August 1, 2022
 
This is Kei and Kazuki, founders of Glasp ๐Ÿ‘‹

We send you 3 hand-picked good articles to highlight this week. Hopefully, they'll bring some insights and help you develop your career and learning journey. (you can read this online!)

 

๐Ÿ“š This Week's Reading List


Seeing vs. reading by Ralph Ammer (3min)
An ancient feud rages at the very core of your creative endeavor: The rational logical you and its fuzzy intuitive rival are in constant dispute. Many bigger and smaller dramas in our creative process can be ascribed to conflicts between those two different mindsets.
๐Ÿ”— Glasp Community Highlights
๐Ÿ” more content in #Reading



Expression is Compression by David Perell (7min)
Experiences become shareable creations the way tree sap becomes maple syrup. It takes 50 gallons of sap to make one gallon of syrup. So whenever I feel like I donโ€™t have enough ideas to create something meaningful, I go collect more experiences and spend time processing them by writing and talking to friends. If a story canโ€™t get to the point, it will lose the audienceโ€™s attention. The process of gathering ideas and distilling them into a smaller, more compressed form is the essence of creative excellence. 
๐Ÿ”— Glasp Community Highlights
๐Ÿ” more content in #Learning



Knowledge gardening is recursive by Gordon Brander (2min)
Knowledge gardening is one kind of system for generating self-organizing ideas. As a kind of self-organizing system, it canโ€™t happen without some kind of feedback loop. Capture, Organize, Synthesize โ€” one kind of creative feedback loop. But the feedback loops of most note-taking apps are broken, or non-existent. Over time, little recursive acts of watering and weeding accumulate. Useful knowledge grows from the ground up.
๐Ÿ”— Glasp Community Highlights
๐Ÿ” more content in #Knowledge Management


 

๐Ÿ“ฃ Community News

  • ๐ŸŸฉ [Product updates]
    • You can see how your interests are connected visually with the newly updated Atomic Graph. Also, you can search topics from the search bar. Check it out here.
    • You can export all the highlights and notes into Readwise from your browser in one click! Check out how it works here.


โค๏ธ  Gratitude

  • Marco Castellani translated the Ness Labs interview into Italian! Thank you, Marco, for doing that! Check out his website ๐Ÿ‘€
  • Thank you all for sharing and mentioning us on Twitter, LinkedIn, and/or in your blogs ๐Ÿ™‚ We really appreciate all of your support! Please feel free to ask us anything at any time! Also, feel free to join our Slack community ;)

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Hope you enjoyed reading this newsletter!
See you next week ;)

Best,
Kei and Kazuki

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