Questions around physical ZK and structure notes
After a few months working with my ZK, I’ve had a couple of occurrences where I’ve already created a number of notes under their own block, that should really belong under another specific subject.
In my example, a note about black holes has led to another about black holes merging. These really “belong” under the Astrophysics “section”, where I have a couple of other notes.
Obviously I can just link to them from a structure note, or from some other note where they do actually link without a structure note, but in the physical ZK realm, this means you lose the ability to see where you have big clusters of notes, as the content could be scattered about all over your ZK.
Am I overthinking it?
This problem clearly doesn’t exist in the archive, as I can search, use tags, or as some others do - create purely unique ID’s, that are there just for links and not to denote any clusters of Zettels.
Is this an issue with having to have some kind of hierarchy in a physical ZK? And if so, how do those of you who use physical ZK’s get round this?
Or am I just trying to add hierarchy where it’s not necessary?
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