Keynote for the Web
December 4, 2006 5:04 AM Subscribe
In the last 24 hours I've discovered Keynote (no, not that Keynote)
and it's pretty much revolutionized the way I organise my information and do my work. Is there a web-based equivalent?
posted by Jimbob to computers & internet (11 answers total) 21 users marked this as a favorite
The basic form of Keynote is:
(a) A tabbed interface - each tab is a "note".
(b) Within each tab you can set up a "tree".
(c) Each node on the tree is an RTF text document.
(d) It's all movable, searchable, exportable.
Somehow this format is incredibly intuitive - it makes much more sense to me than all the other "mind mapping" or Wiki style of information management software. I can put a different project in each tab, and under each tab set up nodes and sub-nodes for a things to do list, copies of correspondence, things to remember, research data, analysis, lists, you name it.
But it would be killer if I could keep all my information online in a form that is accessible from anywhere. Now days the web seems full of "Online AJAX to-do lists" - any ideas about something more like Keynote?