EMAIL NUMBER 12
Two things potentially worth your time
Scott P. Scheper
Downtown San Diego, CA
Dear Friend and Fellow Antinetter,
I don't know about you, but I'm an introvert. Heaven to me is a nice cup of coffee, my desk, my Antinet, a book, and yes... even my computer (to write).
Actually, I take that back. Since my fiancé is on this email list, heaven to me is spending time with her. But the other stuff is a close second!
Anyway, I'm writing to you today on the brink of getting on a flight. I'll be busy this weekend celebrating my cousin's upcoming wedding.
But after getting back from vacation last week, spending an entire weekend away from my Antinet is the last thing I want to do!
But whatever. I'll try and enjoy myself.
This week has been a nice productive week of writing. I finished the section in the book that covers all the great benefits of analog systems and writing by hand. You're going to love it.
Also, I want to share with you two things that are potentially worth your time.
Actually, to hell with that. I know these two things will be worth your time if you're someone who's committed to growth and learning and, if you're someone who loves developing your mind.
The two things are as follows:
- New Antinet Video Posted
First, I recorded a new video with a fellow Antinetter named Lane. He's awesome. In this video we go through a wide-ranging conversation spanning several subjects. From digital notetaking systems (and their pitfalls) to life philosophy (aka, Applied Philosophy), to other stuff. It's a long-form discussion. Kina like Joe Rogan's stuff or that evil Russian, Lex Fridman's stuff.
Here's a link to the video:
- New Antinet Article Posted on Zettelkasten.de
Back in late December I received an email from a guy named Sascha Fast. He and another fellow named Christian run the largest website covering Zettelkasten content (Zettelkasten.de)
Sascha asked me to write an article about the Antinet. Almost three months, and like 1000 edits later, the post went live!
I'm grateful to both of them for giving me the platform to share an alternate approach to Zettelkasten (i.e., a non-digital approach. The O.G. approach)!
Here's a link to the post:
I hope you enjoy it.
And if you do enjoy it, head over to the entry on Hacker News and upvote the post so that we can gain more exposure:
That's all for now.
As always, remember one thing:
Stay crispy, my friends.
Scott P. Scheper
"A Man Who Is Trying to Make 'Stay Crispy, My Friends' an Actual Thing"