I have recently helped a team bring a new side project to the world - feedle. feedle is a dedicated search engine for blogs and podcasts - anything with a public RSS feed. What makes it unique is that every search on feedle is also its own RSS feed. This allows visitors to subscribe to topics of interest rather than hundreds of individual feeds.
Writing is a big part of my life. This is a collection of my essays and short musings throughout the years.
Sidenote: This site is currently under heavy construction. I am working hard on migrating all the pages from my old blog over here. This is why many of old posts may be missing for some time. Apologies.
It’s Information Overload Day today, a day to take a break from the constant flow of information. It symbolizes everything I have been fighting for - creating tools and solutions that help people spend less time processing information online.
Most people using Obsidian prefer using a single vault for all their notes, according to a quick poll. This gives users more flexibility and fine-grained control in organizing their notes. A single vault also contains all of one’s notes in one place - this is especially useful for cross-linking and knowledge discovery.
The solution to having separate Obsidian configurations for each device is to use different settings folders for each device. This way, you can keep your settings separate and synchronized across devices.
Luca Palmieri’s book, Zero To Production in Rust is a great guide for those looking to learn Rust by building an email newsletter-sending Web service from scratch. The book is full of first-hand developer tips on how to set up one’s environment or what tools to use, and goes beyond explaining the usual steps one can find in the official documentation.
Yesterday, I gave our side project BARE a bit of a facelift. Most of The changes are tiny and cosmetic, but one is something I should have done from the very beginning…
People keep asking me why I invest time and efforts in building Murmel if Twitter has already created its solution.
It’s the journal where the real magic happens.
Explicit > Implicit
Will it, really?
Stay tuned - we will be back after the break
What to do when your Mac won’t sync important files to iCloud.
Is this the beginning of the end of Xcode?
Omnisearch is a full-text search engine extension for Obsidian, providing results relevant to the search query.
Idiomatic is what works for you and your team at the end of the day