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What is a Zettelkasten?
A popular yet incredibly misunderstood method for knowledge management that can transform you into a publication machine and a true life-long learner.
No written definition can adequately capture the essence of what a Zettelkasten is, but if you are itching for one, here is how I define it:
A Zettelkasten consists of individual notes where each note represents an idea (or a continuation of one), and is structured in a hierarchical, alphanumeric manner, which allows the author to infinitely branch out ideas, hyperlink them, and accumulate them in collectives that map one's lines of thought, topics and research areas.
For my views on the method and how I apply it to my life, see: