“PKM is a systems approach to dealing with the firehose of fragmented information that bombards our headspace daily. Processes that help to efficiently gather, classify, store, search, and retrieve information that supports work activities and creative knowledge work (idea generation, insights, breakthroughs, big ideas, etc.).”
If you’re somebody who consumes a lot of information in order to create things (and I’m guessing you are), you’re going to find this useful.
Andre Chaperon explains what a knowledge processing system is and shares how you can use one to catalog, archive, and access all the various bits of interesting information you comes across in your travels.
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