TiddlyWiki

Two Months ago someone told me about David Allen’s Getting Things Done. Only two weeks ago I felt like googling the meme and I was amazed about the idea. Best part was the discovery of the TiddlyWiki – concept. Besides the TiddlyWiki by Jeremy Ruston, there are also many offsprings, like TiddlyWiki Plus, MonkeyGTD and d-cubed. These are more written for integration with GTD, but I like it for my information-management. Here you see my personal TW, work in progress. TiddlyWiki is easy-to-carry and easy-to-edit.

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  1. […] notebook, but you can also use it as a GTD-productivity tool or for making a website. When I learned about TiddlyWiki for the first time, I thought about applying it to education. Unfortunately, TiddlyWiki has a system of linking by […]

  2. […] notebook, but you can also use it as a GTD-productivity tool or for making a website. When I learned about TiddlyWiki for the first time, I thought about applying it to education. Unfortunately, TiddlyWiki has a system of linking by […]

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