Today has featured some fucking around with org-roam for #emacs which looks like it could be a useful tool for taking notes on things in a linked useful way.
It reminds me of stuff I'd sort of written for bodging tagged notes together years back, but its just much better put together and functional.
I may have a twiddle with it soon to see if I can get it to output its graph into formatted text that can be viewed in a buffer with embedded [[roam:<foo>]] links for clicking on.
Couldn't get company-org-roam working, but I figure that'll be a simple mistake somewhere in my config.
Also pondering how/where I want to locate my data, I mean copies on main work boxes yes but I may make it accessible from my main locked down VM and see if that proves useful.
(may also play with org-web for mobile access - https://github.com/DanielDe/org-web)
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