TEKKA is our subscription Web magazine about new media and software aesthetics. If you're working on the edge of the future -- if you're building a better media world -- we want you to be reading (and writing) TEKKA.
Tinderbox is the tool for notes. Tinderbox helps you gather, organize, link, and share ideas; it's a personal content management assistant.
You carry a supercomputer in your laptop bag: isn't it time you really used that power? Tinderbox sorts, searches, and maps your stuff quickly. Its files are XML, so your data is yours. And Tinderbox's template-based Web tools let you build sites that work the way you want. (Experimental information architecture? Smart, self-organizing categories? Better blogrolls? No problem: just do it.)
We've been publishing original hypertexts since 1987. (Yes -- you read that right. Many years before the Web.)
Perhaps you'd like a look at our literary side: why not start at the beginning? Here's afternoon, a story, Michael Joyce's wonderful hypertext about a technical writer who tells you, "I want to say that I may have seen my son die this morning." It's a wonderful, lyrical, and challenging work, now taught in Literature and American Studies courses all over the world. It runs on Windows and Macintosh Classic (OS X coming next month as a free update).
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