Yesterday I had a conversation with Andy Sylvester about the tools I use for my personal process for taking in information, learning and working. He posted our conversation today, as episode 8 in his ‘thinking about tools for thought‘ podcast series. In the ‘show notes’ he links to my series on how I use Obsidian that I wrote a year ago. This is still a good overview of how I use mark down files for pkm and work, even if some details have changed in the year since I wrote it. I also mentioned Respec, which is how I directly publish a client website on a series of EU laws from my notes through GitHub. And not in Andy’s show notes but definitely worth a mention is Eastgate’s Tinderbox.
Kortom, ik wil de vakvrouw leren kennen. Dat die vakvrouw misschien ook nog moeder is en het huis af en toe stofzuigt vind ik minder relevant.
Een tof initiatief! Er worden veel te veel abnormale dingen genormaliseerd tegenwoordig. Meer normalisering en voorbeelden van wat al heel gewoon zou moeten zijn is nodig.
Last week Jean McDonald, Micro.blog’s community steward had a conversation with me about my blogging, our birthday unconferences, and more. My blog’s content is shared to my Micro.blog profile, where it finds a wider group of people, sometimes resulting in good conversations (which next to thinking out loud is a main purpose of this blog)
Our conversation is now online as the 72nd Micro Monday Podcast. I never listen to podcasts, but now have been featured in one.
I also embedded the player below so you can listen to it without visiting micro.blog, but if you’re not familiar with micro.blog, I do suggest to explore it a bit. It’s a service that is fully IndieWeb enabled, with Webmentions etc, making it extremely easy for someone to have their own space outside of the silos.