Fudge Sunday - Zettelkasten End of Year Favorites

by Jay Cuthrell
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Start the week more informedThis week we take a look at my Zettelkasten end of year favorites. Enjoy!

Getting Informed

My approach to bookmarking started with hand editing HTML files in the mid 1990s. Sadly, link rot has not been kind over the past +25 years.🀣

More recently, I’ve been trying to refine my Zettlekasten with Google Keep, Zapier, Slack, Matter, GitHub, and Obsidian while sunsetting my use of Evernote. So, I’d like to share just a few of my favorite links that have inspired me over the past year and helped inform issues of this newsletter.

Obsidian and the Zettelkasten MethodObsidian and the Zettelkasten Method

When Martin Adams shared his approach to Zettelkasten method with Obsidian it inspired me to put in the effort to take smart(er) notes.


The cyclical convergence of technology and pedagogyThe cyclical convergence of technology and pedagogy

When Dr. Kurt Beyer shared this image of his future classroom setup at UC Berkeley Haas School of Business and Executive Education Program it inspired several newsletters this year where technology and pedagogy converged.


Home office aesthetic meets functional creator studioHome office aesthetic meets functional creator studio

When Chris Wahl shared his home office it inspired me to revisit my own studio setup and experiment with several refinements throughout the year.


Contemplating the Developer-Led LandscapeContemplating the Developer-Led Landscape

When Tyler Jewel compiled findings from 500 engagements it inspired me to begin using Matter to read Substack hosted newsletters.


One last thing…

Thank you for reading.

Writing has been immensely rewarding for me.

Shane Parrish


Writing is the process by which you realize what you think and what you understand are two different things.

8:15 AM - 28 Nov 2021


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