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  1. Nov 2022
  2. Oct 2022
  3. Mar 2022
    1. Alternative to Wayback machine, but with a paid subscription (just 10 URLs gifted with the free plan).

  4. Nov 2021
    1. Download fully a repo that cannot be included in a GDPR (e.g. belonging to an organization).

    1. So, anyone who wants to work on this, take a look at zerver/management/commands/export_single_user.py and https://zulip.readthedocs.io/en/latest/queuing.html .

      Hints for how to export all user interactions in a zulip server?

    1. The author's hierarchical tags are delimited by dashes(-). I do it by dots(.). That's a convention we have to decide.

    1. some sort of search engine, over my personal data, with uniform and always available way of accessing it.

      That's something i've been longing for decades: list my interaction with a site.

    1. HOWTO useful to combine a [[foam]] garden with encrypted git repos in keybase.io.

      But needs further tweeks to make it work when the garden is served under GitHub-pages, because jekyll fetches recursively any submodule, and will chocke on the private repo.

    1. raise issues if something in the instructions is unclear.

      File bug after having configured [[promensia]]:

      • twitter-archive cannot work alone (without twint).
    1. To download all Telegram messages for [[promnesia]].

      Note: although archived, this program works ok.

    1. Modules to summarize user-activity into various clouds...if only it could export into Markdown?

    1. He pointed out that the Web still lacks nearly every one of the advanced features he and his colleagues were trying to realize. There is no transclusion. There is no way to create links inside other writers' documents. There is no way to follow all the references to a specific document.

      Shortcomings of today's WWWeb in comparison to what Xanadu has visioned.

    1. Merging distribute knowledge is an excersize on the abstractness of ontologies vs the practicality of schema-less graph knowledge.

      Maybe a bit vague (the article), maybe re-read it. But i really appreciate the boldness [[agora]] try to solve the same problem.

    1. importing databases from the desktop app. I have no experience with that yet. WIP

      This tool works with backup files generated by the Signal android application.

      TIP: use carderne/signal-export to export from the desktop db.

    1. The first thing I do is list everything I need for a workstation in an orgmode text file. For why orgmode really works well for this -http://howardism.org/Technical/Emacs/literate-devops.html

      1st suggestion for maintaining my PC.

    2. Every couple of years I find myself facing the same old tired routine: migrating my stuff off some laptop or desktop to a new one, usually combined with an OS upgrade. Is there anything like the kind of luxuries we now consider normal on the server side (IaaS; Terraform; maybe Ansible) that can be used to manage your PC and that would make re-imaging it as easy as it is on the server side?

      Interesting suggestions on how to maintain reusably my PC?

    1. Why does it bother me?

      An important list of pk2b & web-tag problems:

      • cannot search user activity & annotations; less so when offline
      • half-baked UX
      • cannot integrate apps, across platforms, desktop/mobile, cloud/local.
      • What if sites disappear (next chapter)?
    1. Let's annotate youtube videos (among other formats).

      BUT works only with videos that have either human or machine-generated transcripts.

    1. sqlcipher ~/.config/Signal/sql/db.sqlite \ "PRAGMA key = \"x'$(jq -r '.key' ~/.config/Signal/config.json)'\"; attach database 'plaintext.db' as plaintext key ''; SELECT sqlcipher_export('plaintext'); DETACH DATABASE plaintext;"

      The sqlcipher bash-command to export Signal-Desktop's db as plaintext in Linux.

    2. Whisper.Backup.exportToDirectory("/tmp")

      Needs to patch the app before, as described above by @nomeata.

    1. There's a decent cheat sheet (https://orgmode.org/orgcard.pdf) that I refer to a lot.

      Orger-emacs cheat sheet, from a person still using VSCode.

    2. I only use Emacs for org-mode stuff so far. For pretty much anything else I'm using VS Code.

      Emacs for org-mode, VSCode for anything else.

    1. You have to interpret your sources and then rely on your own thoughts henceforth to get the maximum benefit. Collecting information does not increase your knowledge.

      Useful tip about personal notes.

    1. my essays are a form of public note-taking that helps me break down and understand complex phenomena.

      [[Corry Doctorow]] subscribes to the "[[memex]]" vision...

    1. Obsidian is 100% free

      Obsidian is not free, neither opensource, but for "for free" (monetarily).

    1. Another initiative to reclaim out data from the corporate world, more on politics and less on technology.

    1. Hypothes.is sidebar

      @jborichevskiy Have you established an RSS feed to your site'scomments (see this howto comment), to receive notifications and reply to any any annotations posted to your site?

    1. Literate DevOps

      Detailed instructions & org-mode code samples for how to mantain my IT.