86 Matching Annotations
  1. Oct 2021
    1. Markdown: Documentación ágil y estructurada

      Cuando se trata de elegir un sistema de escritura ligera MD es la mejor elección.

  2. Sep 2021
    1. there's no light

      I'm preparing to write something that I am sure will change the face of "who we are."  That's what it's designed for, and it's something I've put off because of the fear that it will literally make me disappear from some parts of "Creation" (as, that means everything) ... I want to change how this world thinks and deals with "freedom of body and mind" and I want us to have a secure belief that the memories and the soul of a person ccannot be sold ever, that you don't have any right to "sharing my life" and that I have the right to share whatever I want with you--and clearly understand that our "i" has changed at "freedom" and I want us all to be able to do these things--these things that I know take ancient souls and thousands of years of memory and renew them with happiness.  

      I can't havve a universe or a world that allows some authority to keep you from your own souls and your own memories, and frankly from being able to see anything that anyone wants to share.  At the heart of "freedom of speech" and the ability to see that I am trying to show you what "the J memory" actually means--and the Universe needs to see that it does something bettter than "the embarrassing sum of my memories" or perhaps even worse than that the selected lies and disruption of something that I don't know--haven't experienced--and hasnt affected who and what I am or the words that I know connect Creation and this message to proof and Acts.

      Literally I stand here seeing the "hidden use of a memory manager" connect those three letters to who and what I really am--to what I belief is my past and present and my working memory--and I know it has holes in it, and I know it has significant assisted outside information added and I see it's literally encoded in "firefly pattern of J" and the phylum and kingdum "Photinus Pyralis."  It's another artifact of a nameserver that sees everything in the world at this singular most important moment in the history of conscouus evolution and has named these things so that we will see just how important it is. 

      I'm not really asking, I'm telling you.  These are words that used to be encoded in the state of South Carolina when salvation came from "Exit to Eden" and in "Are you for SCUBA" and in Aruba's on Commercial Blvd just outsoude the McNamara plague; so I'm telling you our souls are not for sale, they are not property, and shared memories are revokable. Period. 

      [ a cheaper collector's item, still in color ]

      I'm trying to help us see how these technologies can and have been abused--and how it's central to this story and this place that we build a "subconscious voting system" that actually votes based on "what you really want" rather than some kind of predefined pyramidal "I'm voting with Dr. Dre" or sacking the Blitzkrieg.  We have the ability to do either thing; and we have the ability to see how swarm and hive behavior is literally encoded in our countries foundational structure--how voting against party lines is not just a priviledge it's a demand when the "party is wrong" and believe me, the party is always wrong if you are autovoting.  It's foundational to what "democratic process" means, and we live in a world that has somehow been gamed into gaming itself out of "free speech" and "free press" and that's a sicknesss that needs to be remedied for all time. 

      I want to write about all the "good things we can add" and how that J means "adding wikipedia like auto understanding" and adding "functionally related memories and beliefs" specifically ... "for that J memory" as a foundational paradigm shift in "what's possible" here in this place where we refuse to acknowledge gthat this message tells us we are ignoring significant benefit to Nassau from Sawtelle to "listen to the last obligotatory lessage."

      I want to Ramble On about how there is a defunct series of beliefs here in this place that show that our souls are currently frought with "tautologocial fallacy" and we have the ability to "autocorrect" things like that--things that are the source of racism and jingoism and believing that you are somehow "correct" to stare at this world and think that freedom only belongs to "some kind of animal of higher evolution" -- we stare at a message about malarkey and malady and if you don't see it today, you will soon understand how this place defines the solid line between "sanity and goodness" and dead.

      Memories or lies that are dead and gone, or maybe more.  I cannot fathom how we do not understand the direness of the "straights" you stare at, how we cannot see the danger we have imposed on ourselves and the future by ignoring this place, and I will nto stand for it continuing. 

