Note-taking in tree-like structures (reminds me a tiny bit of things like workflowy).
One neat thing is that it has the concept of 'global' and 'local' trees: you have one global tree on your machine (usually central place for any notes you want to add, that you can call up from wherever, a little like a wiki index or similar).
Then you can have many local trees that just live in cwd under .mind - perfect for e.g. keeping track of a project's todos (i.e. little code projects for example)
karlicoss of the data liberation project HPI explains how to best store and access data moved from various points in the cloud/web/internet to your drives and why databases might not always be the best choice.
Save your grabbed data without any manipulation.
Let the manipulation happen every time you access/interpret the data.
If you have slices of data (mostly time frames), don't try to merge them on disk but save as extra files and merge on access/interpretation as well.
You can make use of databases for access caching since the last points generate some overhead for each access.
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