The interface is intuitive and sensible. Just to try it out, I started mapping out my job responsibilities, and discovered that the way the program works really helped me flesh out what I do and what I WANT to do.
I found this hugely useful and helpful in organizing my thoughts, and can imagine using it as a tool to help communicate my ideas to others. Also interesting in making use of it as a navigation tool...but need to think about that further.
Note for libby-rarian types: Ask yourself what difference there is between Ranganathan's faceted classification and tagging with metadata. Okay, done? Now be properly amazed with how far ahead of his time Ranganathan was. Give Shiyali Ramamrita his props, yo?
I'm not saying it is HARD to piss off the professional sourpuss- only that I have never before found his irritation the least bit entertaining.
In case you aren't familiar with Ali G.: he is a character/persona of actor Sacha Cohen. He's damned funny. Sidebar: Do you personally know anyone who perpetually has that look on his/her face as though he/she is smelling a carton of sour milk? You know the look, that pinched, unhappy, slightly constipated look? These people should be avoided. They are, like Andy Rooney, deeply unhappy. No, there is nothing you can do to make them happy - they find comfort and familiarity in their sour milk and constipation.
Stephen Colbert pushes the envelope at this year's White House Correspondents'dinner, and freaks out a good number of attendees with his attacks on Bush. Direct links to video excerpts: Windows Media and Quicktime
(Edit: Complete transcript and video of Colbert's performance available here)
Sure, he's funny- but what is great is how thoroughly he attacks Bush, and how much it clearly rattles people in attendence.
What's the deal with Comedy Central continuing to show the press what balls look like? Related: Jon Stewart kicking ass and taking names on CNN's now cancelled "Crossfire," wherein Tucker Carlson is rightly called an asshole.