Share ZKM your ZK plans for 13 Mar - 19 Mar? What were your successes from last week?
2022 Week 11
- Reading and onboarding "Paul, Annie Murphy. The Extended Mind: The Power of Thinking Outside the Brain. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2021."
- Exploring Mind Mapping and ZK integration possibilities.
More reading and onboarding "Paul, Annie Murphy. The Extended Mind: The Power of Thinking Outside the Brain. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2021."
The workflow is chunked and staggered. I read for a couple of hours, highlighting and making notes as I go. Then after dinner, I download the highlights and import them into an enormous structure note based on the book. Currently, this note is 4k words long. Then, before bed, I refactor the highlights pulling out definitions, theories, look for surprising ideas, and generally reword the ideas in my language. The plan is once I've finished reading the book, all the notes paraphrased, and I've clarified the ideas in my language, then I'll spend a few days exploding the book note into atomic particles. I envision this book adding about 8k words and 30-50 zettel to my ZK when done.
I want to explore solutions to problems I'm having with pandoc citations
nociteis not working as explained in the documentation. My problem is probably self-induced.
- how do I get numbered of references with spaces between references
Trivia. These are the last dozen notes I've created. Show me yours!
- Hunting for signal words  - Filtering reading searching for meaningful ideas. - Say yes and never do it  - Counter-Intuitive Idea - De-duplicating Lists with Python Sets  - NEAT  - Non-exercise activity thermogenesis - Deep Thinking  - Captured wild spontaneous ideas - Improve Imaginative Thinking  - Global and Local variables  - Asymmetry of Trust  - The power of a positive asymmetry. - Multiple if-else conditions  - Conditionals in list comprehensions  - B-The Extended Mind  - The Power of Thinking Outside the Brain by Annie Paul - Load file into a list 
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