Introduzione all’arte del prendere appunti

Questo post mi è stato ispirato da una serie di letture che hanno avuto inizio con questo post di Novlr sul prendere note. Ho seguito le briciole di pane e ho trovato tanti articoli interessanti sull’argomento. Li ho già postati man mano che li leggevo sui miei canali social, ma ho pensato di riunirli in questo post così che siano più facili da trovare e leggere.

Buona lettura!

  • Writers’ Notebooks: ‘A junkyard of the Mind’ – BBC News
    • “A writer’s notebook is a junkyard; a junkyard of the mind. In this repository of failed attempts, different inks speak of widely-spaced times and places, the diverse scrawls of varying levels of calligraphic awkwardness, lack of firm writing-surfaces, different modes of transportation.”
  • Taking Note: How to Create Common Place with Evernote
    • “Commonplace is an ideal medium for the curation and cultivation of intellectual ideas, thoughts, and knowledge. It’s also a proven and timeless system, tested by folks from a spectrum of backgrounds including authors, professors, and scientists.”
  • Taking Note: An Introduction to the Value of Notes & Note-Taking
    • “Notes are everywhere. They surround us at pivotal moments in all phases of our work, from research to inspiration.”
  • Taking Note: What Commonplace Books Can Teach Us about Our Past
    • “Reading and writing are intrinsically linked on the lifelong quest to discover new possibilities, validate ideas, soak up knowledge from others, and inspire new opportunities for our work.”
  • Social Media: Nothing New? Commonplace Books As Predecessor to Pinterest
    • “Commonplace books functioned as literary scrapbooks filled with quotes, poems, proverbs, prayers, recipes, and letters. Each was a unique collection that reflected the interests of its creator. “Great wits have short memories,” as a Chinese proverb goes; and so their short memories have driven the great wits to keep commonplace books.”
  • How And Why To Keep A “Commonplace Book”
    • “A commonplace book is a central resource or depository for ideas, quotes, anecdotes, observations and information you come across during your life and didactic pursuits. The purpose of the book is to record and organize these gems for later use in your life, in your business, in your writing, speaking or whatever it is that you do.”

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