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Thanks for the advice @mediapathic! As for now I am thinking that the best option would maybe still be to keep the zettels in The Archive and my writing in Emacs separetely, and not mix them. After all, handling zettels in The Archive seems smoother…
I completely agree with @mediapathic that this feature would be great, and I would like to see a design solution in which, when one types a character like [ or #, and continues to write a letter directly after this, a list like the following pops up…
Thanks @galen! Yes, please see this thread where I explain in more detail what I am looking for.
Those initial question marks, should have been a smiley. I don’t know what happened. Sorry for the confusion.
Thanks for your input @ctietze! ???? So, my idea is this: When reading an article or attending a seminar I am taking notes on paper, from out of which I in The Archive create a structure note + 5-20 zettel notes with clickable links. Now, when I …
I am right now considering explicitly defining a lot of metadata related to my notes in order to be able to easily retrieve specific notes later on when my archive becomes huge. And I am also considering that I might want to be able to print out sin…
Hi again, You are right, @sfast. Sorry for not being so clear. I was referring to Kieran Healy's The Plain Person's Guide to Plain Text Social Science and Emacs Starter Kit for the Social Sciences. When speaking of Magit I meant this, and Ebib ref…
Hi @ctietze! Sorry for the vagueness, what I meant was how you get things done, going from notes on paper to supposedly writing things down in a calender with reminders, and setting and individual goals on various level. What tools do you use for th…