We found 3 episodes of LINUX Unplugged with the tag “logseq”.
507: Full Wobble
April 23rd, 2023 | 52 mins 1 sec
amd, arm, asahi linux, asahi-fedora-builder, backups, btrfs, budgie, daily driver, digital estate planning, dnf5, document, dual booting, fedora, fedora 38, fedora workstation, flathub, flatpak, gnome 44, gtk4, hardware acceleration, if i die, intel, jupiter broadcasting, kde, linux desktop, linux podcast, linux unplugged, logseq, m1 max mbp, music-player, obsidian, phosh, pipewire, plasma 5.27, reaper, right-to-repair, rust, sway, systemd, tiling window manager, video glitches, wayland
Why Fedora 38 might Sway you to try it; and how it runs on the MacBook M1 Max.
506: Three Wild and Crazy Topics
April 16th, 2023 | 1 hr 16 mins
ai, apple music, autogpt, awesome-nostr, boston harbor, btrfs, bus problem, censorship, cloud services, decentralization, determinate systems, diff, difftastic, digital estate planning, dotfiles, feedback, fleek, getfleek.dev, git, google keep, home-manager, jupiter broadcasting, lightning, linux podcast, linux unplugged, linuxserver.io, logseq, nextcloud, nix, nix-installer, nixos, nixpkgs, nostr, obsidian, olympia meetup, raspberry pi, relay, rust, self-hosting, silk road, simplex, social media, tuxedo computers, yaml
We surprise each other with three secret topics, with one big catch.
505: Keep Your Darn Secrets
April 9th, 2023 | 1 hr 13 mins
appimage, block editor, block reference, clojure, clojurescript, codex docs, datalog, decentralized, delete for everyone, device local, disappearing messages, double ratchet, e2ee, editor.js, electon, end-to-end-encrypted, evernote, flashcards, gnome, gping, graph, graph database, haskell, jupiter broadcasting, kde, kde connect, knowledge base, linux podcast, linux unplugged, logseq, markdown, message broker, note sync, notes, obsidian, open-source, org mode, outliner, pdf annotation, personal knowledge management, plasma, plugins, privacy, private chat, productivity, roam research, rust, security, signal, simplex, simplex relay, simplexmq, smp, spaced repetition, task management, telegram, todo, todoist, tuxedo os, user identifiers, whiteboard, zettelkasten
We try out the most secure messaging app in the world, and Wes’ new note system that's so great you’ll want to abandon your current one.