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Not too far ago, I invested several days into "mastering" and tuning TiddlyWiki. It was an interesting experience. I loved it on the whole and felt very enthusiastic about using it store all my knowledge. It's super flexible and use of tags, filters and macros make it unique. However, it's a bit complicated for mass adoption. Also, the extended use of its powerful features may make your computer tangibly slow.
That's why I found "Obsidian", that's what I'm using today to store my knowledge.
Based on our record, TiddlyWiki seems to be a lot more popular than TheBrain. While we know about 56 links to TiddlyWiki, we've tracked only 2 mentions of TheBrain. We are tracking product recommendations and mentions on Reddit, HackerNews and some other platforms. They can help you identify which product is more popular and what people think of it.
Have you seen this app? https://thebrain.com/. - Source: Reddit / 5 days ago
In the early 2000s, I started using a tool called The Brain (thebrain.com), which allows you to create a sort of mindmap of interlinked content. I used it up until about a year ago, but stopped because I got tired of their new annual revenue model, revamping the product to get rid of some useful features, and their dropping their Linux client. - Source: Reddit / 30 days ago
Hello! For the last year and a half or so, I have been working on creating an all-inclusive Tiddlywiki for Eberron, and I think it's finally ready to be shared! - Source: Reddit / 5 days ago
I recommend tiddlywiki for that. Self hosted, no database wiki site. The nodejs version is trivial to install. - Source: Reddit / 15 days ago
Tiddlywiki is a wiki in a single file (ie it updates the file itself) - if you can make that work with a text mode browser such as elinks (http://elinks.or.cz/) then that could be a direction worth exploring. - Source: Reddit / 18 days ago
I have been using Evernote as a kind of GTD-style inbox. That is, a way to quickly capture ideas, tasks and links with as little friction as possible. Crucially I only really care about capturing this information, later on it gets moved to my primary knowledge manager (TiddlyWiki). - Source: Reddit / 27 days ago
XMind - XMind is a brainstorming and mind mapping application.
DokuWiki - DokuWiki is a simple to use and highly versatile Open Source wiki software that doesn't require a database.
FreeMind - FreeMind is a premier free mind-mapping software written in Java.
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MindMeister - Create, share and collaboratively work on mind maps with MindMeister, the leading online mind mapping software. Includes apps for iPhone, iPad and Android.
MediaWiki - MediaWiki is a free software wiki package written in PHP, originally for use on Wikipedia.