"Our technology platform K-Infinity is the solution for knowledge management based on knowledge networks."
A topic maps mailinglist: http://www.infoloom.com/mailman/listinfo/topicmapmail http://www.infoloom.com/pipermail/topicmapmail/ (Archiv)
Topic Maps -- Reference Model: http://www.isotopicmaps.org/TMMM/TMMM-latest-clean.html
Topic Map Constraint Language: http://www.y12.doe.gov/sgml/sc34/document/0226.htm
Open Source variant of a commercial CM system (PHP/MySQL): http://www.mamboserver.com/
Nice layout and other stuff: http://www.miro.com.au/
"Tools for Rules: Rules-based programming will either help us out or create a different kind of mess" http://www.infoworld.com/article/03/05/16/20OPstrategic_1.html
"Rules engine/debugger as system service?: I like to imagine new OS system services. Yesterday, it struck me that a rules engine, logger, and debugger would be an appropriate bundle of stuff to generalize as a standard system service." http://weblog.infoworld.com/udell/2003/06/19.html
"There are four general ways of storing information:
1. A list, in which one has a number of items, which may or not be related to one another. 2. A table, in which one has a number of items (records), each with a distinct set of properties or columns. 3. A tree, in which one has a hierarchy of items. 4. A graph, in which one has a number of items (nodes), with the nodes connected to each other in some way."
Mozilla Gecko based Semantic Web RDF client:
Incredible - an RDF based Java application with a very generic architecture, drag&drop, e-mail and IM integration, customizable, ... Very very high and specific system requirements, unfortunately.
Web-based information system, reminds me of Intrexx - beautiful interface!
A ZDNet article describes the conventions JavaBeans classes must conform to:
class->getProperty class->setProperty class->isBoolProperty
Makes sense. That's similar to what I'm already doing in my PHP classes.
MVC (Model, View, Controller) / Model2-Framework for PHP - sounds good, but I couldn't get it to work:
A web-based administration interface that's just plain beautiful:
Coming back to the Microsoft Reader after some time: It's release 2.1 by now. There's free tools for creating OEB files (Open eBook) from XHTML + CSS + images, and for converting those into .lit files!
Microsoft Reader is the best solution I know for reading very long texts on the screen (PC or Pocket PC), much better than Acrobat.
"You could use Infocalypse as an online collaborative encyclopedia, a personal weblog, a technical support forum, or (with a little customization) even a shopping cart." (in PHP)
... yes, but which tool to use?
This diary has great links to pages which represent persons, places or other entities - lots of similarities to Topic Maps.
Jon Udell asks: "What CMS environment would make it easier for Phil to achieve this effect?"
Very good question. I think that would be a Topic Map-driven information system allowing for editing in Wiki speed...
Some nice ideas in this PHP/MySQL-based content management framework:
Should take a look at Python since O'Reilly has so much on it:
Nice Java idea - don't code a GUI, just define your "Business Logic" in classes, and the Naked Objects-Framework will create a generic GUI allowing for direct interaction with the classes' properties and methods: