I cheated on the text editor… and more
How are you? I hope everything is good for you.
There are a lot of things to catch up on here.
• Articles about graph databases, writing, thinking, emotions…
• Videos explaining concepts, giving tips, in a new Youtube channel.
• 4th cohort of the Antifragile Writing course (reloaded).
• And more…
Come and check, you may like it.
On cheating, da Vinci, cognitive load, sadness…
Several articles since the last newsletter. Here are some of them. for more, you can always check here.
- I cheated on the text editor with the graph database
And I like to be open to new connections
- One Thousand Mona Lisas
The variations of expression
- 5 Ways To Avoid Cognitive Load Today by Stopping Goal-Oriented Views in Your Projects
Goals aren’t everything
- How sadness can help us to resolve emotional conundrums and be more creative
Making sense of those blue days
If you prefer videos…
Concepts explained, tutorials, tips & tricks… I’m going to put some visuals on Youtube. There are four videos now and more are coming. These are two of them (yes, I have a different look on each), but don’t forget to check the others and subscribe to the channel.
NEW ANTIFRAGILE WRITING COURSE!!!
Yes, we’ll start the 4th cohort for Antifragile Writing (with or without Roam Research) course next week. This time we try to consider other PKMs apps like Obsidian, logseq, Athens, or RemNote, even when the course is on a multiplayer Roam database. There are spots available and special discounts. If you need one, email me or send me a DM on Twitter. At the hyperlink.academy, of course.
Come on, get in, invite someone, or please, help me to promote it!
A quote to consider…
Wind extinguishes a candle and energizes fire. Likewise with randomness, uncertainty, chaos: you want to use them, not hide from them. You want to be the fire and wish for the wind. — Nassim Nicholas Taleb
A collection on writing and PKMs
I put together all the articles about Antifragile writing, Roam Research, and personal knowledge management (PKMs). Most of them have free access this week previous to the 4th cohort of Antifragile Writing course.