June 26, 2023: How to choose the right note-taking app

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How to choose the right note-taking app
by Ness Labs (12 mins)

  • Choosing the right note-taking app can be challenging due to the vast number of options available.
  • Note-taking styles vary, including architects (structured), gardeners (exploratory), and librarians (organized), and different apps cater to these styles.
  • Notable apps for architects include Notion, Coda, and Tettra, while apps for gardeners include Roam Research, Obsidian, TiddlyWiki, and RemNote.

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You’re Never Too Good for the Basics
by Scott H. Young (2 mins)

  • Basics matter more than advanced knowledge in various domains.
  • Mastery of skills comes from mastering the elemental components or basics.
  • To improve, one should pay attention to the basics, either by changing the environment, setting different goals, or analyzing work after completion.

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6 Reasons Startups Fail
by David Skok (7 mins)

  • Startups fail due to market problems, such as lack of demand and value proposition mismatch.
  • Failure to achieve product/market fit and validate ideas with customers leads to startup failure.
  • Weak management teams, running out of cash, and unrealistic assumptions about customer acquisition contribute to startup failures.

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