It still fucks with me that no one has an autist note setup. My deep dives into topics are usually 100 books and other media, I don't like bookmarks because websites die and change and information on web is usually unreliable, lacking context or badly written.
Veda's are a different beast altogether, I have real respect for you that your brain can keep track of all that.
I need to write these things down, because then I have to work on something else (some personal stuff or a different hobby) and my active brain forgets the other thing.
> I do have a very autistic system of text files in case you're curious, though these aren't exactly "notes". For example, I have a file called health.txt that records, for every single day since 2018, what time I woke up, what time I went to sleep, any symptoms I experienced, how much exercise I did, and a few other things.
Yeah, I understand, to me these notes/archives/records are important as well.
Having all these notes available anytime I want, with relations and internal links is useful, I can find a particular variation of an equation that makes X task easy is very useful and in the next breath I can find info on some religious idea that is unique to a particular interpretation.
I understand to most people, this is not useful. They digest information with their own interpretation and move on.