entries by topic: notes

These are mostly entries on the subject of note-taking itself.

If you’re curious about the tools or techniques I use, have a look at notes-on-notes. You might also be interested in entries under vimwiki, notebooks, or pens.

2019/3/30 skipping over already-visible workspaces in xmonad
2019/3/3 notes on notes
2018/10/7 filter-exec-stdin
2018/3/18 Cleaning out a handful of pens I haven’t used yet this year, before the ink can fossilize in them, I’m struck by how I’ve never learned any way to do this that isn’t just kind of a mess.
2017/1/24 shell history using RASH
2017/1/22 org mode - vimwiki - addenda, early 2019
2016/10/25 I’ve been getting back into the exciting world of desktop Linux cat vacuuming yak shaving lately. (I never completely leave, but I guess the intensity of my presence varies.)
2016/1/16 importing workings-book to the p1k3 tree
2014/12/7 notes directory
2014/12/5 notes on vim - keybindings
2014/8/23 a notes.txt / TODO file format
2013/11/7 I’ve owned a bunch of notebooks over the last decade or better. I’m rarely without an active one, and I start to get worried when I know there’re fewer blank pages left than I could fill in one sitting. Early on in the course of this addiction, I tended to treat individual notebooks like singular, precious objects: I was so careful about what I wrote in them that I rarely wrote anything. I had few regular habits, and seldom wrote the same sort of thing twice. What I did write was usually cryptic, compressed, and terribly overwrought.
2008/6/29 an aside: personal journals as historical documents
2006/4/19 Today, I spent slightly less than 3 dollars on a little plastic box and some 3x5 index cards. I then tacked a length of string to a shelf on the wall opposite the computer desk, and found a jar of miniature wooden clothespins. (I had to ask Elizabeth. They were in a plastic tub with multicolored squares of felt, dyed wooden beads, pipecleaners, and wooden cutout horses.)
2004/9/20 winfield, pt. 1
2004/2/19 Armand over at Moleskinerie asked if he could re-post yesterday's notebook ramblings. A sure sign, I suppose, that at least one person read them.
2004/2/18 material culture: dead trees, part 1
2003/10/13 signature
notes-on-notes preamble - electronic notes - ~/notes/ - vimwiki diary pages - vimwiki topic / tag pages - tags generally - pinboard - blog posts / p1k3 - command line history - paper notes - notebooks: primary - notebooks: scratch - general techniques - datestamps - quoting - TODOs and checklists - security