21 Apr 2021
reading time: 2 mins
At the beginning of
my experiment I intended to write regular updates on what I was getting up to, however I haven’t really done that.
If I had been doing that, here are a few things I retrospectively imagine I would have written about:
introducing a Task Management element to accompany the P of PARA
migrating to Obsidian and introducing Markor and using it’s QuickNote feature
(leading on to “My QuickNote Problem” aka my latest manifestation of Collector’s Fallacy) trying out Daily Notes and habit tracking
thinking more deliberately about the
type of note I’m taking experimenting with how I use tags
starting to create MOCs
I have plenty of rambles and reflections on all of these things in my notes but I haven’t quite nailed down the habit of publishing any of it…
30 Nov 2020
reading time: 3 mins
For continuity of my
experiment I felt I should mention that I have migrated from Joplin to Obsidian.
In fact, I migrated about 2 months ago now. So, as far as my journey into building a notetaking system is concerned, I’ve been using Obsidian for almost as long as I used Joplin (which was about 3 months).
I haven’t felt like writing a comparison of these apps, as I did when I moved from OneNote to Joplin. But I do want to point out the 2 main reasons I made the switch to Obsidian.
31 Jul 2020
reading time: 4 mins
Recently I decided to do something about my notes and notetaking methods.
Up until a few weeks ago, my notes were an increasingly unwieldy pile of
.txt files. I was using Slack as a
blackhole means of getting the odd link from my phone to my laptop.
It wasn’t great. Notes were seldom revisited. The majority of things put into Slack remained there…