Author: d-s <email@example.com>
Date: Sun, 16 Apr 2023 19:45:02 +0200
feat: article for 2023-04-16
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diff --git a/content/2023/augumented-plain-text.md b/content/2023/augumented-plain-text.md
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+title: "Augumented Plain Text"
+abstract: Adding stuff on top of text
+I firmly believe that [plain text](/tags/plain-text) is the only format that matters. Let's ignore multimedia for now. I want all my data to be a text file. A parsable text file. If I want it to be encrypted or compressed, I can do that myself.
+One of the cooler use cases of plan-text is [Org Mode](https://orgmode.org/). However, recently I've discovered [Org Roam](https://www.orgroam.com/), which augments it with SQLite while still being solely based on text files. The notes are just plain old .org files. But to make connections between notes (and since it's based on [Zettelkasten](https://zettelkasten.de/), there will be lots and lots of references), the extension creates an SQLite database.
+Ingenious. The database is just an addition to make it easier to work
+the meat is still just a text file. I have never
diff --git a/content/2023/youve-got-mail.md b/content/2023/youve-got-mail.md
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I'm not much into instant messaging. I'd say that Messenger or Discord was forced upon me rather than chosen. Having said that, it's great for chatting without any structure or overarching goal. It often becomes just link sharing with some comments, but still - for this use case, it's great. Like talking in a bar over a beer.