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Personal Notes​

  • I have this website.
  • Why don't I expand this to make a fully-featured, customizable og-image-aaS?
  • Like positioning background images, items, logos, short texts... fully dynamic.
  • Also, with industry best practices for how to make good OG Images.

Personal Notes on Tools for Thought SaaS​

I see a repeated paradigm in the Tools for Thought SaaS market. They are damn complicating to use. To pull out the most from these tools, you must first grow some skillfulness in these tools and aggregate enough information over a threshold. For team tools, you must ensure this for every member.

It's like when you prepare for an exam, but instead, you try to make a perfect note instead of actually studying. μ‹œν—˜ 곡뢀보닀 예쁜 λ…ΈνŠΈ λ§Œλ“œλŠ”λ° 더 μ§‘μ€‘ν•˜λŠ” λŠλ‚Œ.

For a productivity tool to be successful, you must flow at one point. Tools and infra fade out. You only focus on the content. However, all of the tools on the market, especially some effort to reintroduce the Zettlekasten thing on the web, are just too overcomplicating. Again, things should be simple so that you can immediately pick up and draw something in your mind. There should be minimum friction. I think even Notion is too complicated for personal task managing.

I believe that Roam and Logseq are at the culminating position of this simplicity.

They only have...

  • Journal. You write daily notes.
  • From there on, highlight keywords by adding double brackets.
  • Regularly explore the double bracketed keywords. Write more details.
  • Voila! You realize that things are interrelated in a way you never imagined.

Always remember...

Out of intense complexities, intense simplicities emerge. β€” Winston S. Churchill