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TiddlyWikis

I've just watched an cool demo of the power of Tiddlywikis,which build an entire wiki system (think wikipaedia) into a single file. If you have ever felt the need to encapsulate knowledge in a set of hyperlinked documents, but didn't know how to go about bulding something like a website or needed it to be easily portable and distributable, here is what you need. No database or web server is required, everything is already built in. The range of possible applications is mind boggling

  • It's really easy to get started on your own TiddlyWikis by downloading an empty one from tiddlywiki.com and following the instructions

 

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