In the Information Age, the tools and processes for managing knowledge become increasingly more important. The need for a logical way to organize and control revisions has existed for almost as long as writing has existed. Examples from the print-only era include the numbering of book editions and of specification revisions. Currently the most capable and complex revision control systems are used in software development.

If you use a computer to write, you should be using Git

There is a long list of version control systems. However, we need only concern ourselves with what is curently the most widely adopted, Git. Git's popularity is due to the fact that it outperforms other version management tools like Subversion, CVS, Perforce, and ClearCase.

Git was created by Linus Torvalds in 2005 for development of the Linux kernel, with other kernel developers contributing to its initial development. Git is free software distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2. Git is a free and open source, easy to learn and has a tiny footprint with lightning fast performance.

The Pro Git book is available to read online for free.

GitHub, a git based service, is often referred to as the Facebook of programmers.

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Accessing Content

Content access interface for browsing the internet that includes a search interface. Types of content are searches, search results, media and pages. While browsing you can high-light text, or portions of screen, and make notes against these highlights. The highlights can be tagged for type and category. All content is cached and a full trail is stored. There is the ability to analyse the cache and match it to outputs as a means to consolidate the cache. All links are extracted from the text and displayed.

Item content displayed in a MediaWiki Page. Includes dictionary and Wikipedia look ups.

User and system populated categories. Categories have a set relationships to content and other categories.


Search groups contain : Search terms run across configured search engines.

Default results filters for dates, regions, content type /history search history parameters q=search terms view= Return: event information, summaries for results

History and Configuratiobn

Search groups for filtering Default all set. Search groups can include: Search engines Social media networks. Calendars Email File storage Other cloud containers etc… Site credentials cached for user context Results Wikipedia definition and links for search terms Link summary from metatags, web reference information (Majestic like), and consolidate Access content through browser once logged on on server Capture full train of content access automatically

Containers BrowserTerminal - Embed terminal through browser - run connection on server.