Knowledge Management

As part of my retirement, I’ve been revisiting and trying to make some sense out of the thousands of files, notebooks and other materials that I’ve collected in more than 30 years of working in higher education. For as long as I can remember, I’ve been fascinated by the process of creating, capturing, organizing and applying information in meaningful ways.

Part of that process has focused on on eliminating paper as a storage medium, so most of my personal knowledge and information management is focused on refining a digital workflow where I can review the mass of materials that I already have and turn them into something useful.


* Building a Second Brain (Book0


  • Getting started with Obsidian.
  • Getting started with Craft.
  • Expanding my use of Devonthink.
  • Writing with Scrivener.
  • Publishing with Affinity suite.