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  1. My two cents about navigation/classification I use Evernote as advanced notebook in professional and personal aspects. Personal notes consist of my todo/to read notebook, clips from freebsd configs, bills & tickets, etc, earlier stored in personal wiki. Professional aspect includes some analytical notes & stuff (and I wouldn't mind at this point if we'll be able to attach arbitrary file types and my articles and reviews for few online magazines. So I thought about classification scheme. It's clear for me that one-level notebooks and not-so-hierarchical tags (parents does not include child-tagged notes) are not enough to my goals. So there is my proposed scheme: 1) One-level notebooks works as "data domain" and sync/publish options --- as it is 2) Tags works in multi-dimensions instead of one (faceted classification). User can define facets (for example: projects, status, people, magazine) and values (projects: A,B,C..), status (draft, proposed, ready, published), people (Kolmogorov, ...). 3) Note are marked with pairs facet:value, f.e. status:ready 4) Search box works to find notes on multiple facets (status: draft magazine:CNews type:review) in combination with search phrase and attributes 5) Every search saves (as it is in Saved searches now) as some kind of virtual notebook I think this scheme with some modifications (f.e. multilevel facets) will be not so hard to learn and have some flexibility to address many intermed. classification schemes. And case with one facet and many tags are simple one-dimension tags. Sorry for my poor English WBR, your premium user since June 2008
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