Ideaverse for Obsidian

Ideaverse for Obsidian

A Starter Kit to Manage Your Whole Life
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Karen Hume (Profound Journey)
Learner on steroids
1 review
Linking Your Thinking is right up there with Apple as a company that gets it all brilliantly right every single time. Ideaverse for Obsidian continues that tradition and, like new Apple products, represents a giant innovative leap forward in the PKM world. The similarities between Linking Your Thinking and Apple continue in that both of their founders were/are brilliant, creative men. It differs in Nick Milo being one of the most thoughtful, responsive and genuinely awesome human beings I've had the privilege to meet online; hopefully, someday, in person. Thank you for the gift of Ideaverse for Obsidian, Nick and team. 💕 It's my birthday tomorrow and there's no better gift than the huge shot of creative inspiration that Ideaverse for Obsidian provides.
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Deborah Robson
Independent scholar and teacher.
1 review
Quite a few years ago my research reach exceeded my grasp and I began looking for more robust solutions to recording my findings in ways that I could retrieve and use them as needed. That led me through quite a few systems, landing ultimately in Nick Milo's community (I have to call it that, because it is), first through his free videos and the online conference he organizes and ultimately signing up for his full online course to refine my efforts. My own system continues to evolve, and I am getting more comfortable with it. And in short, if Nick says, "Try this," I'll try it, and take away the components that enhance my own growing process. Anyway, thanks to Nick for all the good stuff--on both the technical and the community sides.
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Loes
Loes
Creating chaos out of order.
2 reviews
When I first discovered Obsidian about 3 years ago, Nick's previous versions of the Ideaverse for Obsidian kits (first called IMF and later LYT kit) were how I started to wrap my head around how I could use Obsidian in my own life. Being able to explore his sample vault was a great way to not just discover how he organised his notes and his thinking, but it also gave me some insight in what makes good notes. I'm always excited to play with the newest version and see how Nick's thoughts about and working in his PKM have evolved and developed from the previous version. It gives me ideas (sparks) about what to experiment with and adapt for my own ideaverse. Having seen some previews of this newest edition, thank you @nickmilo and team for the massive value you always provide with your free kit.
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Gene Vann
Gene Vann
Polymath
1 review
Tremendous distillation of PKM thought — a result of YEARS of hard work, effort, concentration, diligence, and refinement. Outstanding. What a triumph. This is going to help me think through my own personal knowledge management workflows; today's release is especially timely for me. Good on you, Nick. Cheers!
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Tommy Williams
@twwilliams
3 reviews
I have enjoyed watching as Nick and the Linking Your Thinking team have created and iterated on this approach, and this starter kit has grown to be an exceptional tool. I'm very excited to see this and look forward to using the long weekend ahead to dive in and learn more about generating, organizing, and sharing ideas.
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Henry F
Henry F
Hello
6 reviews
Another excellent evolution of to Nick's effort to help us all do more original thinking and take control of our knowledge. From what I've seen so far, this new framework is open and flexible and will help me to get back to what's important, clarifying, expanding and nurturing "my" ideas and work outputs. This is not another new "demo vault" which forces you to organize and operate under someone else's PKM or Productivity model, this is the framework for your own personal Idea Machine, it is likely to grow with you as it has for me. Philosophy aside, like all of Nick's stuff (LYT, Flight School, and the workshops) the product is very high quality, well-produced, slick, just opinionated enough, and supported by a team of pros.
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Justin Heap

Founder & Leadership

2 reviews
Note Making > Note Taking. And there's no one more transparent and helpful with a kindness that leads you to wanting to stick around more than Nick Milo and the LYT crew. This is, hands down, the best way to integrate ideation, education, knowledge, and action while allowing you to personalize the entire process. Highly recommend!
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Phil Webster

Indie maker

1 review
I'm so excited to explore Nick's latest offering. I've been following him for a while and am always amazed at the level of detail and richness of what he offers... for FREE! I'm looking forward to exploring his new "ACE" framework (which looks like it might be e next iteration / simplification of the previous "ACCESS" system. And honestly, this would be worth it just for the theme alone, which is the best-looking thing I've EVER seen in Obsidian. Great work, Nick! Thank you so much for sharing this with us all.
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Jon Griffin

Indie maker

1 review
Nick is the best! This is an awesome update, and I look forward to using it. I always felt ACCESS was too complicated, and this looks like a much better workflow. Oh, and free! Get your notes out of proprietary systems... now.
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Matthew Peacock
Looking for tools to make life better
1 review
@nickmilo and team, you guys always surprise me with how much you are willing to share freely with the community. You also help to shine a spotlight on ideas from the rest of the community as well through your newsletter and LYT Conferences. Congratulations to you all for another terrific offering, and thank you again for all your hard work!
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