How to Take Smart Notes. One Simple Technique to Boost Writing, Learning and Thinking
Why I recommend this book
Sönke Ahrens' book is the one that really got me into the Zettelkasten. It was a true revelation for me after years of trying different systems to collect and organize my notes. I can't recommend this book enough for folks who want to put their knowledge to work.
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