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  1. #196: TiddlyWiki with Jeremy Ruston - Changelog

    This week we talked with Jeremy Ruston about TiddlyWiki — a unique non-linear notebook for capturing, organizing, and sharing complex information. It’s written in JavaScript and sports a custom fake DOM. We talked to Jeremey about his nearly 40 year career in programming, Hackability as a human right, Tiddlers — the atomic unit of data in TiddlyWiki and so much more.

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    Show notes and links

    TiddlyWiki · Issue #248 · thechangelog/ping

    TiddlyWiki — a non-linear personal web notebook

    TiddlyWiki on GitHub

    Jeremy Ruston on GitHub

    Jeremy Ruston (@Jermolene) on Twitter

    MK14 – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Hackability as a Human Right — Jermolene TalkyTalky

    Wuthering Bytes – 26th September to 2nd October 2015

    Tiddlywinks – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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