After my last post a comment came in from Simon that deserved more than a casual reply. It’s about folding int he FSIM. I took some screen shots of my system and answered a few question.
Tag Archives: FSIM
Perhaps this was a function before Lion, one that I missed by not being curious enough to drag windows around, resize them, see what they would do, but as you can see in the screen shot below good old OS X Lion Finder makes for an excellent File System Infobase Manager browsing tool. I’ve always […]
Theres’ a nice chat going on the Scrivener boards about File System Information Managers. I wrote a long reply to a post and thought I’d share parts here. Metadata and tagging A lot of my work flow is text based (it was once rtfd, then rtf, and if you go way back, doc and whatever […]
TaskPaper, Scrivener, and Note Taking on the iPad
Missing in Notational Velocity is an apparent command to “Show in Finder” but it’s easy to use Spotlight to do the same thing.
Here’s how I do it…(and why it matters to interface architecture)
A modification to WriteRoom’s SimpleText application has me looking at Notational Velocity again. What I find is a near perfect minimalist integration and text management system that supports long term data storage.
My description of the applications, and how I use them in my infobase system follows after the jump.