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Eleanor Konik

I write stories & articles inspired by all eras of history & science... so I wind up putting notetaking software like Obsidian & Readwise thru their paces.

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🌠 Improved Community Updates & Task Searching

New folder plugins, LLM powered plugins, plugin APIs, improved audio notes support, and some neat new public vaults.

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🌠 Plugins for writers & 7 new LLM-based additions.

The Digital Garden plugin now supports style settings and RSS (!), Canvas continues to be a hit, and there's improved collaboration tools for Git.

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🌠 Bookkeeping, Eisenhower Matrixes, & Pretty Canvas Cards

An interview with Obsidian's new CEO, workflow tips, and a personal note about the Silicon Valley bank run (I'm fine; I hope you are too).

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🌠 New APIs, + Curated Lists for Vim Users & Interoperability Fans

Digital Decluttering, GitHub Auto Scans, Obsidian on e-ink devices, & a handy autohotkey script for folks who want to control youtube in the background.

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💚 Updated notes, Discord server, & an anthology

Access an RSS feed of interesting (and occasionally annotated) articles, check out some of my very short stories, and more benefits for financial supporters.

💚 Updated notes, Discord server, & an anthology
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💰 Some stuff I'm surprisingly happy I bought

A bunch of stuff nobody is paying me to tell you I liked.

💰 Some stuff I'm surprisingly happy I bought
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🌠Gems of the Year & RSS still isn't dead

Auto-close on Mac, generate TTRPG content, & improve your audio notes transcription

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🌠 Publish updates & highlights syncing

Canvas updates, zen mode, improved podcast handling, & the ability to mass delete tags.

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🌠 Natural Language Search & a New CEO

Improved flashcards in spaced repetition, guides and tools for spacial thinking, and different perspectives on note taking and naming.

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🌲Building a habit of checking in with the bigger picture

On the importance of knowing when to sit down and dive deep into your notes... so you don't get overwhelmed always keeping them neat.

a forest with a zoomed out lens like an eye in the middle enabling the viewer to see more of the tree