Here' the URL of the blog that I've been speaking of.
Later this evening, I'm going to look at skratchpad.org.
Is it possible to load the entire skratchpad engine on a laptop, and thus be able to learn its in's and out's while offline? Could post be created this way, and then uploaded when the author goes online. For example, with long train/airplane rides that have no Internet access, this would be ideal. Or would this require running a webserver on the same box?
I eagerly look forward to delving into skratchpad, but I just happen to be at a grantwriting conference right now (through til Wednesday, with travel all day on Thursday). Consequently, I'm stealing little snippets of conversation with you; since I left my USB driven NIC device at home (and can't get online in my hotel room).
I appreciate your dialogue though.
In Service of THE ONENESS,
Rafiki "The Digital Doctor" Cai
"The ONENESS of the ALLNESS is the Key that we seek. When will we ALL catch on?"