Personal Knowledge Management is a free community for lifelong learners and people willing to dive into note-taking and knowledge management.
This community is completely free. You can join to find hundreds of like-minded lifelong learners who are also looking for new ways to manage their knowledge, take notes, and remember what they read. The community has a Slack group, which is the main channel where members connect and interact with each other.
By joining Personal Knowledge Management, you will explore approaches, techniques, tools, and workflows that will help you get better at managing your own knowledge. Additionally, you can explore the founder's blog and newsletter to find useful advice and relevant tips for personal knowledge management.
Find like-minded people:
Inside the Personal Knowledge Management Slack group, you will find hundreds of like-minded folks who also are avid learners, allowing you to build connections and make new friends.
Learn how to manage your knowledge:
By consuming the founder's blog and subscribing to his newsletter, you will learn useful tips and get relevant advice for managing your knowledge, taking notes, and remembering what you read.
Share insights and resources:
This community is great to share your experience in managing the knowledge you acquire. Members are constantly sharing useful resources, tools, and advice.
Members of Personal Knowledge Management use a Slack group to interact with each other. Inside, members explore approaches, techniques, tools, and workflows to help each other get better at managing their own knowledge. It's a great place to find other like-minded learners with whom to share knowledge and bounce off ideas.
On the other hand, you can also interact with the community by using the #PKMCommunity hashtag on Twitter. Here, you get to learn more from other learners, ask questions, and share ideas with the wider community.
Besides the founder's blog, you can also subscribe to his newsletter to explore and stay up to date on learning, personal knowledge management, personal organization, software development, and bootstrapping. Additionally, Sébastien also has some books, many projects, and a section where he includes external links to recommendations for communities and books.