearly everyone has it – but it’s cumbersome, annoying to use and has very bad audio quality. So let’s mention it no further. The other...