The conflicting medical knowledge about diabetes management drives me up the wall!

Seriously!

Some say do low carb (which is what I’m doing) others say WFPB and that’s fair! I certainly don’t eat tons and tons of fat like a lot of people who do low carb, but I can’t help but worry when I swear there’s conflicting knowledge everywhere!

“Eat fruit” “don’t eat fruit!” “Eat fat!” “Avoid fat!” “Keto makes insulin resistance worse” (???) “keto makes it better!” “Fast!” “Don’t fast” LIKE JEEZ :(

I’m currently just eating as low carb (as long as I’m under 50 net I’m happy) and avoiding any added sugar at all, and I drink a can of diet soda/Gatorade zero as a rest day treat, so every 3 days.

It just drives me insane and certainly doesn’t help my stress levels haha. Just felt like talking about it because I’m sure I’m not the only one who’s annoyed :/

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Cycle 437 in the Death Pit: The fungibility of dupes very nearly became public knowledge today when Jean ran across one of his past selves. Luckily management was able to convince Jean that it was simply another one of their "soul-crushing existential crises" and quickly disposed of the body.
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TIL that NOAH did in fact have their own solo video game (as opposed to just being part of a larger game like Wrestle Kingdom or KOC2). It's a management sim so it's kinda impossible to play without Japanese knowledge, but it's cool to know it exists!
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Best note-taking / knowledge management tool for daily use?

I’ve recently came upon multiple note-taking / knowledge management tools like Roam Research, Notion, Typed, and Obsidian for my personal use. Each of these tools have their pros and cons (as many seems to be optimized for professional use).

Have you tried using any of these or have any further recommendations? Quite desperate for a tool where I can organize and manage all of my ideas and daily notes.

Thanks!

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Knowledge management

Dear PMs, how do you manage your knowledge about business topics, like growth, prioritization, etc.? Considering the sheer amount of blogs, newsletters, conferences, Medium, and so forth? I'm interested to know how do you maintain your interesting links (Pocket, bookmarks), how do you discover new articles in topics you're interested with, and any other hack or skills you've developed over time.

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.NET quiz – check your level of knowledge about .NET memory management tooslowexception.com/net-…
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Seeking recommendations for a task and project and knowledge management solution - freelance writer/producer

I’m looking for some help as I’m in a bit of a crisis with trying to organise my work life, owing to a bunch of medical and other issues. I am currently using Things and Reminders and unfortunately a bunch of notes apps to try to keep my notes intact. I find that I move between apps a lot, and it’s become really difficult to know what is wrong and what is right about the system, but I’m nervous that I’m at risk of missing deadlines or losing information. I have a couple of serious medical including one that effects memory to a minor extent. My work is creative - I write, compose and producer in the media and music industries. I’d love to know some recommendations for an app or combo of apps to use to:

  • manage tasks and projects
  • store and enter notes

And that’s basically it... but I can’t stick with a system, and I’d really like to. Im on iOS and Mac... income is solid with my business at the moment so happy to pay for a service if it works and I can rely on it.

In the past I’ve found that my medical issues will cause my productivity system to fail. For example mood fluctuations (especially extended periods of low mood) make my system breakdown because they make tasks backup, or they make me forget to note things. And I’ve tried scheduling and time blocking, but the resulting anxiety when things don’t go to a fixed plan is damaging too.

Really hoping I can get some help from you guys. I’m hoping I don’t make myself sound too pathetic or needy. I’m doing pretty well in a field that’s hard to make it in, but I’m hampered by my own health stuff and I’m really hoping a system, service, app, something - can help me to move forward.

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[hiring] Writer who has experience/knowledge in lawn care, turf management, herbicides, grass types

Budget is about $20/hr, open to discuss or do per word basis.

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My baseball knowledge is casual at best but I love management games could I enjoy this game or is it probably too complex?

I’m an Orioles fan (it’s rough) and trying to watch more baseball but for now I don’t know a ton.

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[Maaddi] - I'm told by 2 people with direct knowledge of the situation that Doug Pederson stood up for Frank Reich when management wanted to fire him as OC after the 2016 season. Reich stayed, #Eagles won the Super Bowl the next season and the #Colts hired him away as head coach. twitter.com/robmaaddi/sta…
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Best types of ways to improve knowledge on baseball stats and management

Any recommendations on ways to improve my knowledge on stats and ways of baseball management?

