Use Cases

Keep Track of Your Life

Build a second brain

We’re only human. We cannot remember everything. So we take notes and keep track of our lives.
Sometimes we may take pictures of breathtaking scenery or mouth-watering foods to later reminisce on our memorable moments.

Other times, we may write a diary to reflect on our days and to not forget our past.

We may also collect and keep record of events or passages that may later be useful.

Also sometimes, we may have a eureka moment, and come up with ideas out of the blue.
This is something we should not forget, so we must write these ideas down immediately.

As we pile up a superfluous amount of notes, we may think we can easily find them and refer to them in the future.
However, that is not always the case.
It’s like trying to quickly find the clothes you want to wear in a pile of clothes on top of one another.

If we simply just add pages of notes, it might later become difficult to utilize.
To build a second brain, we need to well organize our pages of notes.
It may not be enough to simply categorize when there are countless amount of notes.
So we may need to store metadata and link related pages to each other to recall them more easily and quickly.
Just like the neural network of our brain, a proper second brain is built.

This type of note-taking method is called Zettelkasten.

German sociologist Niklas Luhmann made 90,000 memos using this method, and based on this method, he wrote more than 70 books and 400 papers.
We can now easily build our second brain using DigitalPage.

Various metadata (date, location, hashtags, contacts, etc.) can be included in DigitalPage, and it can easily link relevant pages. The Artificial Intelligence in DigitalPage also automatically suggests which pages can be linked based on their level of relevance.

DigitalPage organizes the linked pages and visually displays them in “Context” for deeper understanding.

Use DigitalPage as your second brain and recall a connection of past memories through linked pages.