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Bigger Ideas

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.

Truth Decay looks like an excellent book on how analysis and facts have diminishing roles and impacts in society. In theory, if you’re reading this you’re looking for truth and facts in your life.

Don’t get rid of old notes, link them to your new thoughts that challenge your old thoughts.

Which tool for thought is right for you?

Maybe writing for the Hacker News audience makes your writing worse.

I hope this discussion about helping someone that’s elderly build a PKM gets some more responses.

Zettelkasten for programmers.

How do you set up a cohesive digital ecosystem for productivity and PKM?

Justin went over his current Zettelkasten workflow.

Some beginner questions around PKM and productivity.

What are your strategies for archiving daily notes?

What is the best interval for spaced repetition?

Taking notes when you are already given notes. Do you just rewrite them or…?

Lots of information to dig through here on the Past, Present, and Future of Personal Knowledge Graphs.

Examples of using PKM for artistic outputs instead of intellectual output.

Why does Ahrens explain the Feature-Positive Effect so different from other researchers?

What is the most effective note-taking method for a lecture class?

Some recommendations for a note app that does typing and scribbling on a Samsung S6 Lite.

Do you have suggestions for a note-taking tablest under $100?

Something Interesting

Because we’re all lookin to expand our minds a bit.

I enjoyed this article on the calm business. I also have a slow, calm business. I even have the freedom for a fairly slow calm career as a developer. It lets me spend afternoons with my children and get a bike ride or run most days in the middle of the day. I measured life with freedom of time is far preferable to some more money and never seeing the people I love or doing the things I love to do.

Little interesting things are all around us, but the uncurious will never know.

An ode to old gear…and a hat.

Maybe the problem is far worse than you think.


Scott shared how to use search in Agenda to get his daily journals.


Can you help the OP figure out why Remnote isn’t syncing?


Here is a detailed video on using custom domains with Craft.

Why are some external locations allowed, and others not in Craft?

Despite loving Craft, it’s not the daily driver.

Keep Productive took a look at the growth of Craft.


Nicole showed off how to use Excalibrain to help you put your notes in the right context.

The Automators podcast did a show on Obsidian automation.


A big update to Roam Studio is here.

50 notes about Roam Research.

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