A Wiki-Organizer
May 12, 2005 9:01 PM   Subscribe

TiddlyWiki A wiki-style personal organizer, perfect for the obsessively organized. (via lifehacker)
posted by BuddhaInABucket (15 comments total)
Built on TiddlyWiki, which is an absolutely amazing bit of code! The GTD version looks pretty handy and a good fit for the Tiddlywiki.
posted by shoepal at 9:39 PM on May 12, 2005

My favorite thing about this is that it's built on the Hipster PDA (from here on MeFi), which my grandfather has been "using" for as long as I can remember. It's funny how one can create an internet meme simply by giving it a nifty name and some bandwidth.
posted by anarcation at 10:03 PM on May 12, 2005

This just blew my mind. I'd known about Tiddly before - but this is a great implementation!
posted by ao4047 at 11:21 PM on May 12, 2005

Lovely stuff. Don't forget to set options.chkAnimate=false; to get rid of the annoying animation when you navigate.
posted by quiet at 2:27 AM on May 13, 2005

Speaking of wikis as organizers, which engines allow (unix style) access control and trees ("wiki.php?node=Reading/Fiction/Humor")?
posted by Gyan at 3:16 AM on May 13, 2005

I've still got to point out that for accessibility and ease of use the hipster pda is still winning.
posted by blindsam at 4:59 AM on May 13, 2005

This is cool - it may be just what we have been looking for at home to help us get organised.
posted by dg at 5:33 AM on May 13, 2005

I don't get it. It's like my years-old Palm but with a clunkier interface and I have to print out cards instead of having them automatically downloaded.
posted by grouse at 6:04 AM on May 13, 2005

Upon reading the comments in this thread, I see that I agree a lot with many in the last one.
posted by grouse at 6:05 AM on May 13, 2005

"all your tasks are belong to you"?
posted by Slack-a-gogo at 6:33 AM on May 13, 2005

BuddhaInABucket: Thanks. I've been trying to remember the name of the lifehacker site. I've been wanting to look there for some info and just couldn't remember the name of it for the past few days.
posted by horseblind at 7:26 AM on May 13, 2005

From a cursory glance, it looks somewhat similar to Backpack in functionality, but is client side rather than a web based service. I'm using Backpack, and even though I'm not particularly overawed by it, I don't see any reason to switch to this.
posted by davem at 7:48 AM on May 13, 2005

Slack-a-gogo - its a reference to the "All your Base" meme

Be glad you're not geeky enough to get it...
posted by stumcg at 8:02 AM on May 13, 2005

oops, that shoulda been the "All your base" meme
posted by stumcg at 8:11 AM on May 13, 2005

I've still got to point out that for accessibility and ease of use the hipster pda is still winning.

Actually, on the accessibility front, you've got to figure that someone with no arms could rig up some text to speech thing for the wiki, but what are they going to do with the hipster pda?
posted by juv3nal at 11:33 PM on May 13, 2005

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