Hazlitt’s century-old guide remains powerfully relevant today. Its timeless advice on constructive thinking, intellectual self-discipline, logical reasoning and efficient reading provides enduring benefits for modern readers seeking to improve their mental skills.
Hookmark has the potential to be a game-changer for academics and researchers who handle large amounts of references, literature reviews, annotations, and notes.
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Topics include iA Writer for distraction-free writing, a comparison of Obsidian Sync and iCloud Sync, OmniOutliner Pro 5 for enhanced organization, and Unriddle's AI-powered reading and learning features.
With its AI-powered assistance Unriddle understands the context behind each item in your library and automatically links related content based on semantic meaning.
OmniOutliner Pro 5 is a valuable tool for writers, researchers, students, and anyone who needs to organize their thoughts or create structured outlines.
I highly recommend Obsidian Sync for its reliability and unique features, experimenting with iCloud sync may be worth it if you’re already embedded within the Apple ecosystem.
iA Writer is a popular choice among writers due to its range of features and benefits. It stands out from other writing apps by focusing solely on the writing process, avoiding unnecessary distractions.
New apps - Fabric connects drives, Jenny aids research writing and some personal insights on how having a large corpus of notes is important provided you know the right question to ask.
JenniAI is an advanced AI writing assistant which help students, researchers, and writers produce high-quality content faster than ever before.
If you’re tired of scattered files and disorganized information across different platforms or struggling with inefficient collaboration tools, give Fabric a try.
The Unified Knowledge Model (UKM) provides a framework for cost-benefit analysis in designing personal knowledge management systems. It balances the costs of externalizing and retrieving knowledge, offering insights into efficient system operation.
"How to Take Smart Notes" by Sönke Ahrens is a guide for students, academics, and nonfiction writers on improving productivity. It introduces the slip-box note-taking method, emphasizing simplicity, consistency, and the importance of writing in intellectual endeavors.
Check out articles on AmpleNote, Capacities, Mem.ai, Tiago Forte's PARA Method, and "Building a Second Brain"