VSCodeNotebook - 📝 Use VS Code as a reliable note-taking/journal application

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VSCode Notebook is an attempt to use VSCode as a complete note taking application. This is a VSCode port of the popular SublimeNotebook project. Because of these reasons, I had to lose my notes a number of times and was forced to start from scratch. This was frustrating, and finally, I decided to do something about it.

https://github.com/aviaryan/VSCodeNotebook

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