PTPL 036: Omnivore or Reader-Free vs Paid Read-It-Later Apps
Plus, Logseq and Obsidian's spatial canvases compared, and another PKM newsletter I think you'll like
This week —
It’s okay to take a (short) break from doing your dishes — and clearing your inbox
TFT Hacker’s thoughts on Logseq and Obsidian’s spatial canvas offerings
Omnivore vs. Reader: is paid really that much better than free?
Why my brain dumps feel so much better on paper than they ever did in my (digital) daily notes
Curtis McHale’s PKM Weekly newsletter: this dude gets an A for attitude
Productivity Tips and Inspiration
It’s okay to leave the dishes
You don’t have to do the dishes every day, and you don’t have to reach inbox zero or process your other information-gathering spots every day.
When you know what the non-negotiables are, the very short list of things you must get done in order to keep functioning, you can rest content even when there are dirty dishes in your inbox sink.
Read what Mike Curtis has to say about recognizing the signs that are clearly telling you it’s okay to take a break.
Spatial canvases: is Logseq’s be…
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