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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.
Jeffery gave us a tour of his “chaotic” PKM system. I like his note, that it doesn’t have to be all clean. All our systems are really messy.
Brandon talks about taking notes with the Boox Note Air 2, a tablet that takes pencil input. He’s using it for notes while reading on his Kindle. It’s certainly got me tempted to try one out.
Vicky shares her 2022 Zettelkasten workflow in Obsidian.
Josh shared his system to reduce friction in his Zettelkasten workflows. I’m sure we’ve all found our systems can get out of control.
Justin showcased his PKM system via the Linking Your Thinking channel.
Dan is going to write a guide on “Reading, Thinking, Writing” and is contemplating using 3×5 cards to get the project going.
untools is a list of tools to help you think better. Not a list of software tools, but frameworks for ways of thinking.
Because we’re all lookin to expand our minds a bit.
If you’ve wondered what Hook is (it’s macOS only) check out the links in this post.
I did a video on how to make reviewing a note later easier.
What is the best web clipper for Obsidian? I actually clip everything with DEVONthink and use it as a repository for “other people’s thoughts” while Obsidian is a place for my notes and thoughts.
Is NotePlan an alternative to Things 3? I think in most cases combining your notes and your tasks is a bad idea.
If you’re thinking about using Craft, here is an introduction.
Want a screenshot in Zotero and have an iPad? Here is a workaround to make that happen.
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