This is the last, 5th instalment on Roam. Here I’ll share how I use it. This part will be easier to write than some of the previous ones. What won’t be easy is to keep it short. Here are the links to the previous post in the series: Part 1: what is it, Part 2: […]
There are such kinds of tools which, when you interact with them, an organization emerges that modulates the interaction. That organization takes on a life of its own. The design and affordances of some tools for thought enable the emergence, persistence and adaptability of such an organization. This is the fourth out of five posts […]
Here’s my talk “Better Project Management with Knowledge Graphs” from the Benelux PMI Fair 2021.
And can render the slides from my public nodebook graph.
Personal Knowledge Graphs
Roaming through contexts wit…
It was early November 2020. I escaped for a long weekend to Tenerife where I played tennis for the last time of what turned out to be a 5-month ban back in Belgium. It was over 20°C and sunny, two more things I was going to miss in the long winter of the second lockdown. […]
In my writings on technology ethics, riffing on the fact that so many cool technologies are presented as the Holy Grail of something or other, I have frequently invoked the mediaeval question that Parsifal failed to ask: Whom does the Grail Serve?Chatb…
This is the second part of the series on Roam. The first part was about what is Roam like. If you’ve read it or if you know already, carry on. The concept of digital twin became popular thanks to the digital transformation fad. It’s now amplified by both market research companies such as Gartner, and […]
The first note-taking tool I used was Zim. What I liked most about it was that every word or piece of text in a note could be easily turned into a new linked note. And each note showed backlinks to all other notes referring to it. All that stored as simple text files. Neat and […]
This is the third and final instalment about Evernote. You may want to check out the previous ones first: How I use Evernote, Part 1 – Note Creation, How I use Evernote, Part 2 – Kanban Boards What is left for this post, is to go over the way I look at and use tags […]
This is the second part of the sequel on my way of using Evernote. The first one was about the creation of notes and the third will be about notebooks and tags and my overall approach for organising the content inside Evernote. In this part, I’ll describe how I use Evernote for task management. My tool of choice for […]
I’ve been using Evernote a lot in the past few years. My membership started in January 2010. I had been using Zim for note-taking before that and I kept using both in parallel for a while. It was the synchronisation capability that made me move entirely to Evernote. After using Evernote for a few years […]
One of the benefits of being a regular on Tom Cagley’s Software Process and Measurement (SPaMCast) podcast is getting to take part in the year-end round table (episode 426). Jeremy Berriault, Steve Tendon, Jon M. Quigley and I joined Tom for a discussion of: Whether software quality would be a focus of IT in 2017 […]