Rethinking MY PKM: How I Organize Everything In Obsidian

Zsolt's Visual Personal Knowledge Management
21 May 202343:31

Summary

TLDR本视频分享了如何使用Obsidian进行信息组织的方法。主讲人介绍了他的个人信息管理系统,包括六个原则和14个组成部分。通过使用文件夹、标签、链接、原子节点、模板和地图内容等工具,他展示了如何在Obsidian中创建一个高效的个人知识管理系统。此外,他还强调了使用LATCH原则(位置、字母、时间、类别和层次结构)来最大化信息的可查找性。

Takeaways

  • 📋 保持简单:每个组件都有明确单一的目的,避免混淆。
  • 🚀 最小化摩擦:使用模板和数据视图等自动化工具来简化工作流程。
  • 🏢 接受现实:对于已有的信息管理系统,如Evernote和Notion,进行归档处理,而不是重新创建。
  • 📂 不移动文件:保持文件位置固定,避免链接断裂。
  • 🔍 应用LATCH原则:使用位置、字母、时间、类别和层级来组织信息,提高检索效率。
  • 🔗 始终链接:确保信息通过链接相互关联,减少孤立文件。
  • 📂 文件夹层级:维持一个简洁的文件夹结构,使用命名空间来组织信息。
  • 🏷️ 标签使用:每个页面使用一个标签,定义页面类型并影响在X-Brain中的显示。
  • 🔗 链接和本体论:使用本体论来描述文件之间的关系,并通过数据视图字段在X-Brain中可视化。
  • 📝 原子节点和转包含:使用原子节点和转包含来重用信息,避免重复绘制。
  • 📌 一致的节选:在笔记中创建一致的节选,如摘要和引用,便于在其他笔记中嵌入和引用。
  • 📂 文件命名规则:使用一致的文件命名规则,如以特定前缀开始,包含类型、关键词和来源,方便检索。
  • 🛠️ 模板和自动化:使用模板来创建新页面和文件夹,自动化某些复杂活动,提高效率。

Q & A

  • 视频作者分享的个人知识管理(PKM)系统的核心原则是什么?

    -视频作者分享的PKM系统的核心原则包括六个方面:保持简单、最小化摩擦、接受现实、避免移动文件、应用LATCH原则和始终链接。

  • LATCH原则指的是什么?

    -LATCH原则指的是通过位置(Location)、字母顺序(Alphabet)、时间(Time)、类别(Category)和层级(Hierarchy)这五种方式来组织信息,这一原则由TED演讲的创始人Richard Warman提出。

  • 视频作者如何使用文件夹来组织信息?

    -视频作者使用文件夹作为命名空间来组织信息,而不是作为物理存储位置。在创建新的链接到不存在的文件时,作者会在文件夹命名中体现文件的类型,如作者名下的'people/author'。此外,作者会根据同步需求和文件类型来选择性地同步文件夹。

  • 视频作者如何使用标签来组织笔记?

    -视频作者在每个页面上只使用一个标签,以此来定义文档的类型。标签还用于在X-Brain中定义页面的外观和感觉,例如'map of content'标签的页面会有特定的颜色和图标。

  • 视频作者如何利用链接来构建知识体系?

    -视频作者通过定义本体论(ontology)来描述文件之间的关系,使用父级、子级和同级链接来构建知识体系。此外,作者通过数据视图字段和Excalibrain的可视化来管理链接,并使用嵌入对象和转录来重用内容。

  • 什么是原子节点和转录,视频作者是如何应用的?

    -原子节点是指包含单一概念的笔记,转录则是将这些笔记的内容嵌入到其他笔记中。视频作者通过创建原子节点和使用转录来避免重复绘制和构建链接,同时在其他笔记中创建一致的部分来简化嵌入和引用过程。

  • 视频作者如何命名文件以便于检索?

    -视频作者采用了一系列的文件命名约定,例如所有MOCs文件都以下划线开头,文件名由三部分组成:文件类型、关键词和来源(如果有的话)。这种一致的命名方式使得作者能够更容易地通过搜索找到所需的文件。

  • 视频作者如何使用模板来提高效率?

