Hi.
How do you explain zim other people?
I've found zim late in 2013. After a short test phase and personal approval my 
personal knowledge management has completely migrated to zim quickly and 
improved this topic from start a lot.Now zim is known to and applied by quite a 
few of my work mates. It has been recognized to be useful for a shared 
knowledge base in a team. Knowledge may be handled in a distributed version 
control system (e.g. git) the same way as the software itself. This way the 
originally two conflicting aspects of  1) a local Desktop Wiki and  2) 
distributed synchronizationare in complete harmony with each other.
Now, to repeatedly explain zim is time consuming. And, because I'm willing to 
create screencasts for customer support and training I decided to take zim for 
an exercise to create my very first video tutorial. The result is uploaded to 
YouTube and you may find it here:
About zim, a Desktop Wiki; Part 1/3: Highlights   
https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=hj21z5SLzgw
About zim, a Desktop Wiki; Part 2/3: Basics   
https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=L_vFqzoQYvI
About zim, a Desktop Wiki; Part 3/3: Advanced   
https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=jFF4p8lQsfA
I hope you find it useful.
Best regards,
Andreas

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