2005-10-17 17:48 ☼ post

I first came across TiddlyWiki, an experimental MicroContent WikiWikiWeb built by Jeremy Ruston about a year ago, but I hadn’t really paid attention to it until I came across a reference to a GTD variation yesterday. What sets TiddlyWiki apart from your standard Wiki is that it’s written in HTML, CSS and JavaScript to run on any modern browser without needing any server side logic. This is cool on so many levels I don’t really know where to begin other than to say go check it out. There’s been a lot of progress since I first looked at it last year and impressive community of adaptations has sprung up. I’m definitely going to be playing with this more.