    -视频作者使用模板来创建新行或新页面,并自动化创建文件夹和多个文件的过程。模板还包括任务部分,使得作者能够在需要时快速访问相关的任务信息。

  • 视频作者如何使用每日笔记来构建时间层级?

    -视频作者使用每日笔记来创建基于LATCH原则中的时间方面的时间层级。通过链接每日笔记,作者能够根据日期导航自己的历史记录,并查看特定日期发生的事情。

  • 视频作者是如何在Obsidian中处理任务的?

    -视频作者将任务放在上下文中,通过数据视图查询和嵌入的Obsidian查询来跟踪任务。作者在人物、项目或主题的页面上添加任务部分,这样在讨论或工作时就能看到相关的行动项。

  • 视频作者如何进行诊断和维护个人知识库?

    -视频作者通过创建诊断和维护页面来检查孤立的笔记、未命名的图像等,以确保知识库的整洁和有序。作者会定期清理和重命名这些内容,以保持知识库的可管理性。

Outlines

00:00

📂 组织Obsidian中的一切

视频介绍了如何使用Obsidian组织信息。作者分享了他的个人知识管理(PKM)系统,包括六个原则和14个组成部分。每个组成部分都有明确的目的和单一的功能,以减少混淆。作者还提到了使用模板和数据视图来最小化摩擦,并接受了布朗菲尔德现实,即在现有信息管理系统中存储信息。此外,作者强调避免移动文件以防止链接断裂,并应用了Latch方法来提高信息的可查找性。最后,作者强调了链接的重要性,以确保信息之间的连接。

05:02

📁 文件夹层次结构和同步

作者展示了他的文件夹层次结构,并解释了如何使用文件夹来管理同步设置。他提到了如何通过命名约定来组织文件夹,并使用年份和月份来标记项目文件夹。此外,作者还讨论了如何通过Obsidian同步设置来排除特定文件夹,并使用标签来定义页面的外观和感觉。

10:04

🏷️ 标签的使用和配置

作者解释了他如何为每个页面使用一个标签,并使用Excalibrain来定义页面的外观。他展示了如何通过标签来分类和查找信息,并讨论了如何使用标签来创建视觉提示。此外,作者还提到了他如何将标签与Excalibrain中的不同思考类型相对应,并如何使用颜色方案来组织信息。

15:06

🔗 链接的使用和ontology

作者讨论了如何在Obsidian中使用链接来创建知识图谱,并解释了如何使用ontology来描述文件之间的关系。他展示了如何使用数据视图字段和Excalibrain来可视化链接,并讨论了如何使用嵌入对象来创建链接。此外,作者还提到了他如何使用原子节点和transclusion来重用信息,并如何通过创建一致的部分来简化嵌入和引用过程。

20:08

📝 笔记的创建和文件命名约定

作者分享了他如何创建笔记和使用文件命名约定来组织信息。他讨论了如何使用模板来创建新文件和文件夹,并解释了如何使用数据视图查询和嵌入的Obsidian查询来管理任务。此外,作者还提到了他如何使用标签来提醒自己需要与他人讨论或等待回复的事项。

25:09

🗺️ 利用地理标签和日常笔记

作者介绍了如何使用地理标签和日常笔记来组织信息。他展示了如何使用地图视图插件来标记位置,并讨论了如何通过日常笔记来创建时间层次结构。此外,作者还解释了如何将任务放在上下文中,并使用数据视图字段来管理任务。

30:09

🛠️ 诊断和维护

作者讨论了如何使用诊断和维护页面来管理Obsidian中的信息。他展示了如何查看孤立的笔记和未命名的图像,并解释了如何清理和组织这些内容。此外,作者还提到了他如何使用动态列表和嵌入式查询来管理信息,并如何通过各种工具和组件来确保信息的有序排列。

Mindmap

Keywords

💡Obsidian

Obsidian是一款知识管理和笔记软件,用户可以通过它来组织和链接信息,创建个人知识库。在视频中,作者分享了他如何使用Obsidian来组织一切信息,包括文件夹结构、标签系统、链接方式等。

💡个人知识管理(PKM)

个人知识管理(Personal Knowledge Management,简称PKM)是指个人如何收集、整理、分享和利用知识以达到提高工作效率和学习效果的目的。视频中,作者讨论了他的PKM系统的设计和运作方式。

