Personal Knowledge System is a knowledge tool. Its purpose is to extend an individual's memory and facilitate the efficient organization of information into knowledge.
This information provides a tangible record of the lifetime experience.
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:30
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Description: Personal Knowledge System (TM) is a computer program for the collection and organization of knowledge.
Using the hypertext model, it allows an individual to capture and organize information as it presents itself during the daily routine.
Information about family, friends, hobbies, news, social activities and work constantly presents itself and needs to remembered at a later time.
This information may be entered in a free-form manner, structured and designed by you to meet your exact needs. You create links where necessary to provide easy and quick access to that vital piece of information at any time.
This collection becomes a knowledge base extending the user's memory and providing a mechanism for examining topics of interest in greater detail than is possible without automated assistance.
The Knowledge System provides a natural, easy to use index into the web, other applications and their files, paper files, collectables or anything of interest to the system user.
The Knowledge System also supports daily diary, time tracking, task tracking, problem tracking, project management, problem management, reminder lists, and structured knowledge base development.
Over time, this information provides a tangible record of the lifetime experience.
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