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@ybbond

I am a software engineer that value and strive for privacy, security and enjoyable services. I like to read the internet and try applications, gathering informations to further enhance my expertise at my job and inspirations to make my life easier.

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2 months ago

This is my favorite topic. I am a developer, and almost exclusively use terminal for anything (will use terminal as web browser if it's secure and not cumbersome). The main app is Vim (though I've…

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#Fig

I like open source app, here is one: https://getkap.co

It is limited to macOS. The OS itself has great built-in screen recorder, but Kap saves some few seconds of uploading video → converting to gif…

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Video Ad Serving Template (VAST)
Video Multiple Ad Playlist (VMAP)

I'm on the developing side, so I know nothing about the pricing. We use JWPlayer for the video service.
To contain the multiple VAST…

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Replied to  @ybbond  on  The story behind Markdown.
6 months ago

anyway @maguay, how do you find, keep and search again(if already kept) all these related links?
- Do you find it long ago and put 'em into bookmark manager, then use the search inside the bookmark…

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6 months ago

Great article as always!

I just knew that Gruber and Swartz knew each other and worked on markdown.

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Before using DEVON stack, I used Emacs. It has:
- Org-mode → write notes that is time-based, track and manage schedule & todos.
- Org-roam → note taking, journaling, PKM. works side-by-side with…

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I also currently shifting my workflow to use DEVONthink with DEVONthink To Go (iOS). With iPadOS' new scribble feature, I can write journal with Apple Pencil.

I will add more Pros:
+ supports…

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internal linking stylized as [[wiki-linking]]. a feature that actually has been around for some note taking app (offline like Bear, or online like Confluence / Notion), but in the future will be…

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It's funny that I cannot think of any app at first time reading this.

But then, I'll vote for Pocket Casts. A podcast player that does just that and very good at that.

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I just know LINE is that successful there, is it like the WeChat of Thailand?
Here in Indonesia, we've got a service called GoJek that started as ride-hailing like Grab, but has expanded to…

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Chat App as Bookmarking Service.

Back then before I use Raindrop.io, I used to create a group in a chat app with me as the only member, and send interesting links there. I used LINE, a Korean (Naver

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The top well-known alternatives

9 months ago

just found out how to use apple maps on duck duck go.
set the default service to use maps on DDG settings

then try to search anything and navigate to Maps.
Voilà, Apple Maps on the browser.

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9 months ago

"I'm surprised Apple hasn't made a full-featured web app version of Apple Maps yet"

I find that weird too. DuckDuckGo has bang command for !applemaps, but it also redirects to Google Maps (tested…

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9 months ago

"Apple Maps links redirect to Google Maps on unsupported devices"

Today I Learned. Just tested this, and it actually works! Thanks for the info.
I might reconsider my decision to share OSM link.

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9 months ago

No, I use Apple Map for that. I use OpenStreetMap primarily to share location for others (eventhough most of them complained because I dont share google map). Not all people use Apple products, so I…

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The Onivim 2 has options to support by purchase License Key and via Patreon to be able to download builds (they are still in late alpha), the FSnotes one I support tojoin the Testflight, eventhough…

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Ranked from my satisfaction. Lower side does not mean I 'regret' them.
- Fastmail
- iCloud Storage
- Pocket Casts
- Bitwarden
- Club MacStories
- GoatCounter
- Patreon (currently Onivim 2 & FSNotes )

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9 months ago

I use Bitwarden as my password manager, and Authy for 2FA.

For data protection, I use Brave Browser’s built-in adblocker that perform well for ads and cookies. Even though adblocking is one of my…

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  • Bitwarden: password management
  • Org-roam: note taking, TODOs, journal
  • 2do: TODOs synced with Org-mode, so can be synced to phone
  • iCloud: backup with all my devices
  • Automation: Hammerspoon
  • Mail
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Render footnotes found in the articles as expandable tooltip.

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Bitwarden is a good open source password manager that offer free service. The free version has most of feature and don't limit much. The codebase can be audited & reviewed on GitHub.