There are hundreds of resources on note-taking systems so don’t take this post as anything more than a collection that caught my attention. Once you go down the ‘zettelkasten’ or ‘digital garden’ rabbit holes, you may find that it takes a while to get out again.
If you already have a sense of what the domain of ‘personal knowledge management’ includes, the list below might serve as a useful introduction to a systematic approach to how you think about knowledge work. If you haven’t yet come across what the fuss is about, you could find a reviews of Sonke Ahrens’ 2017 book, How to take smart notes.
- 100 days in Obsidian – Workflow and system
- 100 days in Obsidian – Hierarchy and logs
- 100 days in Obsidian – Tracking tasks
- 100 days in Obsidian – Writing notes (this post had the most areas of overlap for me; here are my Hypothes.is annotations)
- 100 days in Obsidian – Flow and workspaces
- 100 days in Obsidian – Final observations