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Friday, March 03, 2006

TiddlyWiki - a reusable non-linear personal web notebook

While searching for a standalone wiki app today I came across this little gem called TiddlyWiki. Seems like a great concept and my experience with it so far is excellent. It is basically a personal wiki all written in a single html file. It makes use of JavaScript for all of it's functionality. It even allows saving and modifying of pages and saves a backup of the old page when modified (You need to accept the security alert). There is even an option to generate an RSS feed file when saving. I'll be using this for documenting a few of the projects I'm working on as well as collecting ideas and thoughts. I'll just create a copy of the starter page for each project or category. Another bonus to this is that if one ever wants to publish one of the wikis to the web it is not hard since one just uploads the file(s) to a site. Kudos to the developers for a great job!


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