MindZip hilft dabei, Wissen zu verinnerlichen. Auf dem Titelbild ist Leonardo, er liest und lernt gerne, er macht Studiennotizen, weil er sie wiederholen will.
Stellen sie sich vor, wie ihr Leben aussehen würde, wenn sie sich an all die wichtigen Gedanken aus Büchern und Artikeln, die sie gelesen haben, erinnern würden und all dies einfach in Ihrem Leben anwenden könnten.
Leonardo weiß, wenn er nicht wiederholt, wird er bereits in der ersten Woche bis zu 70% des neu Gelernten wieder vergessen.
Wenn sie „gehirngerecht“ das Gelernte wiederholen, können sie dies innerhalb weniger Monate einfach in ihrem Langzeitgedächtnis speichern. Häufig schaffen wir das nicht, weil es aufwändig zu organisieren ist. Hier liegt das größte Effizienzpotenzial für 300 Millionen Studenten bzw. selbstmotivierte Lerner.
Wenn sie etwas Neues lernen oder etwas lesen, ist das wie eine Reise durch die Gedanken des Autors.
Wenn sie das Gelernte wiederholen und verinnerlichen möchten, ist es am effektivsten sich lediglich auf die für sie relevanten Grundlagen zu konzentrieren.
Am Beste beginnt man zu verinnerlichen, wenn man bereits beim Lernen eigenen Notizen erstellt und diese in einer strukturierten Weise abspeichern, "ZIP".
Wann immer man das Gelernte in einer Situation in seinem Leben braucht, hat man dann einen Platz, an dem man leicht darauf zugreifen kann, "UNZIP". Aber im besten Fall haben sie dann das Gelernte bereits verinnerlicht. Und dafür haben wir MindZip gebaut.
Zunächst haben wir ein Format entwickelt, um Wiederholungen möglichst effizient zu machen und Wissen mit anderen Menschen austauschen zu können. Die Inhalte in MindZip sind Gedanken oder bessere Gedankenketten. Ein Gedanke kann bis zu 320 Zeichen haben, ein Bild, Stichworte und eine Quelle können hinzugefügt werden.
In MindZip gibt es 3 Funktionen, mit denen der Nutzer die App steuert. VERBERGEN · dieser Gedanke wird nie wieder angezeigt, WIEDERHOLEN · startet für diesen Gedanken einen individuellen Zeitplan für die Wiederholungen und WICHTIG · startet ebenfalls Wiederholungen und sendet eine zusätzliche Push-Benachrichtigung.
Der MindZip Study Coach organisiert die gesamte Bibliothek eines Nutzers und erstellt täglich einen individuellen Wiederholplan. Also theoretisch zehntausendenen von Gedanken aus Hunderten von Büchern, Seminaren, Videos, jeder Quelle. Mit 5 Minuten MindZip pro Tag können sie bis zu 20 Bücher pro Jahr .
MindZip ist bereits auf allen Plattformen (iOS, Android, Web, Chrome) verfügbar. Studiennotizen können gespeichert und wiederholt werden. Jeder kann auch seine Studiennotizen veröffentlichen bzw. die von anderen abonnieren. MindZip ermöglicht es, auch sich mit Gleichgesinnten zu verbinden und zu kommunizieren.
MindZip ist Instagram für brillante Gedanken. Erstellen und veröffentlichen von Gedanken und damit andere inspirieren. Künftig wird es Wikipedia für komprimiertes Wissen. So einfach wie man Musik in Spotify hört, kann man Gedanken in MindZip organisieren und wiederholen. MindZip ist auch Google Analytics für Wissen.
MindZip helps you to remember everything you learn. On the cover picture this is Leonardo, he likes to read and learn, and he makes study notes because he wants to repeat them.
Think about, how successful would you be, if you could remember all the key takeaways of all the books and articles you read, seminars and courses you attended and if you could easily apply them into your life?
Leonardo knows, if he does not repeat he will forget up to 70% of what he has learned within the first week.
If you repeat what you have learned, you can internalize it within a few months into your long term memory. Usually we don’t do it, as it requires discipline and you need to organize yourself. But here is the biggest efficiency potential for 300 million students and self-paced learners.
If you learn something new it is like a journey, you follow the thoughts of the author.
If you want to repeat and internalize what you have learned focus on those essentials that are relevant for you.
It would be the best if you make your own study notes when you learn something new and save them in a structured way, ZIP them.
Whenever you have a situation in your life where you need what you have learned, you have a place where you can easily access it, UNZIP it. But in the best case you have already internalized it. And therefore we built MindZip.
First of all we created a format to make repetitions most efficient and to enable the exchange of them with other people. So our content are thoughts, or better chains of thoughts. A thought can be up to 320 characters, a pic can be attached, tags and the source.
With MindZip repetition becomes easy with 3 basic options. Hide thoughts that you don’t want to see again, REPEAT starts an individual repetition schedule for this thought and IMPORTANT starts to repeat and sends an additional push notification.
The MindZip Study Coach organises your whole library and creates a daily agenda. Out of ten-thousands of thoughts from hundreds of books, seminars, videos, any source. With 5 minutes of MindZip a day you can internalise up to 20 books per year.
Until now we built the whole system on all platforms. You can create and study and everybody can also publish his study notes and connect with like-minded people.
MindZip is like Instagram for brilliant thoughts, you can create and publish thoughts and inspire other people. It will become Wikipedia for compressed knowledge. And like listening to music in Spotify you can bookmark and learn thoughts in playlists. And last but not least Google Analytics for knowledge.
Law #1 Always and inevitably everyone underestimates the number of stupid individuals in circulation.
Law #2 The probability that a certain person (will) be stupid is independent of any other characteristic of that person.
Law #3 A stupid person is a person who causes losses to another person or to a group of persons while himself deriving no gain and even possibly incurring losses.
Law #4 Non-stupid people always underestimate the damaging power of stupid individuals. In particular non-stupid people constantly forget that at all times and places and under any circumstances to deal and/or associate with stupid people always turns out to be a costly mistake.
Law #5 A stupid person is the most dangerous type of person.
A stupid person is more dangerous than a pillager.
Two factors are important to consider when exploring human behaviour: Benefits and losses that an individual causes to: 1. him or herself and 2. to others.
Intelligent people (top right), who contribute to society and who leverage their contributions into reciprocal benefits.
Helpless people (top left), who contribute to society but are taken advantage of by it (and especially by the "bandit" sector of it); note, however, that extreme altruists and pacifists may willingly and consciously (rather than helplessly) accept a place in this category for moral or ethical reasons.
Bandits (bottom right), who pursue their own self-interest even when doing so poses a net detriment to societal welfare.
Stupid people (bottom left), whose efforts are counterproductive to both their and others' interests.
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As a teacher you always want your students to be more successful, better than you are.
When I hire people I always want to hire those people who are smarter than I am.
I don`t want to die in my office. I want to die on the beaches. I don`t have time to spend on the beaches [right now].
If Netscape was so good, why did the disappear? Why is Yahoo to day what it is? Don't believe you'll be good all the time. Be paranoid.
Most of the people have fancy ideas in the evening, but when they wake up in the morning, they go back to do the same job.
As an entrepreneur, today is very difficult. Tomorrow is even more difficult. But the day after tomorrow is very beautiful.
As an entrepreneur, today is very difficult. Tomorrow is even more difficult. But the day after tomorrow is very beautiful. Most people die tomorrow evening
You have to work hard, you have to learn, you have to rely on your team.
We should stop teaching knowledge, we can not teach our kids to compete with machines. They are smarter.
We need to teach and learn soft skills. Values, believing, independent thinking, teamwork, care for others.
I think the internet is going to be one of the major forces for reducing the role of government. The one thing that’s missing but that will soon be developed, is a reliable e-cash.
But all those who used their knowledge in a bid to enact social change saw cryptography as a tool to enhance individual privacy and to shift power from big, central institutions to the human beings who live in their orbit.
Stay away from it. It’s a mirage, basically
If you care about liberty, the nonaggression principle, or economic freedom in general you should do everything you can to use Bitcoin as often as possible in your daily life.
Bitcoin is evil.
Bitcoin is a very exciting development, it might lead to a world currency. I think over the next decade it will grow to become one of the most important ways to pay for things and transfer assets.
Cryptography is typically bypassed, not penetrated.
Bitcoin seems to be a very promising idea. I like the idea of basing security on the assumption that the CPU power of honest participants outweighs that of the attacker. It is a very modern notion that exploits the power of the long tail.
We don’t really know how this coin is created. You can’t have a functional money without a basic transparency. Unless you are addicted to volatile trading for the sake of trading, stay away from the Bitcoin. Thankfully its plunge will be a salutary caution to most folks.
Bitcoin is the beginning of something great: a currency without a government, something necessary and imperative.
The cryptocurrency community hasn’t decided whether they want to be anarchist rebels or to replace the establishment.
So my view’s quite clear. I believe cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin is the first example, I believe they’re going to change the world.
Bitcoin gives us, for the first time, a way to transfer a unique piece of digital property, such that the transfer is guaranteed to be safe and secure, everyone knows that the transfer has taken place, and nobody can challenge the legitimacy of the transfer. The consequences of this breakthrough are hard to ove
Virtual Currencies may hold long-term promise, particularly if the innovations promote a faster, more secure and more efficient payment system.
It's money 2.0, a huge huge huge deal.
Bitcoin is just one example of something that uses a blockchain. Cryptocurrencies are just one example of decentralized technologies. And now that the Internet is big enough and diverse enough, I think we will see different flavors of decentralized technologies and blockchains.
I think decentralized networks will be the next huge wave in technology. The blockchain allows our smart devices to speak to each other better and faster.
Cryptography has generated number theory, algebraic geometry over finite fields, algebra, combinatorics and computers.
If you guys want proof Bitcoin is real, send them to me, I’ll cash them out and feed homeless people.
Bitcoin promises to take at least some of that power away from governments and hand it to people. That alone augurs significant political, cultural, and economic clashes.
Not afraid of heights - afraid of widths.
Cryptography is the essential building block of independence for organisations on the Internet, just like armies are the essential building blocks of states, because otherwise one state just takes over another.
Blockchain is the tech. Bitcoin is merely the first mainstream manifestation of its potential.
Bitcoin is unstoppable.
The blockchain keeps everyone honest, and a whole layer of banking bureaucracy is removed, lowering costs.
Bitcoin was created to serve a highly political intent, a free and uncensored network where all can participate with equal access.
This may be the purest form of democracy the world has ever known, and I — for one — am thrilled to be here to watch it unfold.
Bitcoin is the currency of resistance.