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Rahul Chowdhury 73

@chowdhuryrahul

Part of @gojektech. I’m one of those Android developers who use an iPhone. 👻 Also, I write stuff at @thehulry & @okkotlin.

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11 months ago

I wrote an article detailing my take on this rising trend of newsletters, and how to handle them.

Here it is, Staying Sane Amidst the Newsletter Fatigue.

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The major plus point of Obsidian for me is local MD files. I don't have to rely on the product's cloud storage service and deal with privacy problems.

I have my files locally, and I can sync them on…

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What was once the USP of Zenly (live location sharing app), has already started to become a feature in most apps.

Even iOS's Find My app provides a similar feature.

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Commented on  Evernote vs. Notion
a year ago

I would suggest Notion because it's so much more flexible than Evernote. You can create a doc for storing content/idea clips. Make one for writing your drafts, add attributes to each doc like a date…

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I have tried NordVPN, TunnelBear and ExpressVPN. ExpressVPN was and still is the most reliable in terms of connection and speed.

There are occasional hiccups which get solved by reconnecting…

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Same for me. 🤣

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From the top of my head, here are some services I love and pay for personally:
* 1Password
* ExpressVPN
* HEY
* Fastmail
* Spotify
* IDEs like RubyMine & WebStorm
* Notion

I would really be sad to…

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a year ago

Pretty sure other email clients will bring this feature in the future. It's quite doable. Looking forward to Spark Email to do this first.

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a year ago

Yup, exactly. Like salespeople bugging you to buy stuff all the time.

This is what I talked about with an example sales pitch on my article a few days back…

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a year ago

Love the screener feature and how easy it's to use. I remember I used to set up filters for different from addresses on my Gmail and Fastmail accounts. On HEY it's just a single Yes/No.

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