@ton Just sharing another tool I came across, as I know you had mentioned looking for an open-source tool similar to Obsidian. This one appears interesting as it still keeps some hierarchy and folder structure as well, and I noticed here you mention a hierarchical structure.


Quite interesting this seeming Cambrian explosion of tools for thought right now...


@neil thanks! Just posted my description of the -networked- part of my note taking, the actual reason I started using Obsidian. I see Dendron adds hierarchy by using naming conventions. That doesn't appeal to me at all, smacks of the Dewey decimal system, and ultimately everything ending up in '999miscellaneous', or the alt. usenet category. Whereas to me, as per Weinberger, everything *starts as* misc and its place in the scheme of things is emergent.

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