Settings and activity

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    voppense commented  · 

    Indeed, not only the notes!! Hovering over a thought should also visualise the related website-page and notes page.

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    Would like to add also the following: Attachment should get also more meta-data fields. The standard meta-data coming from the filesystem in case of an external link to a file.(size, date creation, updated, type of file) as brain user specific added meta-data like: summary of content of the file, subject it covers. This would lead to the possibility to create a 'brain activity' time-line. How many times I am confronted with someone asking me to give me a copy of a document containing some specific idea's and concepts, when i have been working on it in the last 3 months the chance to find it is still big but when later it becomes more difficult. Therefore it would be of great help to have a timeline that represents what you did in your brain and when. This timeline should be dynamic so that you can just walk through it in function of time. Sometimes I remember that I worked on it about 8 months ago - so I just quickly walk through this time line starting from 8 months ago. Beside the timeline one should also have a 'brain-heatmap' where you can have an helicopter view on your brain activities in order to see if you are really going the right direction in goals of your live and not be hold up be unnecessary activities leading to procrastination and disorientation from the goals you planned.

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    What you express here is the fact that the brain lacks visualisation of its contents to the external world. This is an issue I mentioned already in the forum. TB would be twice the product it is if some serious thought would be spend to visualize its content. In fact to be honest I like the Plex and the way it presents thing in a certain way, on the other hand it lacks real presentation skills. Therefore I think they should put a specific program on the rails to address this issue. This could be by listing to the brain users themselves and by having some GUI specialist together so combining functionality and user ergonomics. As an example I mentioned the way Prezi works. This product is fantastic to deliver presentation of the content and also usable in the cloud. The disadvantage of Prezi is that once you included you knowledge in there you are stuck, you can't get it out anymore. But the idea behind Prezi should make it into the brain. There should be different working-modes like the capturing mode, brainstorm mode, presentation mode. The presentation mode should use the objects (thoughts, attachments) within the brain as a source. In fact one could think about a presentation path that gets registered- in fact you could see this a stories (story-telling). These stories should be automate or manual directed. Example: combining several thoughts in different parts of the brain are leading to a story or idea that you want to visualize to your audience by means of social media or just by presenting it manually using the brain locally or in cloud. This way we could avoid export to specific products, even if they are the defacto standard. Nevertheless for the time being (as the brain does not do something about its presentation/communication/visualisation to external world) you option is surely good approach and even in the future if one prefers MSpowerpoint, word, mindmanger,...

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    This should be self evident. In fact the background location is per brain. A central background directory is not foreseen. This is a pity as you need to copy all the backgrounds you want to use into every brain structure. It would be better to have a centralised location for background files. And what is worse you can't even select the background picture using a visualisation in the selection screen. Why don't we use the default operating system selection screen.

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    Totally agree - security is a necessity.

    During my testing I was thinking about Brain security. I didn't find any indication of brain-security in the product. In our brain we have also thoughts we don't want to make public but we want to handle. An example: a stakeholder overview can contain lots of political and personal information that you don't want to expose to the outer world. It is a dashboard you want to use during complex political projects. You could say put it in an Excel sheet and put a password on it and include it into the brain as an attachment, but than you loose the inter-relationship view possible in the brain.

    Therefore I was thinking about protection at the brain level (internally) not externally. Putting your brain on a Web-site with an external party managing the protection does not give any guarantee to the brain-owner. The brain owner should have power to make his brain or part of his brain secure.

    (1) Full brain protection - meaning that you need a password to get into that brain- so only access for those that received the password for that brain..
    - Be sure when dumping to files/html again the password is asked + warning or the content dumped is encrypted and can only be decrypted by a person knowing the password or key.

    (2) Some parts of the brain contain thoughts that need protection like the one mentioned above or when you use the brain to evaluate people with their skills/talent/potential/weaknesses. It should be possible to secure brain area's in The brain avoiding access to whoever gets to grab your brain be it by getting access to you backup-files of folder dumps.

    (3) Thinking about a brain internal configuration parameter where you can decide if you brain is 'public' - 'personal' -'protected' that can only be changed by the owner of the brain!!.

    Where 'public' means the content of the brain is free to be exposed to anyone in the world.

    'Personal' means that this brain is your personal property and when found on the net/stolen can't be opened by anyone but the people who know the password.

    'Protected' - 'only by the originator based on license and key.

    Make sure to create first a good security policy and based on that a security architecture.

    Message: Brains are PI an SPI - (PI-personal Information, SPI: Sensitive personal information)