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Knowledge Management Lawyer

Does anyone have a sense of what the salary is for a knowledge management lawyer? I saw a couple of big firms hiring for this role and requiring four years experience in big law but I can’t find any information about what that salary would look like.

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Internal Knowledge Management roles vs. Outside Expert Networks

Trying to understand the lay of the land in management consulting and I'm wondering why do consulting firms work with companies like GLG, Guidepoint, etc. to source experts on projects if most big firms already have internal employees that do that exact same work? I know that McKinsey, BCG, etc. already have their own knowledge analysts, so why do they still shell out the extra money to contract this work outside for finding experts on projects

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Personal knowledge management / notes apps with local storage?

I’m trying to do better at keeping notes and am looking into options like Obsidian, but there seems to be a bit of a learning curve and it’s still very much in beta it seems, so I’m looking for options. I just want to know that I’m storing my data locally.

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If all schools only teach knowledges that are relevant to workplace skills, business and management, job finding and nothing else, what would be the outcome?
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I have very little knowledge with legal language, but after having continuous issues with the property management at my my apartment, I decided to take a look at my lease contract. I’d say it’s reasonable to be suspicious.
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aye Mr. Knowledge 👏🏼 GET 👏🏼 YOUR 👏🏼 MANAGEMENT 👏🏼 SORTED 👏🏼 please no one want to see these shit TikTok’s on Twitter (no offense to Heidi) Thanks. reddit.com/gallery/mp1rkw
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Hi, I'm a headphone designer with a background in pure CGI. I would love to share my experiences from 3 years of development: From zero knowledge to the pre-mass-production phase. We can talk software, creating prototypes, 3D data management, rendering... my whole day is dedicated to replying :)
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📅︎ Apr 08 2021
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Do you use Notion as permanent storage for knowledge management/database? Or do you use Evernote or Pocket for that matter?
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📅︎ Apr 04 2021
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How to turn insight into action with Personal Knowledge Management!

How often do you come across some amazing insight, a new idea or just a really neat trick?

And how often does it later lead to actual, meaningful impact on your life?

For me, the difference between my momentary hype and the actual impact things have on my life is often huge. When I read a great non-fiction book, say „I will teach you to be rich“, I feel a surge of motivation. Every new insight gives me a dopamine hit and I can‘t wait to put things into practice. And then... nothing.

Or at least very little. For years, I‘d read the book, did one or two things that were very present in my mind after finishing it and then moved on. Later, I would have a hard time remembering what exactly the fascinating insights were about.

Two things make up the problem:

  1. Information overload
  2. Turning insight into action

The solution?

Personal Knowledge Management

**!**I only discovered this some months ago, but I already feel like I have a new relationship when it comes to information & insights.

So to help me reflect on things, I wrote a blog post about it, that I'd love to share with you here. My hope is to find some more input and experience from people further along their journey or to inspire someone to start their own!

In this beginner’s guide to Personal Knowledge Management, I share with you

  • What the hell is Personal Knowledge Management?
  • Why should you care about it?
  • How does it work?

What the hell is Personal Knowledge Management?

Personal Knowledge Management (or PKM) is the way we gather, store and interact with knowledge throughout our lifes.

It developed as a consequence of a new type of worker: knowledge workers. Knowledge workers are people who think for a living. The value they add to the work place stems from knowledge, experience & intuition that they apply to the challenges at hand.

In an ever-faster changing world, it has become the consensus that the individual worker is himself responsible for his professional growth. Thus, personal knowledge management was born to describe the individual counterpart to knowledge management, the science of how companies organise and share knowledge.

So in short, PKM is about how you deal with all the information flying your way.

Why should you care about PKM?

Regardless of your motivation to learn and grow, you need a solid Personal Knowledge Management system to tackle a bunch of problems. I‘ve already talked about my struggle with the first two, but there‘s more:

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PVTV "Knowledge for the Revolution" Patient Management 01 youtu.be/7tNMykt_7pQ
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What is PKM? What is Personal Knowledge Management? youtube.com/watch?v=Q2WBH…
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Azure AD Privileged Identity Management Deep Dive - AZ-500, SC-300 and general knowledge youtu.be/gccgIkR8_a0
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Boys, Management underestimated our advanced knowledge of stonks!
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Anyone with experience or knowledge on Management Discussion and Analysis?

