PTPL 058: Plugin-Free, Intentional Note Taking in Obsidian From Library Ebooks
PLUS How carrots and pipes are the productivity inspiration you need
This week —
How to find what you’re looking for in what’s already around you
How (and why) taking manual notes from library ebooks is a valid option to automated methods
Welcome! I’m Ellane, and this is a once-a-week taster of the unusual, the helpful, and the delightfully mundane, as well as the next instalment of my quest to future proof and simplify my digital-analog workflow.
The inspiration you’re looking for is already here
In this 60-second doc, Xave Lozano explains how he makes musical instruments out of everyday objects. A crutch, fence, broom, even a carrot!
I’m always looking for pipes. If there is a pipe, you can play it. …I’m a musician; I watch for the sound. Everything can be an instrument, because everything makes sound. — Xave Lozano
What’s the lesson?
You find what you’re looking for. It may not look the way you initially expected, but once you’re tuned in to The Thing, your interest, you’ll find inspiration everywhere. Be it a work proje…
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