People seem to be very excited about Roam Research at the moment. I’m sure it has many qualities (including a decent mobile client). But I’m slightly surprised to realize that one thing that fans seem to find very useful (and almost miraculous) is the automatic back-linking. Ie, the ability to see what pages link to […]
Bill Seitz notes that Instapaper can’t grab the meatier plaintext from Markdown files on GitHub. I’ve noticed that GitHub doesn’t seem to play nice with other services at all. It breaks the WordPress bookmarklet I use (to write this post, for example). No idea why. Is it a bug or a deliberate thing?
Bill Seitz is trying OWL. You can see his notes, and some comments by me, on his wiki-notebook.
BTW: I started an interview with Bill Seitz a couple of months ago, about the genesis and experience of writing his book. You can read it on his wikilog.
Bill Seitz has launched his short e-book : Hack Your Life with a Private Wiki Notebook on the Amazon Kindle. There’s a fairly complimentary review by me on the Amazon site, which should be read in light of the fact that I’ve been watching this book grow over the last few months and sending comments […]
Bill Seitz is writing a book on organizing your life with wiki. Looking forward to it.
Over on my main blog you may have seen that I’m musing about my online presence again. Increasingly fed up with Facebook I’ve now taken the plunge to remove myself entirely. (I haven’t, as of writing, deleted my account only because I need to extract some more writings before I do.) I’m also increasingly concerned […]
Congratulations to Bill Seitz on launching his Personal Finance startup / project.