Update on Diarly

Since writing about my move to Diarly from Day One, a few things have happened and it might be worth an update. Diarly itself has had a couple of versions. These fixed minor bugs I mostly had not come across, but it has also fixed the issue I mentioned about Day One imported temperatures. These now come across rounded to…

Diarly (and Day One)

I started writing a journal in the 1990s, when I tried, and soon valued, spending a few minutes every evening to jot down what had been important in the day, that I might want to remember. I had systems to keep track of work and projects in my very busy job, which included automatic and manual progress notes and updates,…

On the Nature of Understanding

There is a lot of discussion at the moment about "personal knowledge management", with people lining up behind their favourite apps, whether that's Roam, Obsidian, Tinderbox, Craft, Notion or even more "traditional" note-taking or note-keeping apps like Evernote or Notability or GoodNotes. The concept of personal knowledge management is essentially simple: it is the collection of processes (with associated tools)…

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