Zettels and Org-mode
This is mostly a question for @sfast, but anyone else who has opinions is welcome to chime in.
I've recently been bitten by the org-mode bug, largely because a reasonable IOS client, beorg, recently came out. So, I'm playing around with it (via Spacemacs, which I can recommend if you're a vim person wanting to play with org-mode).
I guess what I'm looking for here is tips and tricks for how you integrate your org files with an extant (markdown) Zettelkasten. I don't want to convert my Zettel to org-mode; I am very pleased with the way The Archive and Sublime Text (thanks again @rene) handle that. Mostly I think what I'm wondering is best practices for, say, having a TODO item that links to a file in my Zettel (as well, to specific points/ markdown headers in larger text documents outside the Zettel, for example "TODO rewrite this scene").
In my current setup, I've created a
/org directory inside my archive. Is this reasonable for future scalability? Is there any advantage/disadvantage to just putting my
.org files in my Zettel directory instead?
As well, general hints as to how to use emacs as a writer/ knowledge worker, as opposed to a lisp programmer, would be appreciated. Highly usful key combinations? Interesting minor-modes? Particularly nice markdown-friendly themes? Anything at all!
Thanks in advance!
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