This is a bit of a diversion from the general look and feel of my feed here, but wanted to share something that some people, notably @paulduplantis , I think, might enjoy.
Being a computer geek, I tend to favour command-line and text-oriented tools whenever possible, On top of that, I am forever (and pretty unsuccessfully) trying to organise the hodgepodge of information filtering through my decidedly info-junkie head into something usable, not to mention trying to dip my toes into various "quantified self" and GTD-like methods of the day.
Over the years, I have gone through a number of tools, including self-hosted wikis, various sorts of mind-mapping tools and software, and some such (with, surprisingly, paper-based Bullet Journal thing taking a bit of a hold). Ultimately, they usually become either too unwieldy, or start to require too much grooming while offering increasingly smaller returns on my time. Then I just get lazy and the "knowledge repository" becomes yet another dumpster of links to check out and bits of text to read and summarise and whatnot.
Anyway, over the last year or so I was eyeing Notion.so as a convenient wiki-like instrument to use day-to-day, partially helped by the fact it was, to my surprise, adopted as a common tool at work.
But couple weeks ago I found this - https://roamresearch.com/ - and while it is definitely in an early beta, it seems to synergise with me very well, and I am actively looking forward to use it more. Hopefully they won't charge through the nose when they go paid :)
Would be delighted to hear what other Cake users think of the tool, and, of course, what and how do others use similar tools.