> Knowledge is better shared than kept.
Yes, but if a site like this offered to cache the webpages that i send so that if the site disappears the pages remain available
https://stash.bobbydreamer.com uses Firebase in bg.
One problem I had encountered is. After some time links don't work meaning. The author either deleted the webpage or they have upgraded their site either the link is changed or entire website is shifted.
One needs to be careful in saving links.
Also your example doesn't quite show how I can annotate a podcast, which is (as far as I am aware) your biggest differentiater compared to something like Pocket.
I am a bit mystified, but I am super interested.
It seems everyone and their mother is working on a knowledge management / list curation tool these days—well, including myself (I'm working on Trove [1, 2]). IMO, the key value that has yet to be unlocked (though we're trying to do this with Trove) is layering a community / social network on top of a tool like this—so that it's not just a single player utility.
Always happy to chat / share notes if you have any thoughts on this! (email in bio)
Interesting concept, look forward to using this.
I love the simplicity of the tool. Which means it's pretty easy to integrate it with your own personal workflow.
Great work man.
I use Airr to listen to podcasts. It has a feature which enables you to save the last x amount of seconds (default is 45) and has transcriptions for popular podcasts. If there isn’t a transcription you can request one within minutes.
From there on I share my quotes via email to have them on my desktop(there are integrations with some services, but I don’t use them). Once I have them on my desktop, I will put them into my Obsidian notebook and organize them there.
For your example, I've a directory called resources and it has subdirs like books, videos etc.
Each note is a markdown file with some front matter, including a source. The body is what you call annotations and I call notes.
I've got kortina.vscode-markdown-notes and davidanson.vscode-markdownlint extensions for VSCode.
I also have a couple of scripts for housekeeping: to quickly generate an entry and to create indexes. If you're interested you can read more about it here: https://ognjen.io/markdown-notes-improvements/