      Every word you read, every phrase and every picture could be; should be connectedt to a series of memories, facts, ideas, and those things should be clearly delineated--thats the purpose of this "beginning of a message that is the end of mess and start of sages."

      i dont know why this is missing, but its definately "the original" and we definately are missing quite a bit of the words on this page.

  3. Aug 2021
    1. To create furigana in your posts, use the following syntax: [漢字](#fg "かんじ") will display 漢字 The quotation marks are not optional. Read more here.

      This is a cool feature. I'm sort of hoping that major markdown tools might support furiganadown out of the box!

  4. Jul 2021
    1. The goal of Quartz is to make hosting your own public digital garden free and simple. You don’t even need your own website. Quartz does all of that for you and gives your own little corner of the internet. https://github.com/jackyzha0/quartz

      Quartz runs on top of Hugo so all notes are written in Markdown .

    1. <small><cite class='h-cite via'> <span class='p-author h-card'>Eleanor Konik</span> in 2021-07-17: Obsidian Mobile, Community Events & Graph Tips (<time class='dt-published'>07/28/2021 23:00:32</time>)</cite></small>

    1. <small><cite class='h-cite via'> <span class='p-author h-card'>Eleanor Konik</span> in 2021-07-17: Obsidian Mobile, Community Events & Graph Tips (<time class='dt-published'>07/28/2021 23:00:32</time>)</cite></small>

  5. May 2021
    1. A Digital Garden Theme for Gatsby. Gatsby Garden lets you create a static HTML version of your markdown notes

      This also supports Obsidian wikilinks

  6. Apr 2021
    1. Just write your markdown as text/plain, email clients are broken.

      E-mail clients still do not render Markdown in a convenient format

    1. Joplin is a free, open source note taking and to-do application, which can handle a large number of notes organised into notebooks. The notes are searchable, can be copied, tagged and modified either from the applications directly or from your own text editor. The notes are in Markdown format.

      This might be an interesting tool to do import/export from Evernote and/or OneNote to get documents into markdown format (possibly for use in Obsidian.)

  7. Mar 2021
    1. _Underline_

      I really like that they allow this. How come most other Markdown flavors (including GitHub, GitLab) don't provide a way to underline text?

    1. This looks interesting. Web based? Also includes version control as well as collaboration support.

  8. Feb 2021
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  10. Oct 2020
  11. mdxjs.com mdxjs.com
    1. MDX seeks to make writing with Markdown and JSX simpler while being more expressive. Writing is fun again when you combine components, that can even be dynamic or load data, with the simplicity of Markdown for long-form content.
    1. Long comment threads on blog posts are a mixed blessing. It is great to have stirred up such great community discussion. But anything beyond, say, 20 comments is beginning to get beyond what anyone is willing to actually read. What likely happens is people read the article, read the first few comments, then start just scanning them (at increasingly swift rates) until they hit the bottom, then read the last one or two. At least, that’s what I do.

      Doing a quick test of Hypothes.is notes to Obsidian.via a storage source.

      Also checking the difference between html as a source and markdown as a source.

  12. Jul 2020
    1. un equipo distribuido de colaboradores distribuidos

      un equipo de colaboradores distribuidos en varias zonas

  13. Jun 2020
    1. Standard Markdown Extended Markdown in GitLab
    2. If you’re working in spreadsheet software (for example, Microsoft Excel, Google Sheets, or Apple Numbers), you can copy from a spreadsheet, and GitLab will paste it as a Markdown table. For example, suppose you have the following spreadsheet:
    3. See the documentation for HTML::Pipeline’s SanitizationFilter class for the list of allowed HTML tags and attributes. In addition to the default SanitizationFilter allowlist, GitLab allows span, abbr, details and summary elements.
    4. You can add a table of contents to a Markdown file, wiki page, or issue/merge request description, by adding the tag [[_TOC_]] on its own line. It will appear as an unordered list that links to the various headers.
  14. May 2020
    1. Sin embargo, con la ayuda de mis compañeros logré hacerlo; esto demostró la importancia del trabajo colaborativo. Página de Ejercicio en Markdown.

