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Progressive Summarization: A Practical Technique for Designing Discoverable Notes

I want to suggest an alternative to all the approaches above: what you read is good and useful and very important, you’re just reading it at the wrong time

The challenge is knowing which knowledge is worth acquiring. And then building a system to forward bits of it through time, to the future situation or problem or challenge where it is most applicable, and most needed.

The four top-level categories of P.A.R.A. — Projects, Areas, Resources, and Archives — are designed to facilitate this process of forwarding knowledge through time.

Note-first approach sounds interesting and the kind of thing i like. What does it mean in practice?

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layers:

OK, I like layer 1 - basically just pull in whatever you want, then you come back to it and refine it later. make sure you've got it, somewhere you can discover it.

Progressive Summarization turns the jungle into an archipelago of islands. It reveals your personal information landscape — the unique topography of your goals, values, interests, and pursuits. With a clear landscape, you gain the ability to steer. Toward what you like, or don’t. Toward what makes you comfortable, or what doesn’t. Toward what you need, or what you want. You are the pilot, so you decide.

Yeah, I like the layers approach. Where layer 0 is literally the source text. So that's why it's useful to put the source for articles in the note. Even that in itself, with nothing else added, could be potentially useful to future me.

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