@nitinkhanna I'm just looking for a thought organiser to use in conjunction with DevonThink. TheBrain would be good, but it’s expensive and Java. I tried a Markdown plugin with DokuWiki but it was too buggy, so I've gone back to using standard wiki syntax. Editing the wiki is definitely more fiddly than some local tools with automated sharing options, but the benefit of that is it makes me think and edit - not just capture.
@canion and I finally get to see your wiki! I love the books page... 😊
I recommend highly that you implement a random feature on your wiki (though I’m sure even then can be implemented somehow; it’s all PHP!) - the kind that webcomics have. That is truly changing the way I rediscover content on my blog...
@canion I love this! Wikis really excite me, for some reason. I just want to cross reference everything in my life, hehe. I’m still on the hunt for my “perfect platform” though. Something cross-platform, that syncs reliably (in whatever form), allows cross-note linking and isn’t too mouse-heavy. Bear notes was pretty good in that regard (texty) but tiddly wiki does let you do some cool stuff behind the scenes. It’s very mouse-clicky though, which is one drawback for me.
@canion nice- I will have to check out this theBrain—I do like the name!! My problem is I am a Mac and windows person and I’d love something that I can use across both. I have devonthink too, and love it, but since my MacBook died a year ago it basically lives downstairs on a Mac mini and doesn’t get much love.