2. PDF-annotation apps for the iPad that play well with Obsidian, Logseq, etc. 📝
If you're one of the cool kids, then you use one (or more) of the now long list of what are sometimes called "connective-thinking apps" (e.g., Craft, DEVONthink, Heptabase, Logseq, Notion, Obsidian, Roam, Scrintal, Tana, The Archive, Tinderbox, etc.). This post will talk about PDF-annotation apps that can work
Readwise's amazing read-it-later app - public beta is here!
This just in... Don't know anything about this much-anticipated app? You can learn about it from the videos linked to below: Justin DiRose: Readwise has done it again...with Readwise Reader Nicole van der Hoeven: I can finally tell you about Readwise Reader Want to start using the app? I
7. Don't collect quotations—instead, handwrite reminders on source cards 📽
When I first went down the rabbit hole of looking into various ways of taking notes digitally, I found myself tempted to add to whatever note-making app I was using at the time a whole bunch of quotations that I never got around to stating in my own words.
6. Digesting information by putting it in your own words 📽
When it comes to working with ideas and developing compelling lines of thinking, I think we are better off to have as our aim not so much the creation of so-called original ideas but instead trying to make the ideas of others in some sense our own.