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Linux

Toolbox

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In the past several years I have adopted open-source terminal-based applications for most of the work I do on a computer. This post gathers up some of the great free software I use every day.

ZettelGeist

Using ZettelGeist

7 minute read

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Teachers and researchers need to create and retrieve notes. For the past two years, I have used ZettelGeist for these functions. This post explains my approach. (For a quick-start guide and documentation, see the ZettelGeist Wiki.)

applications

Toolbox

1 minute read

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In the past several years I have adopted open-source terminal-based applications for most of the work I do on a computer. This post gathers up some of the great free software I use every day.

notetaking

Using ZettelGeist

7 minute read

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Teachers and researchers need to create and retrieve notes. For the past two years, I have used ZettelGeist for these functions. This post explains my approach. (For a quick-start guide and documentation, see the ZettelGeist Wiki.)

terminal

Toolbox

1 minute read

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In the past several years I have adopted open-source terminal-based applications for most of the work I do on a computer. This post gathers up some of the great free software I use every day.

workflows

Using ZettelGeist

7 minute read

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Teachers and researchers need to create and retrieve notes. For the past two years, I have used ZettelGeist for these functions. This post explains my approach. (For a quick-start guide and documentation, see the ZettelGeist Wiki.)

Toolbox

1 minute read

Published:

In the past several years I have adopted open-source terminal-based applications for most of the work I do on a computer. This post gathers up some of the great free software I use every day.

writing

Using ZettelGeist

7 minute read

Published:

Teachers and researchers need to create and retrieve notes. For the past two years, I have used ZettelGeist for these functions. This post explains my approach. (For a quick-start guide and documentation, see the ZettelGeist Wiki.)

Toolbox

1 minute read

Published:

In the past several years I have adopted open-source terminal-based applications for most of the work I do on a computer. This post gathers up some of the great free software I use every day.