So—I'm going to become more active here on Mastodon...if I recently followed you, Hello!...if you followed me back...Thank you!

In an effort to have something interesting to say, I've plugged my "knowledge management" tools into Mastodon. The practical effect for followers is that you'll see things that I publicly bookmark at Pinboard and openly annotate at Hypothesis. Hopefully that will spur interesting and pleasant conversation here.

By the way, my "knowledge management" tools are at https://github.com/dltj/km-tools — it is a work in progress to integrate Pinboard, Hypothesis, and soon Kindle annotations into my embryonic Obsidian.md database. Side effects include posting URLs to Twitter (and now Mastodon) and saving copies of webpages in Wayback for potential use as Robust Links (https://journal.code4lib.org/articles/15509)

@dltj I love this! Have you checked out logseq.com/? It's not quite as mature as Obsidian but I like their approach and it's fully open source

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@todrobbins Thanks for the pointer…I hadn’t seen logseq yet. It says it is based on Markdown files and integrates somehow with Obsidian, so I’m curious to take a closer look.

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