Logseg publish exist too, and it's free. I haven't tried it.
The question for me is: what do I need to see to believe that taking notes (and elaborate on them) is beneficial?
We have one outlier, Luhman, and ... well the entirety 'productivity' web (is this a hipster thing?) who are into it. But are they productive?
How much effort is it to keep notes?
Who is measuring this?
40 was questioning this a few pages back, loll. RE the productivity.
Being beneficial? You can look at it in different ways. I have been notetaking rather heavily since the late 90s. I can tell you a lot of it is just dealing with my own anxiety/stresses and it is therapeutic in that sense. I argue with myself in my writings until I come to a conclusion. Reading it later is not the greatest thing, it is mostly rambling.
But then I have curated notes, more along the lines of Luhman and zettel. And those definitely are productive, as they lead to tangible results. Like writing a finished book. Or using the ideas to put together some other deliverable....a project, a script, etc. I write all the steps out.
I don't think overall all the notetaking is very productive. There is an element of OCD going on here. A lot of paralysis by analysis. So I am aware of that, and am always trying to be more reasonable with my approach so I'm not just doing OCD things.
Overall, I find great value to the practice of notetaking. But only if it leads to a finished result, or towards a stated goal that can be accomplished in the short term. Other than that, I feel like I'm in OCD territory.