# Thursday, September 29, 2005

Scott turned me on to TiddlyWiki a while back, and I’m totally diggin’ it.  I decided to use it for my latest Web Services class at OIT, and so far I think it will work out well. 

For those who haven’t seen it, TiddlyWikki is a self-contained, all DHTML wiki.  Just one HTML file filled with JavaScripty goodness.  It has very nice editing features built in, so all you have to do is keep slinging the one file around, and it’s all there.  I don’t have to worry about installing any server side code on my hosted site, and can edit the file basically anywhere FTP works. 

There isn’t much there yet, but if you want to take a look at an example, my class site is here.