My friend SteveC told me about TK3 from Night Kitchen. He said this was one of the more interesting tools he has seen in a while. He said that TK4 will come out as open source and should be useful for education and those who share info online.
Nightkitchen says, TK3 is both a new format for multimedia electronic documents and a flexible, easy assembly tool for making them.
I've downloaded the reader, but not done much with it yet.
This engine was mentioned in a recent Tech Review article on what comes after Google. I've just started playing with Teoma and Mooter, Dipsie is not ready for prime time yet. The article goes into more detail, but here is a quick blip on each from their own pages.
A friend of mine pointed out that Chris Philips will be speaking in DC tomorrow and Thursday. Here's info about the group:
The Society for Philosophical Inquiry (SPI) is a grassroots nonprofit organization devoted to supporting philosophical inquirers of all ages and walks of life. Its members strive to form and facilitate "communities of philosophical inquiry", which typically, though not always, meet in groups called Socrates Cafés®. These meetings take place at coffee houses, libraries, hospices, senior centers, nursing homes, prisons, plazas and other public spaces, bookstores, homeless shelters and community centers; and at schools,...
Over the years Sally and I have occasionally gone to the local public library to browse for books and such (we do that weekly); the occasional thing is to check out the serials and read magazines for an hour or so.
Yesterday we read magazines at Mary Riley Styles Library in Falls Church, VA.
Here are my notes from stories and ads in the Jan/Feb 2004 Utne Reader.
> Kitchen Sink - www.kitchensinkmag.com
> Ready Made - www.readymademag.com
> Acent - www.ascentmagazine.com
> 10x10 - www.tenbyten.net
> Neologisms - www.tenbyten.net
> Eckhart Tolle - "The Power of Now"
> Ultimate bed - www.ultimatebed.com
> Fierce - www.fiercemag.com
> Canadian Immigration info - www.cic.gc.ca
> Expats -