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Arguably, we think when we write, so tools like Evernote, OneNote, WordPress, Medium and even Notepad could be called Tools for Thinking. But they’re not, for our purposes. Neither is simple linky text, which is a big improvement over plain text.
Tools for Thinking add value to notetaking in one or several dimensions:
Most tools come from one or two of these dimensions; almost none cover all of them. A radar (or spider) diagram is a good way to visualize them (this illustration doesn’t map to the dimensions above, but should):
If we frame the Think Camp to include collective thinking, not just private thinking, then composability, openness and adherence to useful standards should be criteria for evaluating Camp applicants. Mostly, we want complementary smart thinkers who are also doers, right?