🌱 Folders kill creativity
The folder structure defines specific content belonging to one category.
The content is stored in the same place, but they
🌱 Morning page
Morning pages was mentioned on Julia’s book The Artist’s way.
Every morning, you write three pages in a
🌱 From Collector to Creator
We often hoard information because it gives us an illusion of knowledge. We consume too much, but we don’t
🌱 A system should follow you, not the other way around
We try to learn a new system, so we ask others what their best practice are and how to do
🌱 The point of taking notes is to think better
We have a habit of taking notes and saving valuable things.
But in the end, those ideas get forgotten and
🌱 Why do we need a second brain?
We often hoard (or save it for later) content because it gives us an illusion of knowledge. But in the
🌱 Build your own Wikipedia
We all heavily use Wikipedia to learn.
Imagine you could have your own Wikipedia with all the things you learn,
🌱 A second brain
A second brain is the trustiest place where you keep all information that matters to you.
In the digital age,
🌱 Fleeting notes
Fleeting notes are your loose thoughts, ideas, and anything in mind. They are unorganized and unstructured.
They are to capture
🌱 Literature notes
Literature notes are one type of note of [[The Zettelkasten note-taking method]]. They are highlights from the source you’re
🌱 Evergreen notes
Evergreen notes are similar to permanent notes or Zettels from The Zettelkasten note-taking method. I prefer the name evergreen notes because it’s human and inspiring.
🌱 A digital garden
A digital garden is a place to plant the seeds for future ambitious works. It was seeded with many [[🌱 Evergreen notes]] and linked to each other.
The secret of writing
What’s the primary purpose of your headline, your graphic, your font, and any other part of the writing?