In this session, you can expect:
how to outline a thought process by linking your notes
strong focus on a basic method that anyone can use
using links to leave yourself breadcrumbs for how you got ideas
no plugins or themes to worry about figuring out
no obscure jargon
Eleanor Konik studied philosophy and religion before graduating from law school in 2011. These days, she runs the Obsidian community newsletter and spends the bits of time left over writing stories and articles that bring history—and magic—to life. In the process, she also takes a lot of notes ;)
The LYT Conference provides a full—and free—week of practical examples using linked notes so you can take your thinking to the next level.
Attend 15 live sessions on topics such as research, journaling, personal retreats, how folder-based paradigms might complement link-based ones, Zettelkasten, and much more.
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