Do you use ZK in parallel to org mode, Tiddlywiki, Tinderbox?
I'm new to this forum but not to the quest of taking notes digitally, on the contrary, I belong to the sad group of people who are continually perfecting their note taking strategies rather than getting any work done (but secretly enjoying the process). That was a bit harsh but perhaps you understand where I am coming from.
I was wondering what the motivation might be to use a Zettelkasten (The Archive, to be precise) in addition to other solutions that might be used for digital note taking in general and, indeed, even as a Zettelkasten. Why would somebody who was even fluent in emacs and org mode (that can be made to do almost anything) embark on a journey and develop a Zettelkasten software for his own use? And why do some of you whom I know as avid users of other software tools use The Archive, too?
I do not doubt for a second that any of the tools mentioned so far can be used (either - or) effectively for note taking but rather my question is: why both and what for? Personally I am using a mix of org mode, Tiddlywiki, Tinderbox and some other programs but the question might be extended to the parallel use of The Archive and any other Zettelkasten-esque software. in your arsenal.
I am not hoping to start a flame war, instead I'd be highly interested in your motivations and personal stories.
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