Personal Knowledge Management With Zettelkasten

Personal Knowledge Management With Zettelkasten

This week, in continuing on our recent episodes about note-taking methods, Ray, Augusto, Francis and Art are taking on a closely-related topic of personal knowledge management to discuss Zettelkasten. Don’t know about Zettelkasten? Listen in and learn!

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In this Cast | Personal Knowledge Management With Zettelkasten

Ray Sidney-Smith

Augusto Pinaud

Art Gelwicks

Francis Wade

Show Notes | Personal Knowledge Management With Zettelkasten

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The Zettelkasten Method: Examples to help you get started.

Getting Started • Zettelkasten Method








Maker’s Schedule and Manager’s Schedule by Paul Graham

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  1. Fascinating podcast, thank you! I had not run across Zettelkasten before (or if I had, I didn’t capture it in my notes, duh!). It lends itself, as Ray said, to effective intake and filing in one’s KM. I thought of any number of applications, especially Evernote and The Brain, that would fit this method nicely.

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