How would an off-site reply look here and on twitter? I have no idea yet.
I would wholeheartedly recommend Neuron. I have been using it for a couple of days now and it is a very good tool. It packs a lot of features in its minimalist simplicity and that is what makes it so elegant. Much to learn to be fully productive with it!
Ultimately, there is an irreconcilable incompatibility between the idea of free information and the existence of corporations that profit from its commodification. The battle to make information free is the battle for an entirely different world, one characterized by public luxury—an abundance of commons, and a corresponding dearth of parasitic corporations extracting rent by enclosing ones and zeroes. The open-source movement opens a crack in the economic edifice, but only a small one; if it wants to be anything more, it’ll need to embrace a bolder vision for reclaiming the commons. Only then can it reclaim its long-buried emancipatory soul.
The Types of Notes you include within it. You may be used to writing by topic, or in a linear fashion. In Zettelkasten, the notes are ‘atomic’, making them useable in various categories or topics. The way you write the notes. The focus is on making high-quality notes that are future-proof The emphasis on Linking notes/ideas together. Linking ties the notes together so they become more useful.
“We should all own the content we’re creating, rather than just posting to third-party content silos. Publish on your own domain, and syndicate out to silos. This is the basis of the “Indie Web” movement.”
I chanced upon the world of IndieWeb and microformats while trying to search for a system to publish short notes (neuron is something I discovered in this process). Here is a summary of the research: