It finally arrived
It finally arrived
Finished reading “Hail Mary” by Andy Weir. Excellent sci-fi. Highly recommend! 📚
Went back to gmail for reasons , happy so far. Miss some features of Hey, but freedom of using any app is nice. Also search is so much better.
Evil bowl or happy bowl?
This is amazing
@SlexAxton: I feel like we didn’t focus enough on the fact that someone in the Trump campaign meant to schedule the “four seasons hotel” but definitely accidentally scheduled this “four seasons landscaping” store and they had to follow through with it. Veep was not this good. twitter.com/SlexAxton…
Notion backlinks (while cool) are not as good as Backlinks in Roamresearch.
I currently pay for Dropbox. Basically for no reason. Think I’m going to cancel my Dropbox paid account to support paying for Roam.
I use a lot of apps because I like different features of all of them.
Roamresearch The newest app I use. I currently use this app for meeting notes at work. I also use it as a scratch pad / minimal todo list throughout the day rather than paper. If I generate longer term todos at the end of the day I will transfer to my task manager (Things 3). So far I like it for this purpose.
Notion My main use case is for notes I need to study. I have a job where I have to go to training every 5 weeks. I have a written exam during this training week. I have been using Notion to keep my notes and use the toggle feature to ask myself questions. I want to replace Evernote, but it doesn’t have OCR of documents, and I can’t forward an email to it yet.
Evernote I dump documents and emails here. That is my main use case now. I also will write some general notes, but not many.
Google Drive I need to share documents with my wife, so before dumping in Evernote, I put a copy in google drive.
I know this is kind of crazy, but it works for me.
Until the next shiny app comes along…
When you can’t choose a task manager…
Maybe air tag support will be built in to the new Apple TV remote?
My eternal struggle. Things 3 is such a joy to use. But a few features are missing, and no web app.
OmniFocus has all the missing features and a (basic, but it’s something) web app. Just not as fun to use as Things.
Curious what the future holds for Things 3…or 4 ?!
My new ATP.FM MUG
The behind the scenes videos for Evernote started more than a year ago. This is insane…
I sort of think of Evernote differently than I used to.
As far as a strict note taker, I’m not sure I have a huge need for that these days.
I do have small notes I need to occasionally take, and any app is suited to this task.
The issue for me is I try to find the best “everything bucket” that also takes notes.
I bounce around among most of the top ones.
Evernote: been a user since 2008. Started becoming weary a couple of years ago. Not sure I like the direction they are going. And wherever they are going, it’s taking FOREVER
Keep It: Great iOS citizen, but, for me at least, always had slow sync issues. Maybe because it only allows iCloud sync?
DEVONthink: Amazing Mac app, but very heavy duty. Search is probably the best of any app, but again, it can be so heavy. The iOS app is ok…. Supposedly they are working on an update to improve the note taking experience, but they are a small company and move kind of slow. I found iCloud sync to be slow so switched to Dropbox. It seems to be much faster, but still not as fast as EN (IMHO). I really like the cloud first nature of EN. DT and DTTG do both sync, but they are very much not cloud first or cloud native products if that makes sense.
I know open podcasts etc…. but I really love the JRE. I may move the family to Spotify this fall 🤯
Made a freezer inventory in @notionhq as you do….
Open spaces at the park
My Todoist year in review. I struggle with task managers still. Been off of work for 10 days and using mostly Things 3, but I go back to work tomorrow, which means a PC… enter todoist. These year in reviews are pretty cool…. though not sure if truly useful or not?
Been playig around with Notion a lot. I imported my entire EN. As a note taking app, I would say it’s superior to EN. But my biggest use these days for EN is for document storage. For that use case, I would say Notion is not as good. Thoughts?
I for now have settled on google drive being the central everything bucket where I share documents with my wife.
The search is so good (surprise, surprise) and it’s so easy to share a huge folder of documents with my wife.
I know people aren’t crazy about the privacy implications but that isn’t too much of a concern for me.
I need to write a blog post or do a short podcast on this.
I had (and sold) the newest Sony noise cancelling headphones which were very good. The problem was that I hardly used them.
The AirPods pro make it so that I benefit from noise canceling almost every day.
It’s crazy being in the mall and that sensation when you put the second AirPod pro in your ear and the noise just fades away.
Ok. Finally was able to get AirPods Pro. These things are awesome!
May switch to google calendar for my wife and I…. the problem is that GSuite annoyingly still doesn’t allow a shared “family” calendar.
This is comedy gold.
How do people that use iOS heavily rely on gmail. It’s just awful on iOS. I’m been using a different standards based provider and finding the experience much better. Thoughts?
Can’t decide between the Synik 30 or 22?!