[Web4lib] Re: antiquated software
jyorraku at gmail.com
Wed Jun 27 19:54:53 EDT 2007
We have a Tiddlywiki running on our network. We're using it as a
operations manual. It's another way to go paperless/Word-document-less
and make sure everyone's on the same page.
I found this build to be particularly good, since our head librarian is
more hierarchy oriented than that of free tagging.
It lets you structure a hierarchy based on tags.
> If you liked Hypercard, try Tiddlywiki:
> It's basically a Java-enabled, one-page (yes, only one page of HTML)
> There's a GTD version, too: http://shared.snapgrid.com/index.html
> And a student edition: http://checkettsweb.com/tw/tiddlywikise.htm
> In its native state, a Tiddlywiki lives locally, on your hard drive, a
> zip drive, etc. Folks have come up with server-side versions, though,
> for permanent Web uses.
> Fun stuff.
> - A
> Andy Havens
> OCLC: Manager, Branding and Creative Services
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