High Hopes in NJ, USA

Hi, Glenn here.

I’m very excited to be on a path to implement a Holy Grail of mine for many years. Hoping to finally have a single location for notes on books, articles, tweets, forum posts, podcasts, videos, etc. I browse a lot of this content, but am looking to be able to link similar thoughts/topics across the media types. Especially valuable because I drift through interests over time - classics, tech, science, fiction, etc.

Secondary goal is to unite personal everyday data - insurance, health, and other important papers. Envisioning this as a separate graph in logseq. Currently saving PDFs to Dropbox where theu are hard to recover.

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Thanks for the welcome, Ramses!

I’m soaking up all I can from Discord, Forums, and now Blog and Hub. Thanks for those tips.

Just itemized my goals:

  1. Hard copy books/articles - just interfaced with Zotero (OneStutteringMind YouTube) so this seems like a great start.
  2. Twitter
  3. Kindle Highlights/Notes - looks like ReadWise (in use) will be the connection
  4. Kobo Highlights/Notes
  5. YouTube
  6. Podcasts
  7. Quora
  8. Reddit

Should be fun. I’m headed to look at templates now.

Glenn