As a curious person, I always like to see how others are doing to try to learn something. Fortunately, some people publish their notes using Obsidian Publish, a service that allows you to publish your Obsidian vault practically and easily.
This week, I put together a curated list of the best public vaults I've found so far:
- The Sweep by Justin DiRose. Thoughts on a variety of topics, primarily around productivity, remote work, note-taking, and leisure.
- Petrichor by Bryan Jenks. It includes programming and statistic notes organized in a Zettelkasten structure.
- Moby Diction by David Drysdale. A collection of interlinked notes about strategy, research, UX, product development, learning, and knowledge management.
- Joschua's Garden. This is a digital garden about religion, faith, and book notes. It features a Bible Study Kit with linked notes about the Bible.
- louis030195 by Louis Beaumont. A collection of thoughts about computing, philosophy, biology, business, and more. This vault has lots of book notes.
- Walk in the Forest by Anthony Agbay. This vault is a collection of current in-process notes and completed posts dedicated to exploring biology, chemistry, and medicine with a focus on an interactive exploration through programming environments. It includes some cool ideas for organizing personal knowledge.
- LYT Kit by Nick Milo. This is a starter kit designed to get you immediately hands-on with ways to manage your digital notes. It was quite useful back when I started using Obsidian.
If you publish your notes or know someone who does feel free to share with me by sending me a message.
“The first principle is that you must not fool yourself, and you are the easiest person to fool.” — Richard P. Feynman
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