The best way to manage knowledge and ideas as well as memories and lecture notes: the ultimate digital brain database system.
Zettelkasten is a system for storing and accessing notes invented by Niklas Luhmann. I’m very fascinated by its underlying philosophy and approach which I’d love to take advantage of, but I’m still learning and it will take quite a lot of time to fully commit to it.
- The Zettelkasten Manifesto
- Highlights (by me) on Wtf is a Zettelkasten?
- Zettelkasten on Wikipedia
- The Zettelkasten Philosophy, based on the principles of autonomy and atomicity
- A great explanation video
- Zettelkasten for researchers
- How One German Scholar Was So Freakishly Productive
- Zettelkasten with Typora
Obsidian, a fresh, recent, powerful and intriguing Zettlekasten-centered app.
It’s not open source, there have been a lot of discussions about this, yet it’s arguably the best.
- Neuron, a great open-source app to manage Zettelkasten notes from CLI.