One little factoid that has stayed with me, and that seems to appear in every article about the Zettelkasten method, is the number of publications that emerged from Luhmann's notecard treasury: something like 60 books and 400 articles. (To be so productive, I'll admit, I once would have considered doing Faustian things. But short of that, I decided to try out his method and see what would happen.)
Since one of the "selling points" of the Zettelkasten method seems to be Luhmann's own productivity, I'm interested to know what kinds of productivity you all have been able to achieve since deciding to try it out.
Have you written more books, articles, blog posts, journal entries, poems? Or, have you written the same number with more clarity, peace of mind, time to spare, better quality?
I know not everyone is writing articles and books, so the Luhmannian measures of productivity need not be the standard. Mostly I just want to hear about any successes, great or small, tangible or intangible, that you've noticed. (And I say feel free to brag, boast, bluster, toot your own horn, etc.) Anyone?
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