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  1. Ursula K. Le Guin : Words Are My Matter - Tin House

    “Hard times are coming, when we’ll be wanting the voices of writers who can see alternatives to how we live now, can see through our fear-stricken society & its obsessive technologies to other ways of being, & even imagine real grounds for hope. We’ll need writers who can remember freedom—poets, visionaries—realists of a larger reality…” Words Are My Matter collects talks, essays, intros to beloved books, & book reviews by Ursula K. Le Guin, one of our foremost public literary intellectuals. It is essential reading, & through the lens of deep considerations of contemporary writing, a way of exploring the world we are all living in.

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  2. Turning Notes into Thoughts and New Ideas | Session 2 - Gardens And Streams II - 2021 IndieWebCamp Popup

    The Next Step After Notes / Turning Notes into Thoughts and New Ideas

    Facilitator: Tracy Durnell

    What's your process for returning to past entries, whether to refresh and expand what you've noted and create connections with newer notes, revisit past thoughts, or connect and process into new thoughts / writings / projects elsewhere?

    Is it needed to return to old notes? Or is the process of taking the note enough to get it working in your subconscious thoughts?

    How do you get others' input on your notes to add to and transform them? (Less from a technical standpoint, more from the thought of connecting others who'd have thoughts about the topic with what you've written)

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  3. 016 - “Das Zettelkasten-Prinzip” von Sönke Ahrens - Zwischen zwei Deckeln

    In der aktuellen Episode haben wir das erste Mal ein Buch dabei, dass auch Ratgeber und gleichzeitig noch irgendwie meta ist. Wir schauen nämlich mal darauf, wie man all die Gedanken und Ideen, die einem beim Lesen spannender Bücher so in den Kopf kommen, so festhalten kann, dass man auch Jahre später noch sinnvoll mit ihnen arbeiten kann.

    In seinem Buch, „Das Zettelkasten-Prinzip“ beschreibt Sönke Ahrens nämlich, wie Studierende und andere wissenschaftlich Arbeitende einen Zettelkasten nutzen können, um ihren Schreib- und Arbeitsprozess möglichst effizient zu gestalten. Er geht dabei weniger auf den Zettelkasten als Werkzeug ein, sondern mehr auf die damit verbunden Arbeitsabläufe. und begründet ausführlich, warum das konsequente Verschriftlichen von Gedanken und Ideen für das Verfassen eigener wissenschaftlicher Texte bereits die halbe Miete ist.


    Sönke Ahrens: Das Zettelkastenprinzip (Webseite zum Buch)Armin Nassehi: MusterErhard Oeser: Katze und MenschEpisode 015 – RoboterethikBook on DemandNiklas LuhmannNiklas-Luhmann-ArchivDiskussion zum Thema „Folgezettel“Video: Niklas Luhmann über seinen ZettelkastenNiklas Luhmann: Kommunikation mit ZettelkästenDavid B. Clear: Zettelkasten — How One German Scholar Was So Freakishly Productive (Einführungs-Essay)Nils Müller: Der geduldigste Zuhörer: Schreiben, um zu denkenAndy Clark: Natural-Born CyborgsHermeneutischer ZirkelMarc Levinson: The Box: How the Shipping Container Made the World Smaller and the World Economy BiggerScreenshot NotizenDiverse Software: sublimezk / sublimelesszk / zettlr / Roam / The ArchiveMarkdownEmergenz

    Und hier die versprochenen Screenshots aus Nils‘ Zettelkasten auf Grundlage von sublime_zk (Klick zum Vergrößern):

    Mehr Lesestoff

    Niklas Luhmann: Kommunikation mit ZettelkästenArmin Nassehi: Wie weiter mit Niklas Luhmann?Niklas Luhmann: Ökologische Kommunikation (Episode 4)CRE220: Moritz KlenkDaniel J. Levitin: The Organized MindCharles Duhigg: Die Macht der GewohnheitJames Clear: Atomic (Blog und Forum)

    Quellen und so

    Intro und Outro der Episode stammen aus dem Stück Maxixe von Agustin Barrios Mangore, eingespielt von Edson Lopes (CC-BY).Das Umblättern zwischen den Teilen des Podcast kommt hingegen von

    Zwischen zwei Deckeln findest du auch im sozialen Medium deiner Wahl: Twitter, Instagram und Facebook.


