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Re: [emacs-humanities] How do you keep engaged with your writings?

From: denis.maier
Subject: Re: [emacs-humanities] How do you keep engaged with your writings?
Date: Sat, 5 Jun 2021 18:13:32 +0000

You mean bullet journaling?
That's not software at all, but rather a (mostly pen and paper) note taking 
methodology. You are free to adapt it to your own purposes.


Von: Emacs-humanities 
<emacs-humanities-bounces+denis.maier=ub.unibe.ch@gnu.org> im Auftrag von Jean 
Louis <bugs@gnu.support>
Gesendet: Samstag, 5. Juni 2021 19:24:48
An: Manuel Uberti
Cc: emacs-humanities@gnu.org
Betreff: Re: [emacs-humanities] How do you keep engaged with your writings?

* Manuel Uberti <manuel.uberti@inventati.org> [2021-01-23 01:58]:
> On 22/01/21 22:36, Andrea wrote:
> > Ah, very interesting your blogpost about bullet journals.
> >
> > Is it inexpensive to move your writing from analogical to digital? And
> > what about search-ability: can you find your reviews/notes easily? Or is
> > it a matter to quality vs quantity?
> Everything is indexed in bullet journaling, so I can quickly go to important
> notes and lists. The beauty of it is that, just like Emacs, it is entirely
> customisable to suit one's needs. I keep track of expenses at home, log my
> readings, organise my studies at University, manage appointments,
> etc.

Is that free software?

Jean Louis

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