nvalt, Notesy, and Friends

Yesterday, I wrote an overview of my digital note taking process. Today, I will delve a little more deeply into the textfiles-in-Dropbox workflow, showing examples and screenshots from specific apps. If you have not yet read the previous post, I suggest you do so now. To summarize that earlier post, all my notes are text … Continue reading nvalt, Notesy, and Friends

Markdown, PlainText, Dropbox, and shell scripts

I am a big fan of Dropbox, the automatic folder syncing service that keeps a document folder synchronized across all of your computers and handheld devices. I became a bigger fan when I found iPhone apps like PlainText, which acts as a Dropbox-synchronized notepad. You can write notes on your desktop, then see and update … Continue reading Markdown, PlainText, Dropbox, and shell scripts