Here’s an interview with him demonstrating some of his wizardry.
Aw, thanks for the kind words!
The demo that fails at the beginning, by the way, is detailed over here:
Well that was a treat. I’m finally learning to use DevonThink and now I’m excited about Obsidian. Recently I was reading something I had written long ago and it occurred to me that I would express it differently now. That is why the idea that a note is a representation of a thought, that it just informs us of what we were previously thinking, makes me pause and view note taking differently. Great interview. Thanks.
Thanks @ryanjamurphy, I rely enjoyed that. I’ve been using Obsidian for awhile now, but feel like I need to spend more time living with my notes and linking them together, doing the janitorial work as you so aptly phrased it. This interview gave me a lot of good ideas on how to make more out of my Obsidian vault.
Congrats and well done, @ryanjamurphy