Over the past year and change, I’ve read and written a fair amount about note taking practices and their history including the topics of #CommonplaceBooks and #zettelkasten. I’ve spent a few minutes aggregating it into a collection for those who are curious: https://boffosocko.com/research/zettelkasten-commonplace-books-and-note-taking-collection/. 🗃️📓🖋️
I'm a biomedical and electrical engineer with interests in information theory, complexity, evolution, genetics, signal processing, IndieWeb, theoretical mathematics, and big history. I'm also a talent manager-producer-publisher in the entertainment industry with expertise in representation, distribution, finance, production, content delivery, and new media. View all posts by Chris Aldrich
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@chrisaldrich Hi! Thanks for that collection.
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@chrisaldrich this is fantastic! I’ve done some presentations on #PKM and #HistBook and thinking about them as new commonplace books has been in my mind recently so I’m glad to see your writing on this topic! I’ve made this Airtable if it’s of use to you https://airtable.com/shrIw43VorHcjsJWn
PKB Literature – Airtable
@chrisaldrich This looks really interesting, @kfitz was just posting about this topic of note taking, so maybe she’ll be interested in this if she hasn’t seen this post already.
@chrisaldrich I searched for #zettelkasten this morning, and imagine my surprise when your post came up twice. It looks like someone stole your content with the aim of sending people to her photography business. Just thought you should know. https://mastodon.social/@tmichellemoore/109572551049746933