I keep searching for the most efficient and best way to take notes.
I have been searching for it for many years and I have not yet found my ultimate tool, but I have tried many different solutions.
For some, taking notes in a laptop works well. I have never gotten comfortable doing that.
I love the flexibility of a pen, I can write, draw, doodle, highlight, quickly and easily.
So my search mostly includes various ways of digitizing notes taken with a pen. (even though my penmanship is horrible and I dont think a computer program will ever be able to convert it to text)
In order to virtualize pfSense we first need to create two Linux Bridges on Proxmox, which will be used for LAN and WAN. Select your host from the server view, navigate to System > Network. We will be using eth1 and eth2 interfaces for pfSense, while eth0 is for Proxmox management.
Comcast is partnering with Mozilla to deploy encrypted DNS lookups on the Firefox browser, the companies announced today.
Twitter is so liberal that its conservative employees ‘don’t feel safe to express their opinions,’ says CEO Jack Dorsey
One of the more popular criticisms right now against social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook and YouTube is that they’re supposedly biased against conservative viewpoints. U.S. President Donald Trump likes to tweet about it, and numerous members of Congress also believe that to be the case.
Krita on OSX does not contain G’Mic or the touch docker right now. Get the latest version without relying on your distro. This version does not support sound when doing animations. Download the gmic-qt plugin for G’Mic to work.
Hundreds of thousands of potentially sensitive files from police departments across the United States were leaked online last week.
Internet compute and storage capacity democratized. Open source software that creates neutral, green and private capacity by people for people. 100% decentralized. The current internet is controlled by large corporations that see internet users as a product, sheeple.
Docker is a nice tool, but it’s quite the disk hog. On my laptop, it takes up 50G. It would take more, but my /var partition is limited to 60G (and the rest is already used by various postgres DBs…).
Going Dark: Looking for the End of the Internet, Part 2: Rediscovering the Beauty of Text on the Internet
I see a new trend developing among geeks. Maybe I am just deluding myself, or perhaps it has always been this way.
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