Zettelkasten according to Luhmann
This program is based on the working principle of Niklas Luhmann's famous Zettelkasten (slip box, file card system). With the Zettelkasten, you can manage your daily work with (scientific) papers or texts much more easily and effectively. Both the storing and filing of important articles, excerpts and quotes as well as the subsequent use of this collection of texts in order to prepare and write papers are considerably simplified by the Zettelkasten.s.
released on 16 October 2015
git clone: https://github.com/sjPlot/Zettelkasten.git
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