So, Dave has a nice template for showing essay-length writing. And naturally, the way things are evolving in 2015, it’s a “single-page web-app” which can pull in the actual content from another URL. Of course, I’d like to write essays using an outliner. And I’m using OWL which is really just the Concord editor that […]
How is OWL looking these days? Here are a couple of screenshots : OWLdroid Note that I’ve moved the navbar of OWL into the space which Bootstrap usually uses for the main menu. This is a big win in terms of space, and the fact that it’s now always visible, even when scrolling down long […]
Bill Seitz is trying OWL. You can see his notes, and some comments by me, on his wiki-notebook.
There’s a big fix for OWL today. There were some mysterious times when pages that I thought I was changing were getting reverted. I thought originally that this was a glitch from me btsync-ing between my laptop and tablet. Or maybe my attempts at doing background synchronization between the browser localStorage and the server were […]
Concord is Fargo open-sourced. Dave is, of course, awesome.
My software is more or less like Cthulhu. Normally dead and at the bottom of the sea, but occasionally stirring and throwing out a languid tentacle to drive men’s minds insane. (Or at least perturb a couple of more recklessly adventurous users.) However there’s been a bit more bubbling agitation down in R’lyeh recently. The […]
OK … not shouting much yet, but what with the relaunch of OPML and Fargo, there’s a bit of a GeekWeaver refresh going on. I put the code on GitHub and starting to clean it up, making it suitable for use … Watch this space …
I’m a couple of days into LinkBlogging using Fargo, (at Yelling At Strangers From The Sky) and I have to say, I’m getting into the swing and it’s great. If you keep the outline open in a tab, it’s about as fast and convenient to post to Fargo as posting a link to Plus or […]
This is really good news. Dave Winer finally comes out with a decent outliner in the browser. I’ve been looking for one for a long time. (Thought of trying to write it too, but it’s not my speciality. Now you get one from the world’s biggest Outlining evangelist.) This is also great news for Winer […]
Worth reading “Where’s your data?“ Remember, your Mind Traffic Control data is easily exportable. Just go to : http://mindtrafficcontrol.appspot.com/exports (Via the “Export Data” menu item) and choose whether you want your data exported in CSV format (which you can import into Excel or EditGrid etc.) or OPML (which can be read in the OPML Editor […]