PTPL 024: The Bible in Markdown —a New Downloadable Obsidian Vault
Plus: How simple productivity apps are like a good quality kitchen knife, and the 3 folders you need for notemaking magic
Welcome to the 24th in a series of posts documenting my plain text, paper-less, Obsidian-flavoured journey — exploring productivity through a future-proof, plain text mindset, with a soft spot for the paper that counts.
Today I’ll be talking about —
How thinning out your productivity app arsenal is like learning to cook with one high quality kitchen knife
The 3 folders you need for building knowledge and turning it into content creation
Whiteboards with an infinite canvas — Apple’s new app looks pretty darn good
What makes my completed Bible in Markdown project different from the others
I love hearing about the simplifying adventures of fellow former-productivity addicts. Here’s one from Yuvi Zalkow, that I heard about thanks to Mike Vardy:
Rather than micromanaging his projects and tasks in complicated apps, Yuvi keeps a list of around four don’t-forget-about-these top level tasks. Sounds a lot like the sentiment behind my new, less-is-more task m…
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