Tue Sep 21, 2010 5:18 pm Post
Tue Sep 21, 2010 5:23 pm Post
AmberV wrote:I typed in "nMemodex" in Google, and believe we've found the single most obscure term on the Internet.
One hit? Really? It appears to be what you were referring to, though. I think the author here misspelled it. I found a cancelled patent application from Robert Gordon for the "mNemoDex" system. Not exactly a terribly popular term, either.
From the description, it seems remarkably similar to some of the methods that have been described around here, for large-scale "order-less" filing.
Tue Sep 21, 2010 5:40 pm Post
Wed Sep 22, 2010 11:27 am Post
Wed Sep 22, 2010 11:30 am Post
AmberV wrote:That would be pretty simple to do. With Tinderbox you can set up a numerical attribute that is sequentially incremented whenever you create a node, makes for a nice ID attribute. You could also use a date attribute (either the built-in Created, or a custom one) and then set up a rule that performs a transform on the date to create a simplified ID that destroys itself once the ID is populated to keep CPU performance up.
Wed Sep 22, 2010 2:58 pm Post
rickdude wrote:I downloaded the whole article when I had a subscription to Tekka, but I'm sure it wouldn't be acceptable for me to send that to you. I didn't renew my subscription because it cost $50 for a year, and as far as I remember there was only one issue released during that period. I guess the paywall is the reason that Google can't crawl Tekka.
Wed Sep 22, 2010 6:02 pm Post
rickdude wrote:One little problem I had was that I wasn't able to stop Tinderbox assigning sequential IDs to prototypes so I had to create a few gaps in my physical collection.
Thu Sep 23, 2010 9:01 pm Post
Sun Dec 26, 2010 11:01 pm Post
Mon Dec 27, 2010 1:20 am Post
linn wrote:Thank you, Keith (and Mark Bernstein of http://www.eastlake.com) for the holiday "present" of a special offer on Tinderbox!
In the past, there have been complaints that it was ugly, but it now appears to be more "blank slate," and has options for lovely fills and colors:
http://www.eastgate.com/Tinderbox/updat ... box47.html
In terms of utility, I was impressed by this model for a dashboard to manage a writing project:
http://www.markbernstein.org/Mar09/Dashboards.html, and also:
http://www.acrobatfaq.com/atbref5/index ... ncept.html
There are also examples of using Tinderbox to analyze information (and make displays of it, as in posters for conferences) here:
http://www.natematias.com/portfolio/Des ... erbox.html
As others have pointed out, there is an online "Tinderbox Reference File" that appears to be up to date at:
Mon Dec 27, 2010 10:38 am Post
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