While Atomic Note has one complete idea written succintly, a subatomic is a kind of raw imput of a fleeting insight or an idea jotted down. This note when connected to other notes can become the basis of a coherent Atomic Note
Aryan Sawhney is the guy who developed this schrodinger logseq plugin along with Charles Chui so you can publish your logseq notes to a Hugo Blog. Here is his website - https://aryansawhney.com/
Image Issue There is problem with images uploaded locally as assets. The export should create a asset folder which doesn’t happen sometimes. I tried to manually drag the image to the asset folder for Github but still the image doesn’t display. So I am currently hosting my images on this blog else where, which adds a bit of friction as an additional step to my publishing workflow. Screenshot Updates This issue has been resolved on 16th August 2022 by Aryan Sawhney but with every Logseq update this bug comes back....
I have been feeling extremely restless because of the way safari and chrome have been slowing me down. While chrome supports most extension, I was hard pressed to find some convenient keyboard shortcuts which safari had but chrome doesn’t have. Then again, I couldn’t get keyboard shortcuts for extensions to work on safari. Also, the multiple workspace in chrome is a bloody mess! I never could get it to work. So I was trying other bookmark managers but they were not completely native and felt like fish out of water....
I discovered this fabulous outlining and mind-mapping tool which actually works! Ok, no need to get offended, if you are a hardcore user of other outlining tools and mind-mapping apps. So What works in ixnote? All other outlining and mind-mapping tools have failed me when transitioning from mac to iOS. With ixnote it seems they have built iPad first and the same UI has beautifully been replicated on the mac. The iPhone app, is a bit different due to limitations of space, but nevertheless it works for me....
Logseq: A privacy-first, open-source knowledge base
These posts were primarily written for twitter and then cross published on [[Medium]] and on this logseq graph
Tools for Thoughts or rather tool for thought abbreviated to tft is a term used for note-taking apps used to write down our thoughts. Tools for Thought - Wikipedia
Do you want to learn more about the zettelkasten note taking system ?
Zettelkasten - Wikipedia