|Subject:||Re: Differences between Org-Mode and Hyperbole|
|Date:||Thu, 16 Jun 2016 10:41:34 -0400|
>>>>> Robert Weiner <address@hidden> writes:
> John, if you can remember that far back, maybe you could tell people what
> you liked about Hyperbole and how you used it to give people an idea.
I remember liking the way I could build up a highly cross-linked set of
heterogenous data. But I think I realized I was spending too much time making
those connections, so I later moved to Wikis and their auto-linkify of
(which Hyperbole probably does, but maybe I didn't know it then).
I'll have to try out the public release once its out, to see how it relates to
Org-mode, which is currently how I manage the sea of tasks and textual
information that I deal with.
But I keep my calendar and contacts outside of
Emacs these days, because it's necessary to have them on my phone as well,
since that's the primary place I use that data nowadays.
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