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Posted by Alexander Deliyannis
Oct 27, 2009 at 06:16 AM

 

shatteredmindofbob wrote:
>You’ve got categories and tag views, pages and
>sub-pages, linking, searching and all that fun stuff crammed into a MySQL database

Maybe, but I would never consider using WordPress, nor any other online Content Management System for that matter, as a PIM (if that’s what you are suggesting) for the sheer inconvenience of it: lack of speed, tools, functionalities etc.

For me it’s always been the other way around: having an easy way to publish (part of) my notes conveniently organised within a desktop PIM. By far, the best I’ve ever found until now are Evernote’s public notebooks .

 


Posted by Pierre Paul Landry
Oct 27, 2009 at 12:45 PM

 

Alexander Deliyannis wrote:
>Maybe, but I would never consider using WordPress, nor any other online Content
>Management System for that matter, as a PIM (if that’s what you are suggesting) for the
>sheer inconvenience of it: lack of speed, tools, functionalities etc.

True, but one could setup WordPress (or Drupal) locally… to do something like a “design-your-own” PIM. Of course, knowledge of WordPress (which I don’t have) or Drupal (which I do) is required. For Drupal, CCK, Views, etc could be used to create some nice reports.

But neither of these are really outliners…

 


Posted by M.Burg
Nov 19, 2009 at 02:19 PM

 

Hello everyone,

the following programs might not really be what you are looking for. They don’t do an automatic AI-Search, but they show you links to other interesting notes based on the given keywords:

http://www.verzetteln.de/synapsen/
http://zettelkasten.danielluedecke.de/en/index.php

I use the last one for my research. It is not so good at taking snippets from webpages or pdfs. But you can fill your notes with sources, attachments, links etc. And after giving the keywords, it will show you all other notes relating to this note. So you can jump from note to note - following your imagination :)

Greetings
M.Burg

 


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