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"TiddlyWikiWrite A relational web tool for writers" by LJCohen is an open source tool for writers based on TiddlyWiki 2.6.1. It features a "select palette" drop down menu to change the skin, so its easy to work with on varying types of computers…

THis is a cookbook contained in a TiddlyWiki. Great for a starter cookbook or for something to collect recipes in.

Instructions for Authors : preparing your paper for Information Research "InformationResearch, is an open access, international, peer-reviewed, scholarly journal, dedicated to making accessible the results of research across a wide range of…

TW Help : TiddlyWiki help file for beginners is part of the TW Help series which includes titles like: Science A Personal Science Site SideMinder Track your time SideSnips Snips From Discussion Group SidebarPluginVault List of TW Plugins SidebarRadio…

TiddlyWiki-SE (Student Edition) the student's best friend by Clint Checketts, a student at BYU-Idaho.

It's a fine note taking application and personal re-useable data organizer with some extensions added by Clint that he found useful and hoped we…

"TiddlyTagWiki Micro-content with the power of tags ..." by Jonny LeRoy, an IT consultant working for ThoughtWorks in London, introduces tagged organizing of tiddler dataz.

The TiddlyTagWiki comes with lots of easy going helpful stuff to get you…

"TiddlyDu3 an free, all-in-one portable personal organizer from http://www.giffmex.org " is another custom Tiddlywiki by Dave Gifford designed to be a personal organizer wiki or project manager type application.

With all the advantages of a small…

"TiddlyWiki In Action : A showcase of TiddlyWikis used creatively around the world" is designed to be a link repository for TiddlyWikis at work around the globe and tiddlers are encourages to submit their own Tiddly projects.

"TiddlyWiki for the rest of us | An easy-to-use entry-level TiddlyWiki tutorial from giffmex"

This is a great tutorial for people new to the TiddlyWiki experience by Dave Gifford, who remarked " If you've heard about TiddlyWiki but don't know…

NoteStorm is a great way to organize notes, whether composed or from a computer's clip board. Handy, easy, and highly portable. And it's free!

Dave Gifford created NoteStorm for his seminary students, and is making it available for…