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Creating an online chess note book
Hey, thanks for all the hints.
So the 40MB on Evernote is per month? That's more than I'd need, that's for sure.
I keep a chess notebook, but so far I've been doing it the hard way, with a spiral-bound notebook, pasted in diagrams, and handwritten notes. I usually just keep notes on the transition between the middle and endgame of my games, because that's where I have the most trouble.
I'll have to give this a try.
Will install evernote for my iPod Touch and tell you how it goes :D
(I'm currently doing it the old-fashion way)
Really simple and easy to use and you can carry this journal in your thumb-drive wherever you go.
Message me and I'll email you a zip file.
Thanks for this.
This is a great help. What if I wanted to embed a playable widget, so that a student could walk through a series of moves? I can attach a single position, which is great, but what if I wanted to show a final position, and let the user step through the moves that got him to this position?
Would be especially nice if it were a built-in feature in Chess.com Would like to make a couple private notes on each game, like what I learned from mistakes and missed opportunities.
I've uploaded it (my Tiddlywiki chess journal) to chess.com as a freebie download