Linked thinking is the organizing of data in a structure like the ideas in your mind -- a Network structure
It may seem complicated at first glance, but it's remarkably simple and intuitive.
Capturing every idea in folders is very bad, because it means more clutter.
With linked thinking, idea capture and access is consistently easy.
Instead of adding to clutter, with links the context and clarity of ideas actually compounds.
You can save everything and still find what you want, even with thousands of pages.
What can linked thinking do for you? It...
Launches the Brain
Enhances Note Retrieval
Encourages Relational, Positional Thinking
Aids in Linking with Pre-built Contexts
Future-Proofs for your Future Self (and team)
Here's a quick example of how it mirrors your mind
Imagine you just finished dinner and you want to eat something sweet. (Start searching for information)
Next, you feel that it's a bit hot so you want something cold. (Modify search based on context)
Cold and sweet ideas lead to the idea of ice cream. (Click link to an idea from connected ideas)
After thinking about ice cream, you remember your goal to eat healthy, so ice cream is out. (Re-discover previous page in context, click link to newly relevant page)
You remember you have dried fruit, nuts, and yogurt so you prepare yourself a bowl. (Arrive at useful, contextual idea)
Learn more and dive in!
Scrapbox -- This tool is great for linked thinking.