💡链接(Linking)

链接是Obsidian中的一项核心功能,它允许用户在笔记之间创建关联,形成一个互相连接的知识网络。在视频中,作者强调了链接的重要性,并介绍了他是如何在他的笔记中使用链接来建立联系的。

💡文件夹结构(Folder Hierarchy)

文件夹结构是指在文件系统中组织文件和文件夹的方式,它可以帮助用户更有效地管理和访问文件。在视频中,作者展示了他的文件夹结构,并解释了如何通过这种方式来组织他的笔记和信息。

💡标签(Tags)

标签是一种用来标记和分类信息的工具,用户可以通过标签来快速找到相关的笔记或文件。在视频中,作者讨论了他如何使用标签来给每个文档一个类型,并在X思维脑图中定义页面的外观和风格。

💡原子节点(Atomic Nodes)

原子节点是指在笔记和信息管理中不可再分的基本单位。在视频中,作者提到了他如何通过使用原子节点和转录(transclusion)来重用内容,避免重复绘制,并在笔记之间创建链接。

💡数据视图(Data View)

数据视图是Obsidian中的一项功能,它允许用户以表格的形式查看和查询笔记中的信息。在视频中,作者介绍了他如何使用数据视图来创建和查看任务列表,以及如何将任务放在上下文中。

💡时间层次结构(Time Hierarchy)

时间层次结构是指根据时间顺序组织信息的方法。在视频中,作者讨论了他是如何使用每日笔记来创建基于LATCH(位置、字母、时间、类别、层次结构)的时间层次结构,并通过地理标签(geotags)来组织信息。

💡LATCH

LATCH是一种信息组织原则,代表位置(Location)、字母(Alphabet)、时间(Time)、类别(Category)和层次结构(Hierarchy)。在视频中,作者解释了他是如何应用LATCH原则来最大化信息的可查找性。

💡动态列表(Dynamic Lists)

动态列表是一种可以自动更新的列表,它根据特定条件或查询结果来显示条目。在视频中,作者讨论了他如何使用Obsidian的动态列表功能,以及如何将任务放在需要它们时的上下文中。

💡诊断和维护(Diagnostics and Maintenance)

诊断和维护是指对系统或组织结构进行检查和修正的过程,以确保其正常运行并优化性能。在视频中,作者介绍了他如何使用Obsidian的特定页面来检查孤立的笔记和未命名的图像等,以维护他的PKM系统。

Highlights

介绍了如何使用Obsidian进行信息组织

分享了个人的知识管理(PCM)系统六个原则

展示了14个系统组件以及各自的实例

讨论了如何通过模板和数据视图减少摩擦

解释了如何接受并处理现有的信息管理系统(Brownfield reality)

强调了避免移动文件以防止链接断裂的重要性

介绍了使用LATCH(位置、字母、时间、类别和层级)方法来提高信息检索能力

讨论了链接的重要性以及如何通过链接提高信息的可查找性

分享了如何使用文件夹和命名空间来组织信息

讨论了如何通过标签来定义文档类型并影响X-Brain中页面的外观

介绍了如何使用本体论(Ontology)来描述文件之间的关系

讨论了如何通过原子节点和转录来重用信息

分享了文件命名约定以及如何通过自动化工具来简化查找过程

介绍了如何使用每日笔记来创建基于时间的层级结构

讨论了如何使用地理标签(Geotags)来组织基于位置的信息

分享了如何将任务放在上下文中,并使用动态列表来跟踪

提供了如何进行诊断和维护的示例,包括检查孤立笔记和未命名图像

Transcripts

00:00

hey everyone in today's video I'm going

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to share with you how I organize

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everything in obsidian this is the end

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of a long journey that started almost a

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year ago when I first published

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rethinking my PKM one and since then

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I've been releasing various videos on

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the topic and now I'm ready to share how

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my entire system works so in today's

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video we are going to look at the six

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principles of my PCM and the 14

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components of my system and for each of

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them each of the components I'm going to

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try to give you multiple examples from

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My Vault

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also the drawing that I'm going to use

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in today's video I'm going to include a

