[REBOL] Re: Treepad?
From: learned:talentsinc at: 28-Sep-2001 9:57
Yes I have...I really like that concept as well...it's sort of a cross
between a neural net and a mindmap. Another starting point I've considered
is just a series of notes, each with keywords attached. When adding a note,
you could select the keywords from an existing list, or add new ones, and
have multple keys for each note. This could then easily be expanded into
The Brain concept, by building relationships among the keywords. Another
thought is to go more along the pure mindmapping style, ala MindMan.
The thing I like about starting something like this in REBOL, is that you
could actually make the articles themselves text files if desired, and use
rebol to tie them together...that means favorite editors could be used,
externally to create things and then tie them into the web.
Just idle thoughts at this point...I was hoping there might be some initial
work out there to start studying.
--On Friday, September 28, 2001 11:24 AM +0200 "Robert M. Muench"
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>> G. Edw. Learned
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>> Subject: [REBOL] Treepad?
>> As I learn more about REBOL, it seems ideal for creating an information
>> repository tool, similar to treepad, ( http://www.treepad.com ), but
>> easily extensible. I'm curious if anyone has undertaken anything like
>> that yet.
> Hi, I'm thinking about such a thing but no action taken yet. What I don't
> like is the tree concept, it's to restrictive. A net (graph) approach is
> IMO a better way to go. Than it's possible to store one file at several
> different nodes once. This makes live easier as you might use a different
> entry point to the graph depending on the information you want to
> find/access etc. Did you had a look at http://www.thebrain.com already?
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G. Edw. Learned - [learned--talentsinc--net]
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