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Shawn Yeager 104

VP Sales, Dataswift
@shawnyeager

I connect people, ideas, and technology. 🛠 VP Sales, Dataswift • Advocate of civil liberties, privacy, Bitcoin • Protocols ≫ platforms • Drummer 🥁

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6 months ago

It’s a key question, and one I don’t have a good answer to other than to use one-way copy/paste markdown. That said, most products will render markdown reasonably well.

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6 months ago

I’ve historically been all about finding my own best-of-breed tools. I’ve also tried and abandoned the usual suspects: Notion, Airtable, Quip, etc.

About six months ago I tried Roam Research. It took…

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8 months ago

I use Markdown for everything possible, so notes are often a folder of text files, if not longer form using iaWriter.

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8 months ago
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8 months ago

I use the venerable vim (though now supervim, a neovim bundle) almost daily. I’ve used some variation of vi/vim now for decades. The muscle memory is strong.

I’m not a developer, but have a comp sci…

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As it happens, I was just evaluating whether or not I should delete Dropbox today. It’s all but empty, save one vendor project using Paper.

I’ve moved everything personal to iCloud and work is all…

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We provide templates, but don’t automate currently. Is that something you see a market for?

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Disclaimer: I’m VP sales for the company.

We’re working to make the pains of privacy compliance (GDPR, CCPA, etc.) just go away.

Dataswift provides APIs and a PaaS that provides secure, privacy…

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I’m a hardcore Drafts, but missed this feature update. I’m 30 days into using Roam, but now I’ll need to reconsider. Thanks.

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I’ve been a devoted (rabid?) user of Markdown for a decade+, and before that, it was Textile. To me, it’s the ultimate in portability. I’ve swapped out loads of writing and note taking apps over the…

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almost 2 years ago

Carrd is hands-down the best, most attractive one-page site builder I’ve found. Even on mobile, the builder UX is flawless. From $9-99/year, it’s a steal.

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almost 2 years ago

Though I find both QuickBooks and QuickBooks Self-Employed to be great products that continue to evolve, getting answers to support questions feels about as comfortable as calling Comcast. It’s as if…

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almost 2 years ago

I’ve been a user from the beginning, and although I’ve experimented with other apps, I always return to Things. As a devotee of the Getting Things Done (GTD) methodology, none do it better. Between…

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