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Justin’s Hybrid System for Information Management
I grew up a digital kid. I had my first computer at 13. I’ve always tried to be an “early adopter” when it financially made sense. I’ve even jumped full-on into the digital information-keeping space. We all know how th…


refrr:https://productivityguild.com/
I grew up a digital kid. I had my first computer at 13. I’ve always tried to be an “early adopter” when it financially made sense. I’ve even jumped full-on into the digital information-keeping space. We all know how th…


refrr:https://productivityguild.com/
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20 hours ago by michaelfox
HVF/franchise
🍟 a notebook sql client. what you get when have a lot of sequels. https://franchise.cloud


refrr:https://github.com/topics/mysql
🍟 a notebook sql client. what you get when have a lot of sequels. https://franchise.cloud


refrr:https://github.com/topics/mysql
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22 hours ago by michaelfox
Notebooks. The only notebook you need. For iOS, macOS and PC.
Notebooks provides you with convenient ways to carefully create beautiful documents or quickly write down notes, manage complex projects or simple task lists, store and organize all your files and records, and sync all that between your iPad, iPhone, Mac and PC.
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22 hours ago by cd
The Death of a Once Great City | Harper's Magazine
"As New York enters the third decade of the twenty-first century, it is in imminent danger of becoming something it has never been before: unremarkable. It is approaching a state where it is no longer a significant cultural entity but the world’s largest gated community, with a few cupcake shops here and there. For the first time in its history, New York is, well, boring."

Could this actually be true of most large cities?
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yesterday by keithpeter
James Joyce - Wikiquote
"The pity is the public will demand and find a moral in my book — or worse they may take it in some more serious way, and on the honour of a gentleman, there is not one single serious line in it"

Bloomsday (a few days late on account of my right knee)
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yesterday by keithpeter
Standard Notes
Notes app made for longevity.
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2 days ago by cd
The Quest to Break America’s Most Mysterious Code—And Find $60 Million in Buried Treasure | Mental Floss
“The computer is not the answer," Hammer said at a Beale Cipher Association Symposium in 1979. "Even if it does all the work, we still have to find the type of work for it to do.”
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3 days ago by keithpeter

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