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      The UI/UX is worthy of exploration; unlike anything I’ve seen.

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        kind of similar in some ways to void (void is TUI though). I actually started void to be a tui spreadsheet, but over time found that a strict tree worked better for my own workflows. but maybe over time I’ll revisit the nested spreadsheet idea.

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        This looks awesome. I don’t personally see this as a replacement for Joplin which I use and adore for note taking, but I could totally see it as a fabulous tool for ideation and outlining.

        Definitely giving this a look, thanks for the pointer!

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          How did you manage to get a handle on it? It seems so damned alien and all the tutorials I’ve managed to find when I go looking every 6 months or so are always really shallow, like one of those “button and counter” Medium posts about React.

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            This is completely new to me. Thanks for sharing!

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              Interesting, this reminds me a bit of MaxThink for DOS back in the 90s

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                Welp, this looks amazing. Thank you!

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                  This does look intriguing, but I can’t help but be disinterested in it because it doesn’t look like you can share and collaborate over the Internet. Can you? Or are is there an online equivalent or competitor?

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                    No, this is strictly desktop software. Miro is the closest I could find to an online version.

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                  Remember: everything breaks, have a backup plan for when this YubiKey does.

                  Can anyone elaborate on what they do as backup. I sometimes worry about this (use Yubikey for AWS console auth amonst other things).

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                    Have a backup key that’s already associated with your important accounts, and store it in a safe place. Some services won’t let you assign more than one key to an account, and I think carefully about how important it is that I can get in if my key breaks.

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                    I can recommend https://postmarkapp.com/. Looks like they have a free dev plan: 100 email /mo

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                      I just use pass + oathtool.

                      For instance, in “2fa/github”, I store:

                      oathtool --totp --base32 MY_KEY
                      

                      In my .bashrc I have:

                      eval $(pass 2fa/$1)
                      

                      and then when I need a code I use:

                      2fa github
                      

                      I should write a blog article to explain that. :)

                      EDIT: I just did.

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                        How is this different from using the pass-otp extension to pass? I don’t have experience with either, but I use pass to store my regular passwords.

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                          I just didn’t know pass-otp. It also uses oathtool and zbar, and it is packaged for Arch. I will add it to my post.

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                          Using pass-otp, it’s just a matter of:

                          pass otp 2fa/github

                          And storing the otpauth string in he pass file:

                          otpauth://totp/GitHub:USERNAME?secret=SECRETSECRET&issuer=GitHub

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                            worth noting that the pass iOS app can scan QR codes to add the otpauth to your entries, quite neat