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Cool new tool!
Well, that experiment was short lived. Apparently current versions of Chromium has removed the option to stop embedded audio and video from auto-playing. Plus the Android experience wasn't great.
Back to Firefox it is for now, and I'll only use Chrome when I need to use SSO/OAuth logins for work apps.
I also think it's only a matter of time before I switch to something Chrome/Chromium based. I'm already seeing problems with common web apps I interact with, and I expect that will continue to get worse.
Incidentally, I would think twice about using their cloud platform for the same reason. You never know when they are going to retire a service you depend on, up to and including the entirety of Google Cloud Platform.
Definitely won't purchase any media from Google ever again. Effectively they have become Microsoft, where they launch a service where you purchase media and then pull the rug out from under you when it doesn't make as much money as they would like.
A couple of observations now that I've been using my zettelkasten for a few weeks:
1. This system is definitely tailored towards writing. I'll probably be making some adjustments to make it more useful as a more general knowledge base
2. Having a directory of files with numeric names is not easy to navigate
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