Learning Ruby. Sporadic writer. Aspiring philosopher.
Does it have to be free?
Because I recently bought Cleanshot X and it's awesome.
It's not free but a one-time payment of $29.
I'm perfectly fine with my current email setup (one Gmail address + emails on my own domain) all gathered in Spark, which a neat app.
But Hey is new and looks fancy, so I'm eager to give it a try…
I use Whimsical.
It's not specifically a mindmap tool, but it does a great job at it.
And as a bonus, you get an awesome flowchart and wireframe making tool.
The data in Airtable is more structured, versatile, easily filterable and presentable in different ways, which all contribute to it being an effective and quick admin dashboard replacement.
I do a bunch of no-code stuff with Zapier.
Mostly, I get input data from forms, which I then send to AirTable using Zapier.
I recently created a video chat Progressive Web App with Adalo. Again…
Your post about Roam hidden features is part of why I gave it a go. Thanks for that.
I'm totally digging it this time.
I'm slowly realizing the potential and power of this tool.
First time I used it, I didn't grasp the core concepts of the app.
I've been using it every day since…
I used to work on a 100% self-hosted stack.
For source code repositories, self-hosted GitLab (back in 2013 when they were quite the underdog). I just loved getting most of GitHub features at the…
> Free isn’t necessarily a reason to use a web app; after all, GIMP and OpenOffice have for decades been free alternatives to some of the best selling desktop software
I've tried both. The UX was OK…
Not that I know .
Now that you mention spreadsheets, I think you should give Coda a try.
Either directly from within Bubble, or at the very least by using Zapier.
Since using Pocket and becoming minimalist with most things, including information, I stopped using a feed reader.
But a good friend of mine recommended InoReader.
Definitely Roam or MediaWiki.
Both offer a great way to save and list text references. Notion is awesome but lack this feature which seems a staple need in academic content.
It's not exactly a stock photos website, but Stencil has a huge copyright-free image catalog that you can use in any of the images you create with it.
I had the chance to snap a lifetime deal, but if…
Whoa, that's impressive! Never knew you could do that.
Man, I'm so torn. I started investing in Notion 8 months ago, going all-in with my content, notes, info, etc... Now I see Roam, and I'm tempted…
Most likely AirTable will be sufficient.
As for the UI, I suggest either:
At work, my team was using Zoom, and after hearing all the privacy concern I found Jitsi, which works well.
Also, not really new for me per se, but I've also started using again Roam. I got lucky to…
I've been using Noizio since a couple of years and I love it.
For what you ask, there's the "Paris Café" sound that does the job.
The other sounds are great too.
Love your wallpaper!
I see you use SetApp. How do you like it? Would you recommend it?
Do we get to see yours?
Exactly! I kind of liked it at the time, having my own MediaWiki install on a personal server.
My favorite no-code tools so far are AirTable, Adalo and Zapier. Also, I'm a big user of WordPress over…
Yup, been using Google Photos since 2 years and never looked back either.
It's almost scary how well the image recognition engine works.
Sometimes I want to see picture of dogs or cats, I just type…
This was a comprehensive reply so I'll just emphasise that, as a student, Notion and Roam Research will probably cover 99% of your needs.
Why are you asking those questions then?
That's precisely my point.
If 1,000 entrepreneurs/developer would do exactly what you say, I can't guarantee even one would actually succeed.
See the growth of Zoom
Zoom was there long before…