Hi everyone,

Want to know if the MD&A report is mandatory for all companies as part of annual report? Also is it annual or for every reporting cycle? TIA.

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Can someone with a knowledge of prob/stats and portfolio risk management explain to me how two days of volume led DTCC to increase RH's deposit requirement by 10x?

I know this isn't exactly a WSB type of post, but there has to be someone with expertise doing some bedtime reading. Here is a blog entry attempting to explain the calculation.

As far as I understand, the situation is like this. RH needs to maintain an amount of cash (maybe with DTCC, but possibly just separately within RH since they have their own clearing house) that, with 99% probability, will cover the entirety of the cash needed to cover their unsettled T+2 positions. This is generally much smaller than the actual buy volume on a given day because the amount that's due two days later is max(vol_buy - vol_sell, 0). Let's call this the net buy volume (NBV). In a situation where RH is buying and selling in an unbiased way, this would be on the order of sqrt{vol_buy} since sell proceeds offset buy proceeds (not for a particular symbol, but across the entire portfolio).

It seems highly unlikely to me that most of the buy volume on Tues/Wed last week was from cash, and not also from sale of equities. And, moreover, if it was from cash, then in order for the NBV to remain high, it would require a constant influx of cash into RH accounts. Therefore I assume that the massive increase in deposit requirements actually came from the "99%" requirement and a massive increase in the estimated variance of the NBV on DTCC's part.

But the fucking situation is not symmetrical. If RH did suddenly adopt a huge net long position (due to users primarily buying $GME), then the volatility to the sell side becomes huge, but not the volatility to the buy side. But a huge move to the sell side is not risky to DTCC. They want more deposits to protect the net buy side. This isn't modeled by a normal distribution because the only way to keep having massive NBV is for users to keep depositing proportional equity (since selling other equities to buy $GME cancels out).

Of course, DTCC knows this, but it seemed like they had RH over a barrel, and if they could depress buying to limit their own exposure, that was a fortuitous consequence.

Finally, why didn't RH then adopt this position: You could only buy $GME with equity from selling other shares. This would make that user's contribution to the net buy volume zero. It would also mitigate the problem of $GME causing an increase in the net buy volume. And, moreover, it would have drastically lessened the manipulative effect on the markets, allowing people to mostly

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What is PKM? What is Personal Knowledge Management? youtube.com/watch?v=Q2WBH…
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Biden taps ex-Obama official as Interior Department deputy, plans to nominate Tracy Stone-Manning to lead BLM: Tracy Stone-Manning, a former top aide to ex-MT Gov. Steve Bullock, will be tapped by the president to lead the Bureau of Land Management, according to a person with knowledge of the plan. coloradosun.com/2021/04/1…
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What product/platform do you imagine when you hear the tag lines "Content Management Reinvented", "File Management Reinvented", "Knowledge Management Reinvented"?

Not spoiling & explaining the product yet but want to see what you imagine when you hear these company descriptions:

  1. Content Management Reinvented
  2. File Management Reinvented
  3. Knowledge Management Reinvented

We're currently deciding on our tag line and want to be aspiring, but mainly concrete.

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Is MarginNote the Swiss Army knife of knowledge management software?

My original plan for margin note was to use it as the starting point in my workflow when taking notes on my study books, research papers and web articles. Then I’d summarise those notes and add extra thoughts of my own in Obsidian.

However I’m noticing that I’m kind of ok with all of my notes just sitting in MN. Is anyone else using MN as their sole note taking app? Or is it just another cog in your workflow? Interested to hear about it.

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How to use Airtable as Second Brain and Knowledge Management?

Hi all,

Anybody using Airtable as a Second Brain and Knowledge Management?

I’d love to hear your experiences, use cases, feedbacks.

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📅︎ Feb 19 2021
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You have $1 million you must use to start a business. You have no specialty skills/knowledge but strong business/management acumen. What do you do?
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New management claims to not have knowledge of my deposit amount with old management and I'm having difficulty collecting

In 2017 to acquire my studio apartment in Brooklyn NY I paid the following:

1st & last two months ($1895 x 3) = $5,685

Deposit to secure apartment = $1,895

Security ($1895 x 1.5) = $2,842.50

Total : $10,422.50

A few months before leaving at the end of March 2021 my building changed owners and the new management has told me they only have knowledge of the security deposit. I accidentally paid my second to last month's rent (Feb 2021) because I totally forgot I initially paid the last two months so I'm looking to get that back as well as the nonrefundable "secure" fee to take the apartment off the market. Was that illegal?

