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Because TiddlyWiki is radically customizable and allows you to think in new ways, it can be hard to "get it" if you haven't used it. In this video, I show what it looks like to be fluent in TiddlyWiki by creating a complete, functional application to track books and articles we've read and would like to read, in just over an hour. This video is 100% uncut and unrehearsed, programming mistakes and all. You can learn all the skills you need to do everything shown in this video with Grok TiddlyWiki (​ – coming soon!)

This was just great. I’ve been using TiddlyWiki on and of for a couple of years. I really like it but it has been tricky to really get into it. This was a revelation. Looking forward to Grok TiddlyWiki. In the meantime I’ll go over this video again.

Fascinating watch

More on Fawkes This is really fascinating stuff.
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This is a commandline thing, but the instructions are fairly straightforward.

My test took a bit longer than 40 seconds per image. I can see a wee bit difference and there is a fair increase in file size. I wonder if the cloaking survives resizing or other image operations.

Update, the first run produced png files, I then read the help and set the format for output to jpg. That made the file size a lot smaller. 140 KB as opposed to the original 828 KB

I guess this ort of thing could be built in to image editors.

via: John Naughton Thursday 23 July, 2020 | Memex 1.1