TiddlyWiki

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  1. Pedro

    Pedro Registered Member

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    Anyone tried this?
    http://www.tiddlywiki.com/

    When saving changes, i get a warning, and it's a bit too worrying to allow it permanently. There is a bookmarklet to make more strict permissions, but it doesn't seem to work for me. Perhaps it's NoScript.

    Anyway, i thought some of you would like to try it and share your thoughts on it. I think it's a brilliant html file. :)
     
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    I haven't yet tried it out, but it's on my list of wiki tools to check out. I just saw that it was presented to a W3C session today:

    http://jermolene.com/2008/11/18/presenting-tiddlywiki-to-the-w3c/

    W3C Workshop on Security for Access to Device APIs from the Web

    Also, a fascinating commentary:
     
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    Thank you for that link, kind of funny. :D

    BTW, i figured the warning out, it's Firefox 3 specific.
    http://firefoxprivileges.tiddlyspot.com/
    There is a TiddlyWiki plugin to access FF permissions, and a bookmarklet.

    And there is a FF extension to use it like Zotero - highlight a piece of text on a webpage, and create a note with it along with the link.
    RSS plugin, so many things.. love this.
     
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    Axial, it's friggin awesome!
    You can also encrypt notes, change layout, colors, create spreadsheets it seems !? (holly..)
    I'm trying things out myself, and i'm kind of lost. That thread gave me another nice link, and a good laugh :D
     
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