How do you guys tackle your "my clippings.txt"?

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  • obsidian-kindle-plugin

    Sync your Kindle notes and highlights directly into your Obsidian vault

    I then upload my clippings.txt to my note taking software Obsidian with the obsidian-kindle-plugin , which takes care of the parsing, removes duplicates automatically and fantastically supports resync! Then I flesh out these notes to Evergreen notes and connect with my existing knowledge (Zettelkasten Method)

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  • kindle-clippings

    A Python-script to extract and organise highlights and notes from the "My Clippings.txt" file on a Kindle e-reader. (by lvzon)

    Python script

  • fyodor

    Convert your Amazon Kindle highlights and notes into markdown (or any format).

    Fyodor (Ruby)

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