    Tagged with obsidian

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  4. Why We Take Notes, with Achim Rothe by Clerestory (Bryan Kam)

    This is a live conversation I recorded on Twitter Spaces on 16 June 2022, between me (Bryan Kam) and Achim Rothe. We discuss our history of note-taking, our usage of personal knowledge management, and tools for thought. Achim discusses how he came to build, and I discuss how David Allen's Getting Things Done and Sönke Ahrens' How to Take Smart Notes led me to build my own knowledge management system, an implementation of Zettelkasten. We also discuss how software development relates to knowledge usage, metasystems, pragmatism, the problem of never revisiting notes, and how to decide what to remember, Schopenhauer, how note-taking relates to photo-taking.

    Errata: I said that Schopenhauer is quoting "Owen Smith"; I'm thinking of Sir William Jones (1764–1794).

    Schedule a Twitter space with me!

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  5. The Talk Show ✪: Ep. 362, With Anil Dash

    The Talk Show

    ‘Grand Scale Foot-Shooting’, With Anil Dash

    Friday, 18 November 2022

    Special guest: Anil Dash. A little about last week’s U.S. midterm elections, and a lot about what’s going on at Twitter under Elon Musk.

    Sponsored by:

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    Kolide: The cross-platform endpoint security solution for teams that value privacy and transparency.


    “Twitter Tumult” — me, on what’s going on at Twitter.

    Twitter Is Going Great — A rundown of everything during Twitter’s saga under Elon Musk.

    Fedifinder — “Search Twitter names, bios, locations, URLs, and pinned Tweets for fediverse handles and URLs.” Nifty tool for anyone moving from Twitter to Mastodon or just trying Mastodon out.

    Fediverse of Madness — a collection of Glitch apps related to the fediverse.


    The Obama Foundation Democracy Forum.

    Anil’s prescient Twitter prediction from back in April.

    Anil’s blog.

    Dahlia Lithwick, SCOTUS columnist extraordinaire.

    This episode of The Talk Show was edited by Caleb Sexton.

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  6. Bob Doto: Zettelkasten, Zettelkasten, Zettelkasten (Plus Writing and Anarcho-Marxism)

    In this interview, Bob Doto shares his love of Zettelkasten, his thoughts on writing, thoughts on creative expression in Zettelkasten, anarcho-marxism, categories in Zettelkasten, and more.

    Check out Bob's upcoming course "Zettelkasten for Creative Expression":


    If you like the idea of using analog tools for knowledge development, then you'll love the Antinet Zettelkasten Getting Started Guide! It's a beautiful 63-page PDF that details how to build your own analog Zettelkasten and the 9 mistakes to avoid. Grab your free copy here:

    Original video:
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    Tagged with education

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  7. This Week in the IndieWeb Audio Edition • December 17th - 23rd, 2022

    Gift calendar season continues and join us for the final meetups of the year. It’s the audio edition for This Week in the IndieWeb for December 17th - 23rd, 2022.

    You can find all of my audio editions and subscribe with your favorite podcast app here:

    Music from Aaron Parecki’s 100DaysOfMusic project: Day 85 - Suit, Day 48 - Glitch, Day 49 - Floating, Day 9, and Day 11

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  8. Mythical Pasts, Fantasy Futures: The Middle Ages in Modern Visual Culture (Part 2)

    The visual and conceptual relationships between modern fantasy, popular culture, and the medieval era are a lively area of inquiry in a variety of cultural studies disciplines. They are also the focus of two current or upcoming exhibitions: The Fantasy of the Middle Ages (Getty Museum) and J. R. R. Tolkien: The Art of the Manuscript (Haggerty Museum of Art). This online symposium brings together an interdisciplinary group of academics and museum professionals to examine how the Middle Ages appear in the contemporary imagination, and how its aesthetics have inspired a wide variety of media. Co-organized by the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles and the Haggerty Museum of Art, Milwaukee.

    Introduction and Panel 1: The Stuff of Fantasy · Alexandra Alvis, “The Idea of the ‘Medieval’ Book in Magic: The Gathering” · Francesco Bernuzzi, “Heraldry and Fantasy Fiction” · Kristine M. Larsen, “Images of the Alchemical Laboratorium in the Medievalist World of The Witcher”

    This symposium was presented Online on Friday, September 9, 2022.

    Watch the symposium playlist:

    Subscribe to the Getty Museum YouTube channel:

    #GettyMuseum #…

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    Tagged with education

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