> you could try this using newtscape as browser and turn an existing note
> into html (or vice versa). by using the right direct address it should
> be possible to expand a standard html link to point to another note.
> you would have to read the notes using newtscape and editing the note
> would require html knowledge, at least so that you could distinguish
> between html clutter and your text ;-)
No, this is too awkward. To be useful, it has to be as natural and fast
as taking notes. Mark a word, tap a button (or better: do a gesture) --
bang, new note.
Maybe there is some way to create a Wiki on a Newton? With a Java Wiki,
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