What would a truly mobile-first design of a PKM app look like and what would it do? Is it the same as the desktop experience or does it have limited functionality?
I take a quick look at how I think folding text should be done.
Taking a look at what's possible with NFTs and the future of books.
Lots of people think NFTs are a scam. Here are my stream-of-consciousness thoughts on the subject.
Going down the web3 rabbit hole got me wondering about what a web3 version of a PKM or productivity app would look like.
This is my latest theme that has a simple design and great colors. At least I think so.
I finally have a new site that I love and have done some custom HTML on.
Craft is really a beautiful app. Everything feels pixel perfect and it is a testament to how beautiful and fast a native app can be when compared to a web app. One of the cool things Craft has is a fancy style of highlighting. It overlays a gradient on top
I've been working on getting a good setup for making Roam themes. For the longest time I would make a code block for a light theme and a code block for a dark theme. I always wanted to have them in one code block, but kept running into issues. Turns
The last week has been pretty crazy. If you are a nerd like me and follow the PKM space you probably heard all the craziness going on with the r/RoamResearch subreddit. I'm not going to recap everything that happened because you can go to Twitter and follow the timelines