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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.
Here are some tips on taking notes from online courses.
Raymond wrote an article on choosing a PKM application.
There is a PKM discussion group you can join.
Interesting and long article on Zettelkasten.
If you see an interesting building, read and interesting story in a book, hear an interesting idea in a podcast or an interesting lyric in a song, capture it.
The quote above is from this article on The Notecard System by Ryan Holiday’s research assistant…Billy Oppenheimer. I once tried to convince Holiday I would be a great research assistant.
Reading shouldn’t be about checking titles off a todo list, it should be an exploration of what fascinates you. If you liked that, continue reading.
How do you deal with handwritten notes in your PKM?
How should you retroactively make a Zettelkasten for existing research?
Santi showed off how he’s using Walling to work on his website.
Because we’re all lookin to expand our minds a bit.
Dan shared a demo of Scrintal.
Keep Productive hosted a video with three people looking at how they use Tana.
Is Craft too expensive? As with many things, it depends on the value you get from the software.
Nicole showed off the LATCH method to organize your notes.
Here is some inspiration for your daily/weekly notes homepage.
Here is a book dashboard in Obsidian. I need to make a video of what I’m doing with the Tracker plugin and my reading.
I’ve never seen this, but dang that’s a weird problem with red dots on mobile.
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