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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.

Nicole talked about how to make notes useful.

Interesting insight into Luhmann’s “hard” writing style.

The good and bad of the Johnny.Decimal system.

Tomi shows us how to use the Feynman Technique.

Here’s an interview with Keith Blount the founder of Scrivener. I used to love Scrivener but the development is so slow that I left it long ago. I still want to love it though.

Folders, tags or links? I use tagnotes.

Using PKM to learn a new language.

Will the future of productivity and note-taking be AI? I’m doubtful.

William walked through Hookmark and how it can be used for writers. Hookmark sounds interesting, but I use my iPad so much that I haven’t tried it out. Hookmark is available on SetApp.

What do you do to take notes when you’re hands aren’t free to type.


DEVONthink posted about how to use annotations on macOS.


How to use Craft to bulid a digital garden.

Recently Craft added AI, but not all users like that as a new feature.

What about Craft keyboard shortcuts?

Why the OP is no longer using Craft.


Danny did a vault tour with Chris (Pseudometa).

Brandon build a weekly review plugin for Obsidian.

Here is a python library to work with your Obsidian notes in batches.

Dataview is powerful, but can also be a struggle.

Check out these playlists on the Obsidian YouTube Channel. Thanks to Obsidian Roundup for pointing me to this.

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