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other <L>ayout(s): different way(s) to try organizing info
- other <L>ayout(s): different way(s) to try organizing info
- It seems best to model things as they really *are* (ie, to reflect or resemble reality as understood): most useful and memorable.
- by "everything I *have*"
- by roles & goals
- by maturity model (e.g., what are you now, what do you want to become, what is the way to do it, and how can you help others?)
- by "pvsgeer" (purpose, vision, strategy, goals, empowerment, execution, report/review/revise/repeat...)
- by calendar & to-do lists
- by grouping similar things together, including a "miscellaneous" set for misfits, of limited size (separating its contents into other groupings, when it grows)
- by physical order (what's where, garage, rooms....)
- by human relationships (family ties, contacts, and the other org means for each of them)
- by alphabet or numerically?
- by historical outline and related associations? chronologically (by date)?
- By convenience (top main entities an individual goes to frequently).
- memorizable: knowledge by numbers & mnemonics (1 in the sun, 2 in a shoe... to suit oneself) things memorized
- idea/ck: Use the Dewey Decimal system, what libraries use for books, or other lessons from Library Science?
- How to *really* org data, best: combo of these? automatic?: by topics, roles/goals, maturity model, in todos...? Maybe all, & it just grows organizally.
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