I've sent both companies the email from my realtor explaining the breakdown of the +$10k as well as the image of the check. They're just pointing fingers at each other saying all info was given and we never received that info.

The new management company is ready to give me my security deposit but at the very least I'm still owed Feb 2021 rent that I already paid in 2017. I've explained this situation and they haven't tried to collect on March so I don't understand why they're not ready and willing to give me back February's.

I contacted The Legal Aid Society today, gave them my information and I'm just awaiting on their call. I have no clue if that will pan out so I'm here on reddit to ask what are my next steps? I'm looking for a low cost way to get this resolved; I'm collecting unemployment by the way.

Thank you.

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Favorite tools for "knowledge management"

Hey all. I've recently gotten very interested in the field of knowledge management. It's got me thinking critically about how we (our product team) can do a better job of getting knowledge out of our heads and into a format where it can be shared, remixed, pressured, synthesized etc.

I'm a heavy Roam user for personal knowledge management. I'm not convinced it's viable for teams (yet). We've used Notion for sprint and backlog management for a while, so I'm starting to experiment with creating "project wikis" for some of our bigger dev projects. This has proven far more effective than our previous method of capturing knowledge related to these projects (i.e. a bunch of Google docs).

These project wikis contain various pages: general project overview, FAQs, atomic how-to articles, links to meeting notes etc. So far, it's been a really successful experiment.

Curious what tools / tactics / strategies others are using for this sort of knowledge management?

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My Personal Knowledge Management workflow

My PKM/Zettlekasten Workflow

Hi all, I've spent most of this past week researching Personal Knowledge Databases (PKD), Digital Gardens, Zettelkasten and the various tools available to bring these concepts to life. This is a very basic workflow that I am still tinkering with. I will probably go through many more iterations before I reach a workflow that I am happy with.

The purpose of my PKD :

My purpose is twofold:

  • To encourage mindful consumption. I want to retain more form the articles, books and videos I consume. This means that I consume less than I used to, because of the time it takes to record my thoughts, but I retain the material better.
  • To boost my creativity. I recently graduated with a degree in Industrial Design an have yet to find a job due to COVID. During this downtime, I want to build up a personal PKD that I can duplicate and connect to projects from my (future) work.

My work flow:

I try to keep this as simple as I can.

  1. Notes from the media I consume are written into Notion, on a page meant for collecting my Literature Notes.
  2. These notes are condensed into Permanent Notes that go into Obsidian.
    1. I use tags to mark the source of the knowledge and what type of media it is. (Ex. #Wired, #Article). I put relevant links here as well, instead of inline, to keep the actual note looking clean. These are usually relevant topics. (Ex. [[Philosophy]] [[Neuroscience]])
    2. I haven't yet figured out the perfect format for my Permanent Notes or a good naming convention. I've read that a proper Zettel contains one single idea and a unique name. I can't bring my self to break up multiple ideas from literature notes into distinct ideas yet, since I don't want to loose the interlinking of those ideas from the source but also because I am quite a wordy person.
  3. Future. Once I land a job and begin working on design projects, I will duplicate the .md files from my PKD to my Work Knowledge Database and add my work notes and research onto it, allowing my personal media consumption to boost my creativity at work.
    1. I don't expect that keeping the personal component of my Work Knowledge Database will be too difficult since in the worst case scenario, I manually copy over some .md files from one folder to another.

I know that there is a lot I have yet to figure out and that I am probably posting this workflow prematurely. I am very excited and intrigued by this concept and needed an outlet for my thoughts. Thoughts and f

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Searching for a Project management knowledge site / wiki

Some time ago i found a great project management website that had content on the tools, processes, knowledge on a variety of methodologies (such as APM, PMI etc). The site had a lot of great content, but google hasn't been able to help me find it, nor is it in my bookmarks.

I think that the domain name may have been a greek god or something similar.

The site was free to use, though there may have been some paid services they offered.

The site design was quite 'busy', lots of options on the top bar and left sidebar and colour coded.

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