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TiddlyWiki - a reusable non-linear personal web notebook

TiddlyWiki - a reusable non-linear personal web notebook
There are several methods for upgrading an existing TiddlyWiki version 5 document to a new release. There is a different procedure for upgrading TiddlyWiki on Node.js. Regardless of which method you use it is very important to exercise caution when upgrading existing wikis. In particular, make sure that you keep careful backups of your content – in some situations problems with the upgrade may not be immediately apparent.

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New GTD Tiddly Wiki Solutions Available (d3 and MonkeyGTD) Update: See post on implementing GTD with Tiddly Wiki for an updated version of this page. Newer and better solutions are available! (d3 and MonkeyGTD) Now that I’m working on finishing my thesis, I don’t have time to support this project. TiddlyWiki Guides (Old wiki) From TiddlyWikiGuides [edit] Welcome to the TiddlyWiki Guides! TiddlyWiki is a wiki that runs completely inside your web browser, without requiring a server (or even a web connection). It handles micro-content superbly and is great for managing stuff like your personal to-do lists. This is one of two collaborative documentation projects for TiddlyWiki. The other site is the TiddlyDoc project (which has been down for a while, but is not abandoned).

The Power User's Guide to Google Apps Using just a small fraction of Google's vast application offerings? That's about to end! Remember that old maxim that says we use only about 10 percent of our brain’s capacity? It’s been proven as hokum by modern neuroscience, but we think we can safely apply the same basic analogy to Google: The vast, vast, vast majority of computer users—even those practiced in hardcore nerdery—are almost certainly using a pitiful fraction of all the applications and features intrinsic to Google’s ever-expanding matrix of software code. Sure, a Maximum PC reader may be well-versed in Google’s advanced search operators (Google allintext: “advanced search operators” if you missed that chapter), but we’re willing to wager that even the most curious among you haven’t taken the time to play with more than a few Google applications, let alone explore all their advanced features.

Subversion Server for Windows The proper way to setup an Apache Subversion server VisualSVN Server has reached 1,000,000 downloads and it's the most favored way to setup and maintain an Apache Subversion server on the Windows platform. It is trusted both by thousands of SMBs and Fortune 500 companies such as General Electric, Siemens, ThyssenKrupp and Sony. Learn more... Easy to install, configure and maintain

homedev - software development out of the box Version 1.2.0.0 Released 6/16/2015 This version contains some minor fixes, including: Fix to save the move folder location between sessions. Previously PatchCleaner would not retain you chosen move location. Performance improvements, by removal of redundant code. GTDTiddlyWiki Plus - your simple client side wiki !Bill\n* Go over TPS reports\n\n!Milton \n* Get Back Stapler * Email Michael for another copy of TPS report memo.\n* Call Bobs to set up performance review.

About MonkeyGTD 3.0 alpha asdf config.options.chkHttpReadOnly = false;\n <!--{{{-->\n<div class='toolbar' macro='toolbar +saveTiddler -cancelTiddler deleteTiddler'></div>\n<div class='title' macro='view title'></div>\n<div class='editor' macro='edit title'></div>\n<div class='editor' macro='edit text'></div>\n<div class='editor' macro='edit tags'></div><div class='editorFooter'><span macro='message views.editor.tagPrompt'></span><span macro='tagChooser'></span></div>\n<!--}}}--> <<tiddler MainMenu>>\n\nAuthorMainMenu\nMainMenu\nDefaultTiddlers\nPluginManager\nPresentationIndex\n

Random Selection A common requirement is the selection of some number of elements at random and without repetition from a larger group. This could be to select raffle winners or door prize winners. It could also be to select random employees (or athletes) for a drug test. It could be to randomize the list of questions in a test. Of course, there are other applications of this technique. The example used to illustrate each of the methods below is the selection of 3 employees from a group of 10.

Spamassassin Tips: About SpamTips.org SpamTips.org is edited by Warren Togami. Warren is a former Software Engineer at Red Hat where he worked on SpamAssassin and various other Linux and Open Source Software projects. This blog aims to provide the latest in tips, tricks and pre-packaged anti-spam stack binaries to support those who maintain SpamAssassin on Linux servers. Rule and score recommendations are based on actual statistics through daily and weekly masscheck measurements.Spamassassin Newsletter Receive news from SpamTips.org via e-mail by subscribing to the spamassassin-news announce-only list.

8 cool tools for data analysis, visualization and presentation Reporters wrangle all sorts of data, from analyzing property tax valuations to mapping fatal accidents -- and, here at Computerworld, for stories about IT salaries and H-1B visas. In fact, tools used by data-crunching journalists are generally useful for a wide range of other, non-journalistic tasks -- and that includes software that's been specifically designed for newsroom use. And, given the generally thrifty culture of your average newsroom, these tools often have the added appeal of little or no cost. I came back from last year's National Institute for Computer-Assisted Reporting (NICAR) conference with 22 free tools for data visualization and analysis -- most of which are still popular and worth a look. At this year's conference, I learned about other free (or at least inexpensive) tools for data analysis and presentation. CSVKit

TiddlyTagWiki - Micro-content with the power of tags ... When it loads, TiddlyWiki looks for the names of tiddlers to open as a space-separated list after the # in the URL. If there are no tiddlers in the URL it instead loads the tiddlers named in DefaultTiddlers, one of the SpecialTiddlers. TiddlyWiki is published under a BSD OpenSourceLicense that gives you the freedom to use it pretty much however you want, including for commercial purposes, as long as you keep my copyright notice. I'd appreciate a link back to as well. InternetExplorer on Windows allows you to SaveChanges in TiddlyWiki. It will give you an ActiveX warning, and ask for your permission to proceed each time.

mGSD - MonkeyGTD demo3 Welcome to TiddlyWiki created by Jeremy Ruston; Copyright © 2004-2007 Jeremy Ruston, Copyright © 2007-2011 UnaMesa Association <div id="javascriptWarning"> This page requires JavaScript to function properly.<br /><br />If you are using Microsoft Internet Explorer you may need to click on the yellow bar above and select 'Allow Blocked Content'.

Automator: Learn Automator is used in a wide variety of ways within Mac OS X and its hosted applications. This section provides links to training videos and example workflows and collections. Automator Workflows Step-by-step tutorials to create workflows addressing a variety of scenarios, from simple Finder file re-naming to advanced publishing techniques. Automator Actions & Collections One of the great strengths of Automator is its ability to add to its functionality by installing extra actions.

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