Notes extend our minds. They offload our memories and allow us to think through complex issues. People have amplified their cognition using notes for a long time. But something is new: the hyperlink. Mindfully linked notes create networks that extend our minds in powerful new ways.
Duly Noted shows you tools, practices, and frameworks for thinking more effectively with notes. You’ll learn to capture insights when they come and recall them later in contexts where they make a difference. You’ll become a better reader, writer, learner, teacher, parent, worker — a better human.
New book coming in 2023
🌱 Selected topics
- Capture ideas more effectively
- Build and steward a personal knowledge garden
- Establish good note-taking habits
📚 Related resources
- Building a Personal Knowledge Garden — Workshop with Karl Fast (April 2022)
- Power of Ten podcast ep. 22: Information Gardens
- The Informed Life podcast
- Duly Noted on RosenfeldMedia.com
🤓 The author
Jorge Arango is an information architect and educator. He’s the author of Living in Information: Responsible Design for Digital Places (Two Waves, 2018), co-author of Information Architecture: for the Web and Beyond (O’Reilly, 2015), and host of The Informed Life podcast. Besides consulting, writing, and podcasting, Jorge also teaches at the California College of the Arts.
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