Category Archives: tools and applications

Building a better tool for capturing and managing knowledge

There are literally hundreds of different computer applications that might be used to represent practical knowledge as Insights, Facts, Concepts, and the relationships among them. A few — including TheBrain — appear to have had some commercial success. (I use … Continue reading

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Let’s get practical — Part 3 (capturing text)

As I mentioned in Let’s get practical — Part 2, I follow the practice of capturing information from sources (mostly online) and saving it in discrete, labeled chunks. I use a similar process for Insights: Write an idea down as … Continue reading

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Random technical recommendations

I feel compelled at times to say a few things that may not be directly about representing knowledge or converting information into meaning. I will keep them here. I discuss tools designed for capture, management, and transfer of knowledge in … Continue reading

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