Notecards – physical or digital
My current system for collecting nuggets and wisdom I pick up in everyday life is a mess. I kind of use "likes" on twitter as a way to "remember" good bits, and I use Apple Notes for writing up ideas I get. On top I heavily use bookmarks, with a bit of Mymind mixed in. And then there's this blog, which also somehow acts as a note taking device.
This week I decided to give Zettelkasten a go. Because as much as I find it cool with the hand-written direction Ryan Holiday and Billy Oppenheimer take, I don't think that's for me. The leap is too big. And I feel like I can better express my thoughts with a keyboard in front of me than with pen and paper.
Either way, I really love the software made by the Zettelkasten crew called "The Archive".
Note Taking: Nimble, Calm, Plain.txt
It kind of reminds me of 37Signals, and their philosophy to making products.