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Dear Zettlers, There will be a live Zettelkasten session, scheduled for Sep 10th, 2021, 19:00-21:00 CEST. On that day, you can tune in right here: (Link to the video: https://youtu.be/5aMnBKQST0I) Live long and prosper,
Dear Zettlers, There will be a live Zettelkasten session, scheduled for Aug 27th, 2021, 19:00-21:00 CEST. On that day, you can tune in right here: (Link to the video: https://youtu.be/CqTSIA8bYYE) Live long and prosper,
Dear Zettlers, There will be a live Zettelkasten session, scheduled for Aug 13th, 2021, 19:00–21:00 CEST. On that day, you can tune in right here: (Link to the video: https://youtu.be/2_MJYtWr1vE) It is a casual session of me working with a Zettelkasten. It will be especially valuable for beginner and intermediate users since I am starting a new Zettelkasten in English that I will use for demonstration purposes. I am working with it as a serious Zettelkasten and not a mock example.
In this week’s episode, Sascha pulled out the digital pen and visualizes the notes from the archive that grew over the past couple of episodes. You’ll see how local structures turn into entry points of new topics and how note sequences (“Folgezettel”) can be created from a messy start.
In this week’s episode … lots of things have happened. There was no clear outline this time, but we further talked about the dangers of automatization and how clever apps can dumb you down. Also: Our ““business”” plans: get rid of money and do this here for fun & create a community around all this knowledge work stuff.
In this week’s episode we talked about the dangers of automatization. In short, the computer may help you find stuff, but if you rely on its power 100%, you will end up with a homogenous mush of notes. That’s when we also mentioned Nassim Taleb’s notion of the “barbell method” to antifragilize your life .
In today’s episode we used our crappy English (I don’t know what went wrong today) to talk about misconceptions when using the Zettelkasten: you cannot automate yourself away. The archive always needs an intelligent (!) user to help generate ideas, and you need to take note of them for later retrieval.
In today’s episode we had a lot of interaction with you, dear readers and listeners and watchers. Thanks for being great! Here are some show highlights: Peter K. asked: How do you use your Zettelkasten setup for collaborative work? (That’s roughly the first 30 minutes.)
We’ll be on air today – Thursday, January 12th, 3:00 p.m. UTC. Go to our live stream page on YouTube to see the countdown and localized times.
I have to get this “Live” page up here, soon, so all of you can see the calendar with ease.
In this episode, we respond to Peter’s question: What do we not put into our archives? Here are a few links for stuff we discussed in the video. Christian’s inspiration for note meta-categories back in the day made him include diary entries. Now they’re out.
Sorry, folks, but this week’s episode recording didn’t take place. On Wednesday night I was struck hard by spontaneous and annoying bowel-emptying and I still couldn’t think straight when the scheduled recording would have taken place. I’m feeling a lot better already and we’ll try again next Thursday, Dec. 15th, same time: 16:00 UTC+01.
As always, just shoot your questions and demo requests at us!
We’ll be on air this Thursday, 3:00 p.m. UTC. Go to our live stream page on YouTube to see the countdown and localized times.
You’re all welcome to chat with us there on Thursday or leave questions here in advance if you can’t make it.
I set up a public Google Calendar you can look at subscribe to, if you want, although it updates super slow:
Useful resources to subscribe to announcements:
- Our YouTube Live page
- iCal Google Calendar file link
The actual calendar source for you to copy and subscribe to in your native calendar apps is this:
Hello dear friends of knowledge work and knowledge management! – Today we’re thrilled to tell you that our video experiments did bear fruit. We hereby announce the Zettelkasten Live channel. Watch our 10min intro on YouTube.