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The Zettelkasten method is a personal strategic process for note-taking, thinking and writing. Use the Zettelkasten method to write smart notes and develop new ideas.
A networked note-taking method to help you remember more and write better
A German author of more than 70 books and 400 academic articles got so much done because of his pioneering system called Zettelkasten.
Zakk Fleischmann provides a step-by-step guide to creating publication-ready text out of notes and highlights.
Using a Zettelkasten helps you make connections between notes, improving learning and memory.
A Zettelkasten is a device to extend your mind and memory so you can work with texts efficiently and never forget things again. Both permanent storage and interconnectedness are necessary to use the…
Luhmann wrote over 70 books and more than 400 scholarly articles using the Zettelkasten notetaking method.
Writing your first Zettelkasten note is intimidating. Most of the resources on Zettelkasten are principle-based, with few examples of how…
UPDATE May 28, 2021: If you like this post, it inspired a short book I just released. Digital Zettelkasten: Principles, Methods, & Examples is about 4x as long as this blog post, and is now available…
Early this year, Conor White-Sullivan introduced me to the Zettelkasten method of note-taking. I would say that this significantly increased my research productivity. I’ve been saying “at least 2x”.…
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