2 Avoid orphan questions:Avoid orphan questions:1 Don't share decks:The challenges of using Anki to store facts about friends and family:More patterns of Anki usePart I: How to remember almost anything: the Anki systemAugmenting Long-term Memory2020-09-24Journal1 Don't share decks:2 Don't share decks:3 Don't share decks:4 Don't share decks:5 Don't share decks:6 Don't share decks:7 Don't share decks:8 Don't share decks:9 Don't share decks:10 Don't share decks:11 Don't share decks:2 Avoid orphan questions:Don't share decks: I'm often asked whether I'd be willing to share my Anki decks. I'm not. Very early on I realized it would be very useful to put personal information in Anki. I don't mean anything terribly personal – I'd never put deep, dark secrets in there. Nor do I put anything requiring security, like passwords. But I do put some things I wouldn't sling about casually. As an example, I've a (very short!) list of superficially charming and impressive colleagues who I would never work with, because I've consistently seen them treat other people badly. It's helpful to Ankify some details of that treatment, so I can clearly remember why that person should be avoided. This isn't the kind of information that is right to spread casually: I may have misinterpreted the other person's actions, or have misunderstood the context they were operating in. But it's personally useful for me to have in Anki. Continue reading… Index 1 Don't share decks: 2 Don't share decks: 3 Don't share decks: 4 Don't share decks: 5 Don't share decks: 6 Don't share decks: 7 Don't share decks: 8 Don't share decks: 9 Don't share decks: 10 Don't share decks: 11 Don't share decks: Continue reading…