My quotes collection

I’m happy to be able to share my quotes collection [<link] with the world (actually it’s not just quotes but also questions and my own short writings, but I’ll call it ‘quotes collection’ for convenience). This is the latest feature of the CommonBook, the digital tool I created with my brother. 

If you have any questions or feedback, I’d love to hear them.

What the link does:

– It takes you to my public notes.

– You have access to my tag structure (as a kind of table of contents and a little glimpse into my mind).

– You can filter my notes (by searching and/or selecting tags in the side menu).

– You can randomize my notes using several randomization options:

shuffle notes (display notes in random order)
one random note
two random notes
1-6 random notes (as if rolling a six-sided die)
random tag (use by hovering over any folder in the side menu)

Most randomization options can be found at the top of the screen.

The randomization is controlled, that is, relative to how the notes are filtered. If you select a tag, you’ll generate random notes only from the notes that have the respective tag.

I use my notes as a resource (and keep only those notes that are useful in this way).

Some are inspirational – they inspire me and help me change state when I’m feeling low.
Some are reflectional – they stimulate my mind.
Some are mementos – they remind me of what’s important.
Some are practical – they have some kind of practical application.
… 

I’ll be sharing many more notes in the future.

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About Dani Trusca

Life-Artist, Thinker, Mover (Traceur)

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