I'm sold on

While I'd prefer to use something less dependent on JS I probably won't find anything as productive anytime soon.

- I can access my wiki from almost any device (this blows org-mode out of the water)
- Underlying data is still plain text
- It's powerful as heck and hackable
- It's probably best Smalltalk experience in the browser you can get

Bad stuff:
- JS
- Load times are slow (works fine when loaded)
- I forget macro names
- Hard to find well-designed theme


I'll try to hack alternative backend in Go to get rid of JS on the server at least. This should be fairly easy: tiddlywiki.com/#WebServer%20AP

I'll think about some alternative frontends later.

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