TiddlyWiki is like Tinderbox in a browser
I remain fascinated by wikis in general and [TiddlyWiki] in particular. At Fusionary we use [Confluence] and [Gitlab wikis]. I’ve had a number of false starts over the years with TiddlyWiki, but a recent realization has helped me take a serious run at it. (Cue sound of several pieces clicking together)
TiddlyWiki is very much like [Tinderbox], but in a browser.
- Manage a collection of notes * Can automatically collect notes based on various criteria * Allow for different visualizations * Offer flexible searching options * Contain their own macro language * Allow for custom metadata for individual notes
While they certainly don’t offer a 1-to-1 set of features, realizing the similarities has given me an idea for how I can use TiddlyWiki for more than just an occasional experiment. Finally!