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Now that 6.2 has shipped, I'm allocating more of UserLand's resources to this project.






Here's a very early outline that conforms to the existing spec, which is being rewritten practically on a daily basis. Rather than expose people to the gyrations, we're holding it back until we feel it's well-designed and won't need a rewrite before wide deployment.



I'm learning a lot doing this project. I'll write more later. But here's an interesting conclusion. If TBL had designed the Web around a writing tool it would have been Two-Way from the start. After six years of trying to come up with a writing tool that perfectly fits the HTML Web, now I realize that the only way to get there is to start with a writing tool and add networking to it. It makes perfect sense now, but of course it didn't even just a few weeks ago.






Thinking project: DMOZ to ?



























O'Reilly's David Sims honors Gary Brickman, who passed away at 38.







(image) I tuned into CNN to see if Elian got home OK, and happened to see an interview with Oracle CEO Larry Ellison about the detective firm he hired to sort through lobbyist trash in Washington.






















BirdBrain: "As my friend E. used to say, 'You have to manage your expectations.'"








































Laszlo Dienes, a real outliner user, wants to know about generating HTML from his MORE outlines, and has lots of questions about WebArranger from CE Software, written by Scott Wiener (also developer of FullWrite and FullPaint, early Mac classics).
















Anyway, read what Eric van der Vlist has to say, it's a good summary of the discussion, with links, but please understand it's just one point of view.