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Hi again Peter,
Sorry but the wwo address in the preceeding email was mistyped.
The correct url is:
Eric P.S. We will be looking not only at xml but at topic maps and allied technologies for possible whole or partial inclusion in future ADM releases.
Thanks for the feedback below. My responses:
1. I hope you downloaded ADM from www.worldwideoutline.net,
not from the commercial website at www.adm21.net , as the latter does not access or support the World Wide Outline.
2. We are about to begin coding version 2.0 of ADM, which will be re-engineered around the World Wide Outline and will include many advanced data management tools. We will be considering issues such as use of xml.
Thanks again for your feedback, and please let us know what you think of the world wide outline demos.
wrote:Dear Eric Sommer (ADM Staff),
I've been playing with this tool a little.
Your website makes some bold claims for it.
"You have just found the most powerful personal knowledge-management and
outliner program on Earth..."
"This program has the ability to manage all the information (including URL's and
files), all the projects, all the writing, and all the creative brainstorming in
your life ..."
"ADM is a Godsend for lawyers...academics...students...researchers...writers..."
Whilst it has many attractive features, I'm puzzled by what appears to be a
proprietary file format.
Could you please explain why it doesn't have an XML or similar open file format?
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