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link in the video description to this

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excalator drawing so you can open this

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and you will find lots of additional

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information

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links to various videos that I've shared

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and links to blog posts and other

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materials so you can really dive into

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the topic that interests you the most

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just a quick reminder the visual

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thinking Workshop cohort for is starting

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this Saturday if you're interested to

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learn more about visual thinking if you

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want to learn from me about organizing

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your information and obsidian this is an

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awesome opportunity to meet with me and

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to work together I'd love you to join

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cohort for

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so now let's dive in and let's start

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with the six principles

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so my first principle is to keep it

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simple

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each component each of the 14 components

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has a clear purpose and a single purpose

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and I try to keep these separate from

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one another so I don't get confused

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about it

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second I'm keen on minimizing friction I

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use two primary tools for this templater

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and data view but of course there are

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some other automations as well but

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automation is an important part of my

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workflow

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third

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I live in the Brownfield reality and I

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bet most of you also this means that

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I've had previous PKM systems where I

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stored information I had my file system

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so I've every time I upgrade my PC I

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store the previous PCS content in a

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folder called archive so this is archive

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in an R Hive in an R Hive in an R Hive

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going back to the 1990s so there's lots

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of stuff

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also I use multiple tools like the brain

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Evernote ROM research Etc and I've

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imported materials from there but this

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means that overall my volt is a mess I

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try to get on top of the categories or

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tags or the folders but it is really

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hard with this Brownfield reality and I

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decided to accept reality for what it is

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fourth I'm keen on avoiding moving files

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around I make this point because Thiago

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forte in building a second brain

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proposes a workflow where you move files

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into a folder for the project and when

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the project completes move your files to

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somewhere else

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I don't like to move files around

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because then links break even in

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obsidian where you get some control

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around it there are some issues with

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moving files around so I place the file

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somewhere and I stick to that location

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even if it sometimes means that things

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don't end up in their correct folders

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fifth I apply latch latch stands for

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location alphabet time category and

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hierarchy and this was coined by Richard

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Warman he is the founder of TED talks

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and he said that everything in the world

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can be organized by these five means and

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by these five means only and the way I

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apply latch or the reason I apply latch

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is to maximize the vase how I can find

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information so I can find information

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based on my calendar I can find the

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information based on the physical

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location if it was force some reason

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memorable I can find it based on

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categories and with the other methods as

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well using latch and applying latch to

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each pieces of information in my world

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helps me maximize findability and

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finally I always link now this is

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something that I've not been always

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deliberate on I looked at how many

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orphan files I have in my Vault and I

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was surprised to see that it was in the

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high hundreds meaning five six hundred

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orphan files and this is because often

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I'm using folders in a way that they

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provide a structure and often I just

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simply place a document with the topic

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in that file but of course that reduces

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findability so recently I've decided

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that I'm only going to place files in my

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vol if I'm able to link it to somewhere

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to My Graph so these are my principles

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and then let's dive into each of the

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tools I'm going to start with folders

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and first of all you can see my folder

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hierarchy here

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it is

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a relatively lean folder hierarchy so

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you can see I have these are my folders

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there are some folders that I would love

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to get rid of but because I don't want

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to move files and because of the

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Brownfield reality I cannot so archive

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the brain is there it has lots and lots

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of files where you can see there it has

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almost

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4500 files and the Thousand subfolders

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so that is a big mess but also Hobbies I

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would love to move on their projects but

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again lots of files here lots of folders

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and I just decided to leave it there it

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is by the way I think of folders not as

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physical storage locations but as name

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spaces so let me show you what I mean by

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that

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so when I create

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a new link to a file that doesn't exist

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in My Vault let's imagine I'm adding a

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new book to My Vault and I want to add

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the author I don't just write the name

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of the author for example Dan Rome but I

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create the author in the people author's

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namespace which simply means that I type

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in and here in search we can actually

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take a look at this so I type in

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a link that starts with people then

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slash author and then slash I continue

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with the name of the author so in this

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case you can see I have a number of

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ghost links so ghost link means that the

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actual folder for the author has not

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been created so you can see here Dan

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Rome or Eliezer yutkovski you can see

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here a couple of Hungarian poets as well

