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How I use new.space to practice guitar
Flexibility for all my learning resources 😔 ➡ 😌
When starting a new project of some sort, my browser tabs start to look like this after some time. I know, not a good look 😔.
That is just the general nature of these things, though. You learn, research, and collect anything that might be useful. Eventually, this becomes essentially impossible to navigate, and, unless you are bookmarking these things, they will likely just get lost or accidentally closed over time.
I’ve been learning to play guitar for about a year. I’m in the beginner phase where my practice is part learning music theory, part figuring out where notes are, and part just learning and playing songs. It probably isn’t the most efficient way to learn guitar, but it has helped me stick with the instrument.
I've kept a browser window full of tabs of online resources for learning guitar—instructional videos on YouTube, sheet music for some of my favorite songs, and whatever else I could find. Eventually, the huge number of 🎸 browser tabs started driving me crazy. I kept losing them, mistaking one resource for another, and started feeling scared to lose everything I had collected. So, I moved it all to new.space.
new.space has given me a really great, visual way of interacting with my lessons and has kept my browser workspace clean. 😌
If you want to see the guitar space, check it out here:
Everytime I come across something great—like an awesome video I found while browsing YouTube—I just add it to a space, and later, when I’m ready to practice, I’ll have a visual reminder of the video. In the past, I would just open a tab and “throw it on the pile with the others,” where it would remain buried forever. Not anymore!
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Till next time, happy sharing!