I've enjoyed watching the videos showing the process of, well, processing books. I am curious about people's workflows for processing e-books. I do almost all my reading on my Kindle Paperwhite, which does a great job of capturing highlights but is is a bit more cumbersome for anything more than that.
As a result, my workflow is usually to highlight the interesting passages, download them to my computer through Readwise.io, and then making another layer of fleeting notes based on the highlight. It's not the worst, but it's less than ideal. It can create more of a delay between the point at which I start reading something and the point at which I am in a position to create literature notes from the fleeting notes. The Kindle also seems to add a lot of friction when tracking down the original sources.
I don't think that I would switch back to physical books for a number of reasons (cost, storage space, convenience), so I am curious about how others have tuned their workflow for e-readers.
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