Organization with a tree structure involves grouping things in a hierarchical format where groups contain sub-groups. An example is having nested folders under a parent folder.
the brain has an organic structurenotes/the brain is a network of ideas. The structure is dynamic and grows unlike notes/organization with the tree structure.How to Create Useful Links with ZettelkastenThe linking feature of Zettelkasten is one of its most defining features, yet, it's the least understood. Linking ideas should be natural for us, but a lifetime of organization with the tree structure has made it difficult to adopt this new form of organization. To make links useful, we'll need to unlearn our old habits. This is an entire paradigm shift, so don't expect it to be easy. Don't group things, connect them The biggest mistake—and one I've made myself—is linking with categories. In oLearn Zettelkasten by Example #2: No CategoriesIntro Blurb In this post, I write fleeting notes on an article titled "Why Categories for Your Note Archive are a Bad Idea". The article is about why categories are limited and how Zettelkasten is better because it's more in line with how we think. Hopefully, this process can give you ideas about how to improve your Zettelkasten workflow. Also, feel free to suggest articles you want me to read next week. My Notes Article Link: https://zettelkasten.de/posts/no-categories/ * Current organizati