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知的生産の技術

  • 梅棹忠夫 (Umesao, Tadao), 知的生産の技術 (Chiteki Seisan no Gijyutsu), 1969.
  • Use of field note in field work
  • Transition from field note to index cards
  • Use of index cards for investigation
  • Definition of size and basic writing format (so called Kyodai-shiki card)
  • A Kozane which is similar to hipster PDA
  • Chronological order already?

発想法

  • 川喜多二郎 (Kawakita, Jiro), 発想法 (Hassouhou), 1967.
  • Use of indexcard for brain storming (so called KJ method)

知的生活の方法

渡部, 知的生活の方法(新装版), 1976.
  • 渡部昇一 (Watanabe, Shoichi), 知的生活の方法 (Chiteki Seikatsu no Houhou), 1976.
  • Use of index cards for interectural purpose
  • His own episode in Germany. His corresponding professor introduced card system.
  • Use of index cards as knowledge database
  • Episode of a chemical researcher
  • He use index cards to write English-Japanese dictionary
  • He copied whole contents of a paper into index card sentence by sentence.
  • Intellectual honesty

考える技術・書く技術

  • 板坂元 (Itasaka, Gen), 考える技術、書く技術 (Kangaeru Gijyutu, Kaku Gijyutu), 1973.
  • Use of index cards for capturing idea
  • Introduction of 5x3 color index cards
  • How to take reference cards

「超」整理法

  • 野口悠紀雄 (Noguchi, Yukio), 超整理法, Japanese ed., 1993.
  • Noguchi Filing System
  • One pocket rule
  • Magic number of three

Getting Things Done

  • David Allen, Getting Things DONE, 2001.
  • Processing stuffs with GTD (Get things done) method
  • GTD flow (collect, process, review)
  • Great habit of collection
  • Open loop
  • Next action
  • Mine factor
  • Mind sweep
  • 2 minutes rule
  • Set free from stuff (make empty brain, and concentrate to processing)
  • Brief introduction of how to use card for GTD
  • Mind like water
  • Power of relaxed control
  • In-box

Knowledge Discovery and Database

  • Usama Fayyad, Gregory Piatetsky-Shapiro, and Padhraic Smyth, From Data Mining to Knowledge Discovery in Databases (PDF File), 1996.