It used to be that there was time for everything and then time sped up. Applications were simple and then they became complex. No complaints there, they are now usually much more functional. Amazon showed up and now we have like a 30 minute delivery window for everything. I am even taking too long in writing this note.
Any suggestions on the fastest way to learn Tinderbox? Of course not all of it but just enough to set the foundation to understand where information should go (meaning complete pdfs, .md’s and snippets from those pdfs/md’s) and how that information can be linked together, and how to change 2 or 3 or 4… settings to get the colors and the visuals in a way to better see the connections between things.
This very moment I have 108 pdfs selected for reading in DevonThinkPro, I will highlight key points in each and then Tools>Summarize Highlights which will create a MarkDown document for each pdf with only the highlighted sections. No problem there. But then I would like to move those MD files with the associated pdf’s into Tinderbox and start linking information to form unified concepts. Perhaps from Tinderbox I will move the results (my notes, select MD text) to Scrivener for a final document.
But how do I learn Tinderbox quickly enough to achieve this?
I am thinking that there has to be 3 YouTube videos, 3 main topics in the Tinderbox Manual, 3 Forum posts that crystalize the steps to getup and run with Tinderbox in 1 day. I don’t want to drown in information by reading a hundred posts here or watching hours of videos where someone talks about their graduate thesis (not that I would not like to but there is no time!)
Can you please help me identify those resources?
Thank you in advance for your attention to this matter.