Exploring Obsidian as a community knowledge management tool

I'm a bit of an avid reader and have been told I have divergent interests more than once in my life – and I've always struggled with how to log and categorize the sort of various interests that I have and what I'm learning on all of them.

I've kept a reading log in notion, and also added notes in comments, I've built notion guides to learn about a topic and explore, and have attempted to use Rom, but it never stuck in my brain or personal habits.

Today β€” I started exploring Obsidian and really liked how it had a lot of open-source features and was built in markdown, and it had the possibility to embed it in another site and build a sort of a depth of thought into it all.

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