Projects are what we write for others

Project notes can easily be mistaken for evergreen notes:

To the point where one could be lead to think that they are one and the same. But they're not, and if one's not careful enough, project notes will quickly blow out of proportions. That's because not only they carry many ideas, but they are also written with the purpose of someone else reading the note.

However, projects often connect concepts together.

The situation here is slightly different from since we may need to add some code / use data.

There are different ways in which they can manifest themselves

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The main distinction between notes and projects is that notes have something universal about them. They are irreducible bits of knowledge, and can support many different projects. Projects, on the other hand, have something final to them.

Example of notes that can easily morph into a project:

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