It’s worth thinking about the pros and cons of the different physical mediums and tools you use to make notes. There is one important point to note: regardless of which tools you use, they should not be a replacement for good quality reading, thinking, selecting and note making. The act of note making and the use of tools can give you the illusion of thinking and studying effectively — but it is how deeply you think about things and the ‘what’ and ‘why’ of your notes that is most important, not the pen, paper or software you use.
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