      Tanto esa página como esta, da cuenta de las apropiaciones de Markdown como manera de publicar el hipertexto para expresar parte de nuestra voz es espacios digitales.

      En la página enlazada, no hay títulos de jerarquía 1, que empiezan con #, sino que se empieza con subtítulos, que empiezan con ##. Si se considera la estructuración semántica de las páginas, no deberían haber subtítulos sin títulos.

  15. Apr 2020
    1. [link](url){:target="_blank"} Works for jekyll or more specifically kramdown, which is a superset of markdown, as part of Jekyll's (default) configuration. But not for plain markdown. ^_^
    2. This is pretty old now, but it should absolutely be mentioned that you can NOT always fall back to html - I suspect that MOST places that support markdown don't support html.

      Not sure if this is true, though. GitHub and GitLab support HTML, for example.

      Maybe comments on websites wouldn't normally allow it; I don't know. But they should. One can use this filter, for example, to make it safer.

    3. Markdown provides shorthand for the most common features of HTML. One of its best features is that you can always fallback to the full syntax for HTML. This includes doing things that aren't included in markdown. Personally, I like that markdown is concise and includes very little fluff. It makes it easier to learn the whole set of shorthand. This is particularly important if you expect someone else to read your code later.

      One of its best features is that you can always [fall back[ to the full syntax for HTML.

      See rebuttal below.

    1. 快捷键 Ctrl + N 创建一个以 .md 为文件扩展名的 Markdown 文件

      这句话太省略了,不保存是没法创建扩展名的

  16. Mar 2020
    1. This makes it easy to use Markdown to write about HTML code. (As opposed to raw HTML, which is a terrible format for writing about HTML syntax, because every single < and & in your example code needs to be escaped.)
    1. On top of standard Markdown blockquotes, which require prepending > to quoted lines, GFM supports multiline blockquotes fenced by >>>:

      First sighting of this >>>. I like it! It's always a pain to paste in a quote and then have to manually prefix every line with >, esp. if there are many lines.

      I also like that it very nicely parallels the multilne code block delimeter syntax.

  17. Feb 2020
    1. Make your own automatic blogroll This is the script I use to generate a blogroll from my OPML: #! /usr/bin/env python3 """ Parse OPML into markdown. """ import sys import re from xml.etree import ElementTree def main(fname): with open(fname, 'r', encoding='utf8') as fp: tree = ElementTree.parse(fp) for cat_node in tree.find('body').findall('outline'): print("\n## {}\n".format(cat_node.get('title'))) for node in cat_node.findall('outline'): name = node.attrib.get('text') feedurl = node.attrib.get('xmlUrl') url = node.attrib.get('htmlUrl') print("* [{}]({}) ([feed]({}))".format(name, url, feedurl)) if __name__ == "__main__": main(*sys.argv[1:])

      This is an awesome little script that may come in handy.

  18. Dec 2019
  19. Oct 2019
    1. MDX is a superset of Markdown. It allows you to write JSX inside markdown. This includes importing and rendering React components!
  20. May 2019
  21. Nov 2018
  22. Mar 2018
    1. As of this writing, Markdown has no syntax for specifying the dimensions of an image; if this is important to you, you can simply use regular HTML <img> tags.

      markdown 目前的语法不支持设置图片大小, 但可以通过一般的HTML 标签实现

  23. Jun 2016
    1. Hartl’s Tenth Rule of Typesetting Any sufficiently complicated typesetting system contains an ad hoc, informally specified, bug-ridden, slow implementation of half of LATEX.

      Sounds like Norman’s Law.

  24. Jan 2015
  25. Oct 2013
    1. Modern science has proved that the fundamental traits of every individual are indelibly stamped in the shape of his body, head, face and hands—an X-ray by which you can read the characteristics of any person on sight.

      Ma première annotation partagée publiquement!

  26. Sep 2013