Do you sometimes skip over literature notes in your workflow?
How important is the literature note aspect to your workflow?
I think that it's occurred to me that my struggle with literature notes, in part, stems from the fact that I'd think it's important that I always use them, but sometimes (maybe even a lot) I feel like I just don't need them.
Just to note, I am an audiophile, so I listen to a crapload of audiobooks and podcasts. That means I'm also typically on the run. While I do sit down and write notes on what I listen to at times (those typically being lit notes), that doesn't happen all the time, and when I think about making literature notes for every instance of my learning experience, it kind of feels like a drag. What I end up doing instead (among other techniques) is bookmark with keywords or phrases and sometimes I'll just rewind those 15-60sec to get a better sense of what I was taking in. By the time I get to writing, it's likely already in zettel format, depending on how soon I get to the writing (or how easy i comprehend what I was taking in) and I typically keep in mind the atomicity and autonomy evaluations to writing them.
Do you guys just find yourself skipping the literature note section sometimes and going straight to the zettel?
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