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Posted by bigspud
Sep 4, 2021 at 07:26 AM

 

https://www.comake.io/

A quick description from them:
KnowledgeOS lets you reclaim your time and focus by giving you access to all your work data & tools from anywhere in your browser.

From what I see it as..,
Part session and tab manager, part multi-cloud search and ‘history-hound’, with notes and a real ‘Launcher’ type feel.
I know it’s not a traditional outliner, yet the proxy in browser tabs still has merit. keyboard centric is making me happy!
(If only SigmaOS browser used this as their ’terminal’ it’d be a match well made for elegance and power!)

It seems poised to be the Graph of web apps, and that part excites me, a less-siloed way to achieve workflow!

it’s open to use only by a direct onboarding with them at the moment….
Super curious to know what you all make of it!

 


Posted by Lucas
Sep 5, 2021 at 03:04 PM

 

Definitely looks interesting. Thanks for posting. However, I consider the requirement of a 15-minute onboarding call to be essentially equivalent to requiring money upfront (given the opportunity cost of spending that time). I prefer to test software on my own time. But I’ll keep an eye out for an eventual free trial.

 


Posted by MadaboutDana
Sep 7, 2021 at 10:12 AM

 

Does look quite cool. But yes, the onboarding thing is deffo irritating. Most of us sysadmins want to mess about privately, behind the scenes, without any kind of commitment (hell, that’s why so many of us are CRIMPers). Ah well, let’s wait and see…

 


Posted by Alexander Deliyannis
Sep 7, 2021 at 12:54 PM

 

bigspud wrote:
>It seems poised to be the Graph of web apps, and that part excites me, a
>less-siloed way to achieve workflow!

I had a brief conference call yesterday with Adler, co-founder of Comake (KnowledgeOS’s developer) and I found it very helpful to understand what the software can do for me. I surely understood it much faster than I would have on my own, in the unlikely case that I could spare the needed time for such exploration.

The part of KnowledgeOS which interests me is the ability to organise one’s web services by context, thus enabling a task-centric environment and facilitating focus. I had tried Tasktop in the past for the same reason (but it became too programmer-focused) and am now similarly looking into Braintool.

Compared to the others, KnowledgeOS adds a ‘smartness’ functionality, e.g., automatically grouping similar domains together, which I find quite useful. The software works locally and I found it very fast, making sense of my tens of open tabs in a few seconds.

 


Posted by MadaboutDana
Sep 8, 2021 at 10:52 AM

 

Thanks, Alexander – now that is interesting.

Alexander Deliyannis wrote:
bigspud wrote:
>>It seems poised to be the Graph of web apps, and that part excites me,
>a
>>less-siloed way to achieve workflow!
> >I had a brief conference call yesterday with Adler, co-founder of Comake
>(KnowledgeOS’s developer) and I found it very helpful to understand what
>the software can do for me. I surely understood it much faster than I
>would have on my own, in the unlikely case that I could spare the needed
>time for such exploration.
> >The part of KnowledgeOS which interests me is the ability to organise
>one’s web services by context, thus enabling a task-centric environment
>and facilitating focus. I had tried Tasktop in the past for the same
>reason (but it became too programmer-focused) and am now similarly
>looking into Braintool.
> >Compared to the others, KnowledgeOS adds a ‘smartness’ functionality,
>e.g., automatically grouping similar domains together, which I find
>quite useful. The software works locally and I found it very fast,
>making sense of my tens of open tabs in a few seconds.

 


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