Back on 9 May 2000 I wrote about a GNU Emacs-based experiment (of the early 1990's) in personal note-taking and mind-expansion ... a way for individuals and groups to gather and cross-link and organize information more effectively ... a fast, flexible, and friendly hypertext authoring system. It seemed (and seems) to me that three key requirements for such a tool are:

I concluded:

A footnote: I still need a good hypertext authoring system. Surely one must exist by now --- powerful, open, flexible, and productive. Any suggestions?

Wanna guess what I think an answer is? (not the answer, of course --- there is no one right answer)

Hint: its name is an anagram for "kiwi" ...

(see ParaMode and WikiWikiWeb)

TopicProgramming - Datetag20011031

(correlates: ParaMode, 1 Comment on Gibbon - Thoughts Upon Reading, 2008-07-12 - Candy Cane Trail Run, ...)