I see a lot of people blogging about really clever knowledge base systems like Zettelkasten or a tool called Roam. But that isn’t something for me for a couple of reasons.
Knowledge is one of the most important goods in today’s world. The value of an employee increases with the knowledge he possesses. But the problem is that we often have so much input that we can’t remember everything. Solution: Create a knowledge database.
There are really countless ways to create your own wiki. Be it a collection of text documents on Google Drive or your own MediaWiki installation. Of course, the type of implementation also depends on the technical experience, because a collection of documents is easy to create even for less experienced users.