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as some other authors

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by doing this then I create the file or

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when I create the link to the name of

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the person I can

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already give it a type I know it's an

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author even without creating the file

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and adding a tag author to me this is

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helpful

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second I like folders because they help

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me manage what gets synchronized with

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obsidian sync so here in obsidian sync

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settings you can actually

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specify exclude folders so here on my

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Mac I have nothing all my videos are on

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my desktop PC

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there I have lots of folders that are in

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the exclude because for example I

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exclude all the folders with the video

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files and voice files because they are

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large and there's no point in

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synchronizing them however I keep them

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in obsidian but I can ring fence that

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content and not move it around with

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obsidian sync

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and then

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I try to name YouTube Project files and

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other files as well or rather folders

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with a year month date naming this is

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something new that I've started so I

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don't really have many examples of this

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but here you will see that some of the

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folders that are now created recently

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followed this naming convention what

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this helps me with is it gives me a

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chronological order for my videos

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because you can see I have whole bunch

09:43

of files here and sometimes it is a bit

09:45

of a difficult

09:47

thing to find the video however I do

09:51

remember the time when I created that

09:53

video

09:55

and then in obsidian you can set up the

09:58

attachments folder and also the new file

10:01

so here if I come to settings under

10:04

files and links there are these

10:07

additional settings that you can create

10:10

so first of all the default location for

10:13

new notes for me is the same folder as

10:17

the current file which means that if I'm

10:19

working on a topic and I just simply

10:23

write the name of a new file not using

10:26

the namespace then that file is going to

10:30

be created in the same folder if I want

10:33

to place it somewhere else then I follow

10:36

this namespace approach and I type out

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the location of the file

10:43

and second I keep my attachments under

10:47

the subfolder of the topic for me

10:50

attachments and the

10:53

notes are very closely connected and

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this is why for me this makes sense so

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for example here if I come to input this

11:03

is where all my inputs are for example

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articles and assessments and books and

11:09

conferences films if here's for example

11:13

my book notes on deep work and you can

11:17

see here that I have my attachments

11:20

folder which includes all of my

11:22

illustrations for deep work so that's

11:27

about folders now moving on to tags I

11:31

only use one tag per page there's one

11:34

exception to this which is more a

11:36

stylistic thing and I didn't even

11:39

include it here

11:40

but you will see it in the next step

11:43

when I talk about data View and how I'm

11:47

using search so

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for now

11:52

the point is I

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aim to give a single tag to each

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document and that will give that

12:00

document a type so for example if we

12:04

open this page and I'm going to navigate

12:08

here

12:11

if I open this page you can see that

12:13

this is a map of content and you can see

12:17

I have my tag map of content here and

12:21

now if I open xcoli Brain for this page

12:25

then what you will see here is based on

12:29

the tag on the page I'm going to give

12:32

this file a different look and feel in X

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call your brain so all my map of

12:38

contents are with this red color and

12:42

have this icon of a map there all my

12:46

people file so you can see couple of

12:49

people here Thiago Fort and Nick Milo

12:51

are they have this person at the

12:55

beginning all my books have this book

12:57

there then I have ex College Road

13:01

drawings have this painter's palette

13:04

there

13:05

Etc so I use the tag for the page to

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also Define the look and feel of this

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page in X color brain and just to show

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you how I configure this in excalib

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brain so here if I come to excalibrane

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settings I can scroll down here here are

13:25

all the different tags listed that I'm

13:29

using in My Vault with a special purpose

13:32

and here if I choose one of the tags so

13:36

let's look at the Moc that we looked at

13:39

a second ago you can see that I have my

13:42

prefix which is this map emoji and then

13:46

I have the background color and the text

13:48

color specified and I can see that this

13:51

is how these are going to look and for

13:55

example if I look at a person then you

13:58

can see that this is how a person node

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looks like in X color brain I need to

14:04

add these Stacks here and then they

14:06

appear here in the list and finally on

14:09

tags I have this article call and on the

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link that I'm going to include in the

14:16

show notes that will take you to

14:18

excalator.com with this drawing there

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you will find this link and you can

