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Life Hacks: Personal Wiki

Who heard about life hacks? Or rather who didn't? Well, not long time ago I didn't. First time I've heard about that from one Hanselminutes, show #18 and later on #43. Today on way to work I was listen another archive show #15 about something totally different. But at the end, Scott mention about personal wiki. Generally, for those that know nothing about life hacks, wiki is one of good ways to store information, notes, ideas etc. Normally that requires setting up some server and wiki on that which makes it less usable, especially when you don't have internet connection at the moment. TiddlyWiki, that's what I'm talking about, is one file, fully functional wiki. Yes, that's amazing. From a single HTML file with some JavaScript you get fully functional wiki, editor, menu, animation etc. And it's brilliant. I loved it from the very first moment. Now I can take my all stuff with me and use it everywhere. Just from memory stick. Have to check if it is working on PDA. That will rock.


Posted 06-14-2007 12:39 PM by Jimmy
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