• Atomicity refers to the smallest, irreducible, building block material. The core concept is that as you build things after defining the smallest, individual elements, then the possibility of mixing and matching increases, thus improving the scope of building Lego like structureLego like structure

    An easier way of understanding Atomicity is by comparing it with Lego Box. Lego Box, contains a set of 'blocks', a basic unit of the game.

    Atomic Concept

    Lego Blocks are the smallest component. You can't break it into smaller component.
    By mix and match, you can build complex components.
    There is a defined consistency/rules, you have to follow those to build stable results.
    There are endless combinations.
    Lego sells it in 'thematic form'. One contains flight, other contains cr...

  • It is seen in 121 Design System, as we start by building atoms – the smallest, building block materials, or in ZettelkastenZettelkasten

    "Zettelkasten" is a method of personal knowledge management used by Niklas Luhmann, a German sociologist.
    It recommends creating independent, Atomicity notes so that we can connect it with other ideas and build new ideas.
    Types of Notes in Zettelkasten
    Idea of having an Index Note

    Related Topics

    Normal note taking fails to connect ideas
    Evergeeen Notes
    UID are not needed in Digital Zettelkasten
    Graph Structure Note making
    Writing the way you think


    Book- How t...
    , which recommends writing 'atomic' note that contains single concept.