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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.

Do you learn how to learn? (medium)

Making the jump from management to development of knowledge. (reddit)

What about an app for managing YouTube bookmarks? (reddit) I just link to the videos in my Obsidian note if I need to refer back to it.

Jared on how to read philosophy. (youtube)

Decent list of favourite articles on taking notes. (reddit)

reMarkable or iPad? (reddit)

Yes reading and research is hard work and gets frustrating. (reddit)

Martin on how he creates literature notes from Kindle books. (youtube)

Something Interesting

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

Highly recommend the If Books Could Kill Sub Reddit.

On the junkification of Amazon. (web)


Tomi talks about Tana. (youtube)


Remember, Remnote shouldn’t take a long time to sync. (reddit)


logseq has a new site, and it looks very nice. (web)

logseq is also slowing its release cadence a bit. (twitter)

Check out logseq times for Feb 5th. (web)


Craft for complex outlines? (youtube)

How to login from the web in Craft. (reddit)

Some questions about structuring content for a team. (reddit)

Testing Craft on Windows. (youtube)


Ellane shared the Obsidian plugins she uses. (medium)

Bryan on Obsidian Canvas. (youtube)

The OP is leaving Obsidian. The tools we love don’t work for everyone and we should celebrate them moving to something that does work for them. (reddit)

10 must know Obsidian Shortcuts. (youtube)

I’ve shown off a bunch of Obsidian plugins, so here are the ones that stuck. (web/youtube)

Nicole shares how she uses Obsidian for table top role playing games. (youtube)

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