Hi all from Perth Western Australia - a toasty 41C (106F) down here today - it was a dry heat though.
Loqseq looks OK so far - I’ve had a go at quite a few apps/tools over the years, but without enormous success - I’m a bit light on attention at times along with about 12% of the general population - LS seems different - I like outliners and I have had some success with Workflowy - I like the journal is the front page approach - it gets you writing stuff - ands its right there when you open the front door - Nudge Theory at work. Seems like there’s a lot of things you can do with LS so a steep learning curve lies ahead - also good - steep means more learning - I am coming to grips with links/backlinks and how they work, slowly, moving away from hierarchical concept is a bit tough for an old boomer like me. I’ve recently discovered Zotero while researching a chronic illness in the family and I note there is some integration with LS there, that’s a feature that caught my eye.
My aim is find/borrow/build a system that assists me to move away from having layers, piles of folders, and notes, files ( incl. spreadsheets!), links, references = info that get buried over the years to eventually sink out of sight - and out of reach of being actionable… The zettelkasten approach looks promising in that respect.
Looking forward to learning more about LS and from the community.