👨‍💻 Matthieu V. Just came along obsidian.md it make me want to structure my notes/ideas but I don't really know where and how to start... Maybe it would be a great software to start doing some daily journaling
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Rsm I tried that, and finally went with zettlr.com. Came from joplin, but it did funny things with files. And, of course, TiddlyWiki has been a constant companion for years.
🎲 Jamie I got started on this sort of note taking by picking a specific complex topic I wanted to learn more about. Making it a tool for a clearly defined "project" greatly narrowed the scope of learning to use it! (YMMV)
👨‍💻 Matthieu V. thank you fro the answer ! I guess I also have to start somehow, I'm just waiting for something to happen :grinning_face_with_sweat:
Nick Silvestri I downloaded Obsidian recently, and as a casual Wikipedian, enjoy the idea of [[linking]] more than I like Notion databases. I've always wanted to use one of these knowledgebase apps, but my life simply isn't complex enough to warrant it yet :)
👨‍💻 Matthieu V. I think I'm in this case for now, I have also to learn how to link more my notes with those brackets links !
😃 Javier I tried Evernote and other myriad of tools to organize my data too. No luck so far. Visualizing things in a way that evoke/trigger my memory is tricky. I do my daily journaling with a python console I wrote that stores my musings with the date and current weather temperature on a single text file that gets checked in on a local git repo. It's pretty boring. I should post the python console in Github or something.
🦇 Arr Not F/LOSS, tough?
👨‍💻 Matthieu V. oh I thought it was ! I may still use the software nevertheless, if I achieve some kind of workflow with it