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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.
Why a single note matters. (web)
Focus your reading with Readwise filters. (youtube)
Reading should be messy. (web)
Brandon on 6-months with the Kindle Scribe. (youtube)
Good libraries can contain in their finite space a feeling that, even if you read for centuries and centuries, you would never exhaust the knowledge contained within their walls, not only because there are simply so many books, but because there’s so much to learn when you take the ideas from one book as a lens through which to read others. Infinities assembled out of finite building blocks. – Knowledge tools, finite and infinite
This is an excellent and thoughtful discussion on the “Second Brain” trope. (web)
Because we’re all lookin to expand our minds a bit.
The average user’s interaction with ChatGPT amounts to pouring a large bottle of water on the ground. (web) ChatGPT is not free in terms of resources, and maybe we should think more about that fact before we start using it.
There is a new QT based eBook Reader out for Linux called Arianna. (web)
If you want desktop access to Wikipedia, check out Wike. (web)
macOS outliner Bike has updated and has decent Shortcuts support. (web)
Dealing with PDF searchability in DEVONthink. (web)
Maybe all you need is Apple Notes. (youtube)
Using Joplin as your PKM tool. (reddit)
Did you know that there is a guide for contributing to logseq? (web)
logseq for task management. (web)
Here is a starter kit for logseq. (youtube)
What is your most wanted Craft feature? (reddit)
The Obsidian WordPress plugin updated to encrypt passwords and allow for multiple accounts. (web/youtube)
Nicole on Obsidian Bookmarks. (youtube)
Vicky on what she learned with 1-year of taking notes in Obsidian. (youtube)
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