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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.
Where do you put cards that don’t continue existing ideas in your Zettelkasten?
Sébastien wrote a nice article about cognitive load.
What if we had a local graph for each article in Wikipedia.
November 18th there is a live planning session with Bullet Journal founder Ryder Carol.
What are the differences between PARA, Second Brain, and Zettelkasten?
Most of us want to read more, and here is how Cal Newport does it. I love his thought that the computer (and really TV) just pulls him away from intentional deep items he could be doing.
Because we’re all lookin to expand our minds a bit.
Don’t confuse tool buying, or sharpening with actual work. I think that most people in productivity and knowledge management spend more time looking for some tool than actually doing anything because it feels productive. It’s not, but it feels that way.
Hookmark is now available on SetApp. This software lets you create links to items across different pieces of software.
Did you know that there are DEVONthink resources available just for historians?
Numeric Citizen talked about some of the ways Craft falls short in it’s support of Apple native features. With the addition of Craft for Windows and the Craft web application, I wonder if they’re really focused on Apple anymore?
There are some complaints about dark mode sharing in Craft.
Justin shared is 2022 Obsidian workflow.
Roam Studio has a big update. More themeing options, more customizations and offline capable.
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