In-reply-to » Still undecided between TiddlyWiki, DokuWiki, Bear, Benotes, Memos, my blog software, standardnotes, apple notes and more. I like them all quite a bit, but standardnotes, the only one that has reall multiplatform is so fucking complicated to host on your own and then they have this stupid offline subscription thing that allows rich text or the block editor that works like notion. I also found codex docs which is really really nice. Unfortunately they lack proper authentication. 1 / 2

tiddlywiki: good software, runs in your browser, fast searching and an amazing tool for personal brains or digital gardens or whatever you want to call it. Unfortunately, it really lacks the ability to upload images. You can, though, using the nodejs browser if you run it server-side. But even with lazy loading, it gets pretty slow after a while. And the biggest disappointment is that it is not mobile friendly. Not even for reading.

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