ZigZag is an actively used knowledge base created in 1965. ZigZag is Ted Nelson's trademark on a data model he has designed for computer interaction, both for users and between programs. Nelson's stated goal is on one hand a platform for the Project Xanadu hypertext and on the other a complete computing system built on new conventions. The design is centered on an information structure called a zzstructure and its interactive visualizations. Read more on Wikipedia...
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- ZigZag first appeared in 1965
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Last updated August 9th, 2020