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Nov 06, 2010

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Dowsn't work on Android stock browser. Looks pretty ugly!;P

Jakub Petrykowski

s

Re: Android -- what phone & OS version are you using?

Interestingly enoigh, the app does work on my Nexus One browser, but it's very clumsy (current UI sucks at this screen size) and it's mostly luck that it does; I didn't try it on the phone until I finished the current version :)

bartek

Hi Kuba,

I just wonder: did you see tiddlywiki ?

Jakub Petrykowski

@bartek

No, I haven't seen it before. I tried it now. Neat piece of software, though its main assumption is to have a local only web app. I think it would help them spread the idea if their main website had a link to a hosted version (some smart way of having it separate for each user) :)

Why have you brought it up?
- Have you tried it?
- What relation do you see of TiddlyWiki to the prototype I launched yesterday?

What do you think of my prototype itself?

bartek

I just thought you are trying to achieve something similar to tiddlywiki.

I use it along with dropbox and it has proven to be quite handy.

Rizwan Ahmad

Knowledge Notebook is a simple and free learning software for students. They can take notes, create flash cards, organize , search, review notes. It also supports multimedia contents. It can be used online to utilize online resources. It's free and very helpful for students of all grades. You can download it free from here

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