Wikity for PKM


An experiment in Personal Knowledge Mastery and Perpetual Beta (see jarche.ca)

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My goal for PKM – Find a Community [...]

I should pick a topic I'm interested in, but where I don't have a solid community already. Well, I need to bone up on #NoEstimates anyway, so this seems like a good chance! {{Tags: PKM}}...

 

Interesting how mean the anti-#NoEstimates folks are [...]

I chose #NoEstimates as my PKM community topic because I wanted to learn more about this project management philosophy. I've been a project manager for 20 years, and have prided myself on my own estimation abilities as well as my teaching skills in this area. At the same time, I have personal experience that tells me that we often over do it with estimation, as though...

 

Data As Toxic Asset [...]

I think this is relevant to Personal Knowledge Management. I've already had the experience of saving too much information in my Evernote. Yes, it's searchable, but I am quickly inundated and overwhelmed by the amount of information that I have in certain topics. How do I build a repository that somehow never gets stale? And what have I saved that I'd want to protect...

 

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Settings:: Publishing [...]

These settings are used by Wikity to determine privacy (openness) and publishing schedule. Please note that putting "Open" to "No" is an experimental feature, providing "good enough" privacy but not great privacy. Settings OPEN: Yes RSS DELAY: 5 days...

 

Help:: Getting Started / Day One [...]

Most people find that using Wikity to bookmark is a good place to start. The following video shows how you can bookmark with Wikity. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=66IGbiATzsY Note that in the video the bookmark says 'Bkmrk' but in recent versions says 'Wik-it'. The editor has also been upgraded...