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 No.6832

What does /edu/ do for knowledge management? Does it work? How important is it? Experiences?

I am starting a Tiddlywiki and plan on doing the zettelkasten method. The way I understand it, I just take notes and link them to each other with tags or something? Seems straightforward yet quite useful.egoismEgoism

 No.6833

Fuck, wanted to post links for curious anons but I clicked enter by accident.

Zettelkasten intro:
https://zettelkasten.de/introduction/

Good video on tiddlywiki + zettel:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CNCM_-Hgf3MegoismEgoism

 No.6834

I found this video helpful as well: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wFZHuWLA09MegoismEgoism

 No.6836

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>>6832
Zettelkastens are great.

I've posted about my setup before at >>>/tech/6207. I take notes in Emacs's Org Mode, using Org Roam to add zettelkasten functionality. My setup has changed a bit since originally posting since Org Roam has gone through a global redesign, but the core idea is the same: leverage the absurd extensibility of Emacs and Org Mode to achieve a setup that is powerful yet incredibly simply to use.

Org Mode is a very powerful markup language, simpler than markdown yet supports seamless integration with LaTeX functionality such as bibliography management. I would recommend this vid for a brief introduction/overview https://youtube.com/watch?v=SzA2YODtgK4

 No.6837

>>6836
Looks really cool, but I'm already setup with tiddlywiki and I'm not not nerdy (i.e., smart) enough to fuck with emacs tbh.egoismEgoism

 No.6838

I just write notes in org-mode. I used to do these list based outlines but then switched to writing summaries, they are harder to write but I like to believe that it is a "desirable difficulty". Plus they are much easier to read than the stupid lists I used to do.

I don't do zettelkasten because it is too much work. You are not taking notes but building an encyclopedia. You are supposed to extract and isolate every idea in what you are studying and make a self-contained entry for each. That in itself kind of sounds fun but you have to give titles to the entries which is just too hard.

>>6837
> I'm not not nerdy (i.e., smart) enough
You most probably are. Don't get spooked by "intelligence".

 No.6844

>>6838
>I don't do zettelkasten because it is too much work. You are not taking notes but building an encyclopedia. You are supposed to extract and isolate every idea in what you are studying and make a self-contained entry for each. That in itself kind of sounds fun but you have to give titles to the entries which is just too hard.

After doing some more reading on the topic, I'm starting to agree. I don't want to spend all my time micromanaging my thoughts—IMO that seems like missing the forest for the trees in terms of building knowledge. I think I will just write notes in my Tiddlywiki while utilizing the tagging & hyperlinking functionalities to do a pseudo-zettelkasten system.

 No.6845

>>6844
forgot to mention, I am using the TiddlyRoam plugin which is pretty cool. Very useful if you're going to do the whole zettelkasten thing, too.

 No.6846

>>6844
> seems like missing the forest for the trees in terms of building knowledge
I wouldn't say that. It seems to work really well in academic settings, where most of the "input" comes from research papers and textbooks and most of the "output" goes into the same. You will need to know what you want from your notes and organize them appropriately.

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bump

 No.9063

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TagSpaces
planning on organizing my pictures with this little babe, i've already tried it out and the free (as in price) version is pretty ok despite the limitations placed on it.

 No.9064

>>6832
if you like text based stuff and can manage to learn vimwiki or emacs orgmode, that's very effective.
There are GPT-2 machine learning plugins that at the moment are very basic and limited to software coding but eventually that will be expanded and generalized, and you'll be able to search your knowledge base with cognitive associations.

 No.9065

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I read stuff and my brain remembers it for me and automatically connects it to related information. When something relevant comes up, I remember where I read something about it.

 No.9066

>>9065
Dude that's crazy

 No.9068

>>9065
Is it possible to learn this?

 No.9594

amazonbasics lined notebook

 No.9621

>>9065
>I read stuff and my brain remembers it for me
not everyone has extremley good memory
I have to re-read information at least 2 times after a gap in time to remember them

 No.10395

I wanted to use DokuWiki but the instructions confused me too much kek https://www.dokuwiki.org/install:dokuwiki_on_a_stick

 No.10400

>>6836
That thread is gone, can you post your set up here?

 No.10401

tiddywiki


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