14:23

click on this so back in the time when I

14:27

was working in the brain I had this

14:30

whole

14:31

color scheme of how I used the different

14:35

thought types and these are actually the

14:38

equivalents of tags or the way I use

14:41

them in obsidian and I had different

14:43

color ranges so read the range were all

14:48

the media that I consumed the yellow

14:51

range was for example all the people

14:54

friends family colleagues all these

14:57

purple items were companies or legal

15:00

entities

15:02

Etc so each color had its own purpose

15:05

and then I looked at my graph then I was

15:09

able to understand it immediately or

15:12

understand it much better

15:14

so moving on talking about links so

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we're going to look back to my PKM Moc

15:21

and you will see how I'm using links

15:24

here so or the ontology so the ontology

15:28

is defined here in the front by this

15:34

data view field with double columns

15:37

after it and then I have the link the

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way this is going to appear on the graph

15:46

in X color brain is here if you take a

15:49

look you will see that these tags that

15:53

are here on the left hand side appear

15:56

here as related to examples

16:00

example examples Etc author you have the

16:04

different type of relationship so I use

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ontology in My Vault

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and I use it to describe the

16:15

relationship between this file and the

16:17

next file to me this helps to think

16:21

about why I have that link there it

16:24

what's the purpose of the link actually

16:27

coming up with the ontology is sometimes

16:31

a challenge in ex call it brain there's

16:34

a feature that I get prompted with these

16:39

ontologies so if I type triple double

16:43

colon then this list comes up and I can

16:48

just simply type and we'll get all the

16:52

different type of ontologies I have

16:55

defined and each of these has a

16:58

definition index color brain whether

17:00

they're a parent a child or a friend so

17:04

again here in ex call it brain you can

17:07

see that these are all the fields that

17:10

our parents or children and friends I

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have some

17:15

excluded ontologies of HR there for some

17:20

other technical reasons and I have also

17:23

a couple of

17:24

unregistered ones that I either still

17:27

need to register to make it explicit in

17:30

X color brain or they're just there

17:33

because over time these were created

17:35

anyway so this trigger oh and let me

17:38

just show you this so you can see here

17:41

you have the ontology suggestor is

17:44

something you can turn on and then using

17:47

these features these hot combinations

17:50

the suggestor comes up so if I only want

17:54

to see friend relationships then these

17:56

are all the type of ontologies I can

17:59

apply here that will create a lateral

18:02

Link in escalate brain for me

18:07

so the lateral link just to show you

18:09

that as well they'll look like this so

18:12

everything here the central idea is the

18:16

document I have open and everything on

18:19

the left hand side are lateral links

18:21

these are parent

18:22

links and these are children nodes so

18:26

that's the logic and I use the ontology

18:29

to specify where each item gets on my

18:34

graph linking also

18:37

includes embedding items into the

18:40

excalator storyboard so again let me

18:43

just show you how this storyboard looks

18:46

like so the document we are looking at

18:48

right now so again I'm going to open

18:51

excalibrane and now in the center you

18:55

can see that this is the file we are

18:57

looking at so this is mypkm design text

18:59

links folder ontology Moc zettel custom

19:03

Etc and you can see that all of these

19:06

items that are embedded here are also

19:10

present here so for example here I have

19:14

this calendar icon that's embedded I'm

19:18

not going to navigate to this because

19:20

that will take us off on a tangent but

19:24

you can see already that this icon is

19:27

actually used in four other places so

19:30

it's used in five places so already with

19:33

this I'm making a connection to

19:36

somewhere else where I talk about time

19:38

and calendaring

19:40

Etc but so for me when I embed an object

19:45

into my X call it raw storyboard for a

19:49

topic then that already will create a

19:53

link

19:55

and on the ontology we already talked

19:59

about the ontology bit so we are going

20:02

to take this topic off as well the

20:05

ontology describes the relationship

20:07

between notes and I differentiate

20:11

between parent child and lateral

20:13

connections I implemented with data view

20:16

fields and I visualize it with

20:18

excalibraine here's a video where I talk

20:21

about this in more detail

20:26

then the next important element of my

20:29

organization system is I'm trying to

20:33

work with atomic nodes and use

20:36

transclusion so for example as just I

20:40

mentioned with the calendar item and