I use Forklift all day on my Mac. They just released version 4, which looked like a nice update. Forklift is included in SetApp, but wasn't getting the update, so I was concerned it was going to be left out. I needn't have been worried, the update was installed today via SetApp and I'm good to go.
…once one get facile with Tinderbox Notes, Prototypes, Views, and action code, programs like Obsidian recede to a point that suits entry-level markdown enthusiasts.
Obsidian is probably the best solution for taking, keeping, and managing my notes. I don't like Obsidian. WordPress is probably the best all-purpose solution for blogging, but I don't like WordPress. Lightroom Classic is probably best suited for processing and managing my photos, but I don't like that either. I'm not trying to be contrarian, it just turns out that I am.
Out with Obsidian
Obsidian is great, but I don't like it, so I just deleted it. There, that settles it. Right? So many things in Obsidian are neat, but not useful. Also, why was I paying $20/month for publishing and sync? Lost my head there for a minute. I'm sticking with Emacs for notes/journals/logs/etc.
daily.baty.net as a hub
I keep posting to multiple places and I can't seem to stop. This is frustrating for those who wish to follow my writing, but I somehow don't care enough about my readers to do anything about it, apparently.
I'm considering daily.baty.net as the place to go for links and notes about everything I post everywhere. Or at least things I feel are worth knowing about. So this would mean each time I post something somewhere, I'd introduce and link to it from here. This would make the allposts.xml RSS feed into an Everything Feed.
Too much work? Too noisy? Unnecessary? "Just pick one spot and post everything there, you idiot!"? Have to noodle on it a bit.