Tinderbox (application software)

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Developer(s)Eastgate Systems
Initial release2002; 18 years ago (2002)
Stable release
8.0 / April 15, 2019; 9 months ago (2019-04-15)
Operating systemMac OS, Mac OS X
TypeContent Management, Outliner, Personal information manager

Tinderbox is a personal content management system and personal knowledge base.

It is a tool for storing, arranging, exploring, and publishing data.[1]


Tinderbox was developed for Mac OS and Mac OS X by Mark Bernstein,[2] Chief Engineer of Eastgate Systems.[3][4]


Its functions include storing and organizing notes, plans, and ideas, and sharing ideas through blogs.[5]

It also offers functionality similar to that of outliner and spatial hypertext/mind mapping tools, in addition to knowledge management, database and agent(persistent search) tools.

Tinderbox is used for a wide variety of tasks:


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