Intimate information: Organic hypertext structure and incremental formalization for everyone's everyday tasks
|Intimate information: Organic hypertext structure and incremental formalization for everyone's everyday tasks|
|Published in||Proceedings of WikiSym'06 - 2006 International Symposium on Wikis|
|Keyword(s)||Constructive hypertext, Nobitic, Personal information, Wikis (Extra: Data privacy, Information dissemination, Information management, Thesauri, Websites, Constructive hypertext, Nobitic writing tools, Hypertext systems)|
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Intimate information: Organic hypertext structure and incremental formalization for everyone's everyday tasks is a 2006 conference paper written in English by Bernstein M. and published in Proceedings of WikiSym'06 - 2006 International Symposium on Wikis.
Much of our most important writing is written to ourselves and to our immediate circle of family, friends, and allies. This intimate or nobitic information includes not merely calendars and grocery lists, but also work for planning our future endeavors, as well as correspondence to our future selves and our progeny. Tinderbox is a tool for making, analyzing, and sharing notes - offers a range of representational tools ranging from conventional links and WikiLinks to prototype inheritance and spatial hypertext. People exploit this complex tool set to help discover and express the structure of everyday ideas; of particular interest is the problem of creating structure for work that has not yet been written and that will evolve in unexpected directions. The history of constructive hypertext and the success of early wikis provides invaluable guidance for structuring nobitic writing tools.
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