As I made public in My Every Minute With Obsidian, I tend to track my day-to-day activities in gross detail in my so-called timeline. However, I couldn't do this with an off-the-shelf solution. Instead, it's a system I've iterated upon for the better part of two years. There are few
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We all have great thoughts. I wouldn’t even doubt the fools among us. However, there’s something special about...
So, you've installed a malicious plugin? What can it do anyway? Well, it could simply extract some data from you, or anything from A to Z. These plugins have access to nearly your whole system. I don't like that plan, so I've done something about. In the following, I'll attempt
Obsidian [https://obsidian.md/], a powerful note-taking tool, is vulnerable by default. Whether it be plugins, community themes, or erroneously pasted content, Obsidian does nothing to protect its users. The developers could've done better, but security is troublesome, so I don't blame them. Obsidian runs on Electron, a notoriously insecure
Sometimes I feel like a chronic thinker. I can–and have–done nothing but think while pacing for hours. As I've grown, this unassuming thought continues to feel more and more like a waste of time. That's what brought me here... and I still wonder if I'll ever get out.