Action Journaling (AJ) is a way to quickly render journal entries and todo lists into plain ASCII text. I’ve worked on various aspects of these ideas since 1995, starting with “Marked Text” (MTX) a format for generating HTML. (To give credit, my original inspiration probably came from Setext, which was popular at the time.) The original… Read More

Thanks to list.js by @javve sorting and searching are now client side activities, cutting down on network traffic and server load. This is the new look! Completely fluid and mobile friendly (thanks to Bootstrap!). The input field is ready to start a new discussion topic. Note the upcoming meeting in four days mixed in with… Read More

TableTop is a lightweight tool for editing, sharing and converting tabular information. I wrote it as an alternative to unwieldy spreadsheet programs. Spreadsheets are primarily about numbers. TableTop is all about text! Tables are not spreadsheets. Why use the wrong tool? <smile>   The best way to learn TableTop is to start a new table…… Read More

After trying several different approaches to the all important activity lists, I came up with a consistent, simplified design that I intend to use throughout PTM. Features shown in this screen shot include: Threaded Discussion QuickType Entry Field near the top for efficient capture of important thoughts as you have them. Reverse Chronological Display based… Read More

Apple recently changed the way Safari behaves when you scroll down. Prior to iOS 7, the address bar and controls would hide themselves automatically once you started to use the page. You could force them to reappear by scrolling back to the top. As part of the big move away from skeuomorphism they changed this… Read More

This is the third incarnation of a project I started in 2007. I’ve learned much during the process and “the luck of the third adventure” seems to be holding sway. P : T : M now has a responsive user interface based on Bootstrap and Font Awesome (I highly recommend both!).  It will reconfigure itself depending on the… Read More