Below is a list of tools for networked thought I’ve come across:
|Roam||No||Yes (via public database)|
|org-roam||Bring your own org-export|
|Obsidian||No||No||Yes (via plugin)|
|Logseq||Yes||No (but plans to)||?|
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Tools that enable connections between ideas and memories help to improve the growth of accumulated knowledge. These tools build a ‘knowledge graph’ that mirror the way the human brain functions and offer the possibility to query it in ways that we typically access knowledge and memories, by context and association.
I came across the idea of a hyperfine village from Lisa Hardy. It’s a novel way to organize your ideas into a metaphorical “village” so you can more easily recall them in context later. Rather than search or rote memory to recall an idea later, you can go for a stroll in your village.