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September 27 2011

SoyWiki

SoyWiki turns Vim into a powerful, lean, and fast wiki. It's got all the protein of a more conventional wiki, but less saturated fat and no cholesterol. SoyWiki builds on Vim's strengths as a text editor and interface to the Unix operating system, SoyWiki's primary goal is to make it possible to create, navigate, and refactor wiki content at the speed of thought. SoyWiki is good for tracking projects, contacts, ideas, and collecting and organizing research. SoyWiki combines the affordances of notebooks, index cards, and Post-it notes, and adds to them the power of hyperlinks, search, revision history, automated refactoring, and more.

SoyWiki

SoyWiki turns Vim into a powerful, lean, and fast wiki. It's got all the protein of a more conventional wiki, but less saturated fat and no cholesterol. SoyWiki builds on Vim's strengths as a text editor and interface to the Unix operating system, SoyWiki's primary goal is to make it possible to create, navigate, and refactor wiki content at the speed of thought. SoyWiki is good for tracking projects, contacts, ideas, and collecting and organizing research. SoyWiki combines the affordances of notebooks, index cards, and Post-it notes, and adds to them the power of hyperlinks, search, revision history, automated refactoring, and more.

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Rands In Repose: The Pond

“Can I work remote?” I cringe. It’s Ian and Ian is a senior engineer. He’s a rock. He gets it done. I never have to ask him twice and, after six years, Ian has every right to ask to work remote. But I’m still freaked because my first thought when anyone asks to work remote is, “This fine person is a year away from either quitting or being fired.” Why? Because they’re asking to leave the Pond. The Pond When I think of communication in a large group of people, I imagine a pond. Small, round, slightly green water. You can see the edges of this pond and there’s a willow tree over there looking both informed and sad. Metaphorically, all the people in the organization are standing somewhere on this pond. Our positions are based on whom we know and where we are in the organization chart. When something happens in the company, when something noteworthy is said, a drop falls in the pond and creates a ripple.
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