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jason has spurred an interesting conversation on personal taxonomies:

"I need some advice. I've been trying to develop a personal schema/taxonomy** and I don't really know where to start. I'm not looking for tools or anything like that, just some general advice. I guess another way to put the question is: if you had to organize all the stuff that a person comes into contact with, how would you do it? Do you have any experience in doing this, say, within the context of The Brain, a Wiki, or categories for a personal weblog? How did you go about doing it? Got any advice?"

i've never really found anything that is flexible enough to justify the extra work; however, something like chris langreiter's vanilla vista comes oh-so-close.

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2/11/2002 09:34:00 PM 0 comments


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