Areas of Interest
Over the past few years, as I’ve read books and written articles, I’ve periodically taken the time to reflect on where I’ve dedicated my attention. The goal is to find a feedback loop that tells me what I’m actually interested in versus what I think I’m interested in. New tools for knowledge management have made this easier to do. I wrote about this in Getting to Philosophy with Roam Research:
That is the promise of Roam: that I could discover and validate the main concern(s) of all my thinking and note-taking. That after a few years of using Roam as the operating system for my thinking, I could take a step back and see what note or handful of notes is at the center of it all.
I expect these concerns will change over time. The current list is presented below, in no particular order.