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  • Sorting out loads of Notes

    Ok not quite a GTD issue but I have recently started a new job which means I have loads of notes about products, software and people which I want to draw together and store in a sensible form electronically.

    A few people have suggested a WIKI but I'd prefer something on a laptop without the hassles of running Apache etc.

    I have thought of a mind mapping tool like Freemind but I was wondering what other people might suggest here ?

    TIA

    Mark

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    Well, if you like the idea of a wiki except for the overhead, there's the GTD TiddlyWiki - it's just an HTML file.
    Last edited by Avarweth; 06-21-2005, 05:54 AM.

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    • #3
      That link doesn't seem to work ?

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      • #4
        I should have checked that, sorry. Post has been corrected.

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        • #5
          Having used both wikis and mindmapping, I'd use a wiki in this case. At least for me, mindmapping works better as a planning tool, but wikis work better as reference tools. It sounds like a reference tool is what you need.

          There are lots of standalone wikis and wiki-like things that don't require a web server. I use Wikidpad (http://www.jhorman.org/wikidPad/), which I like because it stores its data in plain text files with logical names.

          Katherine

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          • #6
            Many thanks to both of you.

            Just what I was looking for

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            • #7
              One more suggestion for a personal WiKi is NoteStudio from DogMelon (http://www.dogmelon.com.au/ns/index.shtml). It is really, really great and has a Palm conduit for flawless synchronization. A few people have implemented GTD specifically with NoteStudio.

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