Read How I’m using Evernote and IFTTT to collect and organize my digital marginalia by Kevin Eagan (Critical Margins | Medium)
This year, I’ve written about how digital marginalia — those notes, clippings, likes, and kindle book highlights — have re-shaped the way we read. In particular, I believe that we are entering a new era of reading, an era that has a social reading element similar to reading in the 18th and 19th centuries, a time when commonplace books and note-sharing were standard. Recently, I came across an article in The Verge by Thomas Houston that covers this topic. Part of “The Verge at Work” series, Houston talks about the history of reading and note-taking, and delves into his personal 21st-century version of this:

I feel like I’ve read this before. There’s nothing brilliant in it that I haven’t bee doing with my own website for a while.

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