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colinwalker
colinwalker

@zsbenke Of course.

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zsbenke

@colinwalker Please share what you've found. I'm still trying to move away from Day One and my own blog looks a cool tool for a private journal. I just don't know how to secure it enough.

colinwalker
colinwalker

@zsbenke Thanks for the thoughts Zsolt, those are definitely valid concerns. I need to work out all the logistics and may not even end up using this but it’s something worth looking into.

zsbenke
zsbenke

@colinwalker I’ve tried a setup like this, I even created a script which fed my Day One library into WordPress with images and everything. But at the end, I just don’t trust WordPress as a secure place for those posts.

I mean I store some really personal stuff in Day One which I can encrypt at least. There is no decent two factor authentication for WordPress, since the API still secured with username and password.

colinwalker
colinwalker
Jonathan discussed using your own site as a private repository rather than just a place for public sharing citing the recent Day One privacy issue as a reason you might not want to trust third party apps. I've never really been one for private journaling. When I did try Day One a while ... colinwalker.blog