tldr: Blog posts for today, cards for persistent thoughts. Store it in Obsidian, build it with Hugo and obsidian-export
also relevant: Why am I doing this
Provide a relatively simple structure to let me use folders to organize information along a couple important splits:
short-term vs long-term
I don’t need to keep all my notes forever! Make it easy to see what notes still need to be refactored into some form of long-term memory.
personal vs public
I want to share some of my notes, and maintaining separate vaults doesn’t work for me. Make sure there’s a designated spot for long-term private notes, but also put new notes in a (private) limbo where I know I need to refine and file them.
|skeletal structures for notes
|images and other non-text files
|Long-term public notes
|spot to capture and process new notes
|Daily journal, some of which gets refactored
|Long-term but private (contacts, etc)
|Long-form structured material explicitly for a public audience
|What I read, watch, etc that adds info to other notes
- Some folders get an
_indexfile describing the contents of that folder.
Added to vault 2024-01-15. Updated on 2024-01-26