Any Tinderbox users in the house? It looks (in its uniqueness) like HyperCard did back in the day – a tool that can do many things once you dive into it. But I'm not sure I want to immerse myself in a desktop-only app unless it delivers serious mojo.
@patrickrhone You wrote what I was thinking. The Atlantic's James Fallows is a big fan, and he's written about it repeatedly. Every time he does, I wonder about the app anew. I think it's time to give it a spin.
@charlesg I used it for everything from a RuneQuest character generator to the glue that held a large and whacky AppleScript for normalizing data from 4 different databases. It was magical to someone like me who had until then been scared of programming.
@bryanalexander I downloaded it a few days ago and poked around for a bit. It looks like with enough up-front learning it can be very powerful, but I can't justify spending that time on a desktop-only app, so I'm going to pass. // @ekistomancer
@bryanalexander I'm doubtful. It appears the developer has a well-defined software development ethos. I believe software should have a point of view. That said, I sense the Tinderbox point of view isn't headed where I'm headed. Nothing but respect for him.