PTPL 006: Obsidian Themed Logs vs. Daily Notes
PLUS sync vs. backup, note-making (at last!),and recipes in Markdown vs. the .cook format
Welcome to the sixth in a series of posts documenting my plain text, paper-less, Obsidian-flavoured journey.
Each post is a 5-minute or less summary of what I’ve read, learned, and implemented since the last edition. Links to earlier episodes are in the index.
Today I’ll be talking about —
A free PDF editor
Sync services vs. backups
Themed logs vs. daily notes
Daily notes as entries on a weekly page
Recipes in Markdown
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General Productivity Tips
Free PDF editor
This week I discovered a free PDF editor, perfect for people who occasionally need to edit PDF elements, and reorder pages. Check it out at
Sync services are not backups!
If you use iCloud and/or Dropbox as the main backup for the files you’ve poured precious digital blood into, you need to read this article
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