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Platform agnostic ideas that may help your PKM process. They may feature a software, but I think they apply to more than a single platform.
If you want to design your PKM system from scratch, read this.
Use this YouTube Playlist to get replay’s of Tiago Forte’s second brain summit.
Jamie talked about the security of his note system. I’ve long thought that the only truly secure place to store anything is your brain. If you never write it down no one else can find it.
Does the numbering scheme in Antinet matter?
On “reading” of books and it doesn’t matter if that means you listened to an audiobook.
RJ Nestor is launching his AP Productivity course with Cohort 4.
Why does every writer need a common place book?
Elizabeth Butler wrote a good article on the difference between highlighting and note-taking.
Another post and suggestions on highlighting HTML.
Because we’re all lookin to expand our minds a bit.
This was an interesting article on Substack’s philosophy. Specifically the two evils Substack wants to combat, but must flirt with as a company in the media space.
I think that salary should be transparent. No more hiding to be able to pay women less.
Mac Power Users forum on Zotero 6. Looks like some features are desktop only so iOS users are out of luck.
Some questions about import/paste from Word to RemNote.
At least one user is having issues with import.
There is also a report of tagging breaking the layout of RemNote
To me it looks like logseq does a better job than Obsidian at citation notation in notes.
If you have recommendations for learning typescript or react then maybe drop them in the Craft forum to help other devs build extensions.
Craftcuts 0.3 has been released. Looking forward to actually being able to dig into this eXtension.
Good conversation about your data threat model and the security of Craft.
Here is an extensive look at Martine’s Obsidian setup.
The Dangling links plugin can help you find links to typos.
There is a call for some video demonstrations of the Roam mobile application once people have their hands on it.
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