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SRS is an effective way to direct your attention to something in a repeated manner, while harnessing the power of exponential backoff to insure that you are not getting overwhelmed.
Its original application is for learning, but the underlying mechanism is far more broadly applicable and can be fruitfully used in software interfaces and as a behavioral guide
use Spaced Repetition to maintain connections with people
Spaced Repetition can be used for inbox maintenance
use Spaced Repetition to incorporate insights from the things you read over time
Spaced Repetition memory systems can be used to prompt application, synthesis, and creation
usage notesYou can invoke the Roam Toolkit SRS functionality multiples times to set an initial interval you're comfortable withIt probably makes sense to keep the relevant inbox tags on the items to more easily distinguish various inbox types and various SRS prompts from each other
put metadata under the tags for the page, so you can more easily filter prompts on the Daily Notes pages
Spaced repetition systems can be used to program attention
Spaced repetition may be a helpful tool to incrementally develop inklings
The best way I know of to direct my attention programmatically is Spaced Repetition - I use it extensively for inbox processing, engaging with content over time and developing habits.
Spaced Repetition can be used to program attention