A Commonplace book (or commonplaces) are a way to compile and store knowledge, usually by writing information into books, notebooks, card catalogs, or in more modern settings on one’s own website.
Inspired by the IndieWeb Wiki and also by Chris Aldrich I started to use my blog as a digital Commonplace Book.
So why do books seem to work for some people sometimes? Why does the medium fail when it fails?
Designing media to reflect how people think and learn
Neal Stephenson explains why he’s a bad correspondent and why he chooses to be so.
A curated list of sites with an extra bit of fun.