PTPL 048: How to Quickly Find Unlinked Pages in Obsidian, and the Home Tab Plugin
PLUS Making sure our tools aren’t weakening us, and why I’m sticking with Anki — for now
Welcome to the Plain Text, Paper — Less Productivity Digest! A once-a-week taster of the unusual, the helpful, and the delightfully mundane, as well as the next instalment in my quest to future proof and simplify my digital-analog workflow.
This week —
Thought question: are the tools you use training you to need acknowledgement and praise for doing what you should be doing anyway?
Regex strings for quickly finding notes without wiki links (and in specific folders)
Why I won’t be using this Anki alternative — yet
The Home Tab plugin gets a big tick from me
Upcoming article: the importance of non-precious paper
Productivity Tips and Inspiration
Are we training ourselves to rely on tools to do things that would be better done without them?
Our grandparents didn’t need people patting them on the back when they got up at 4 am and milked the cows for three weeks in a row. Have we come to expect and rely on praise for the things we should be doing as a matter of course? Are apps reducing our capacity…
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