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March 8, 2099
 
  access (15)
 
  (64)          you will still be able to Þ | access all the information
 
  (65)    in them. You will also be unable to access web Brains. |   |
 
  (69)          to merge Brains | ?Unlimited access to web Brains |
 
  (827)      the destination computer can Þ | access the files from the
 
  (1019)      creation, modification, or last access. |   | History  |
 
  (1107)               there Þ | is no way to access e-mail | in these
 
  (1117)    of | the web into a Brain you can access right from the Brain
 
  (1184)         files will only | be able to access the files relevant to
 
  (1184)      order to maintain Þ | different access privileges for |
 
  (1185)      separate Brains and set the Þ | access privileges for the |
 
  (1197)      |  | If you wish to give others access to a copy of a file,
 
  (1428)      you use | them both to find and access the files you've
 
  (1456)          no Þ | other user will have access to | the file, unless
 
  (1573)     common problems. | ????? | I can access all my thoughts, but I
 
  (1575)     days. After 60 Þ | days, you can access all | your information,
 
  accessible (1)
 
  (603)               to be stored in and Þ | accessible from numerous
 
  accessories (1)
 
  (384)      found by clicking Programs, then Accessories, Þ | then Games.  
 
  accountant (3)
 
  (412)        than one company, but have one accountant for all of them, Þ 
 
  (413)      | wish to make a thought called "Accountant" and link it as a
 
  (419)         no Þ | longer uses the | same accountant. So it's jump gate
 
  action (3)
 
  (781)     reach the most recently performed action, there will be nothing
 
  (782)      Undo again. If you perform a new action Þ | while working "in
 
  (1306)                 setting and the next action to be undone or Þ |
 
  activate (32)
 
  (130)           There are other ways Þ | to activate thoughts that | will
 
  (212)     | Creating a new thought does not activate it. This helps you
 
  (213)     having to move back and forth. To activate a thought, Þ | simply
 
  (230)    Let's create some content. |  | 1.?Activate the thought for which
 
  (230)         content. For our Þ | example, activate "Order." | 2.?Click
 
  (259)       File to Create Thought |  | 1.? Activate the thought you want
 
  (273)      do with the its | filename. | 2.?Activate the thought. |
 
  (287)     a folder into your Brain: |  | 1.?Activate the thought you wish
 
  (297)    thoughts in that zone. |  | If you activate the new thought, you
 
  (334)     naming. |  | By Dragging |  | 1.? Activate the thought you want
 
  (334)    to. For our Þ | Brain-in-progress, activate | "Fun." (If "Fun" is
 
  (342)       to an existing thought: |  | 1.?Activate that thought and
 
  (465)        immediately reconfigure to Þ | activate that pin's thought. |
 
  (491)    to | its left. |  | If you wish to activate a thought on the past
 
  (499)    the past thought list, you Þ | can activate it from | anywhere in
 
  (505)      of Þ | the thought you wish to | activate; The Brain fills in
 
  (506)          The plex will reconfigure to activate the thought. | 4.?The
 
  (509)    instant activation box | will only activate the most recently
 
  (512)      Þ | based on certain criteria. | Activate a thought in a Search
 
  (515)     the thought you have moved to. To activate Þ | that thought,
 
  (692)           links. You may | also still activate the thought by
 
  (718)           Thought | You might wish to activate a forgotten thought
 
  (718)     on its Þ | attached file. You can activate | a forgotten thought
 
  (732)    the plex. Clicking these will both activate the forgotten Þ |
 
  (878)      saved automatically whenever you activate a new Þ | thought.
 
  (997)    great way to help you remember and activate specific Þ | thoughts
 
  (1002)     and attached file types. |  | To activate a thought from the
 
  (1013)           automatically whenever you activate a Þ | thought.  |   |
 
  (1139)    plex into the application, or | ?Activate other thoughts and
 
  (1326)     page attached to any thought you activate that has a web page
 
  (1614)    hard disk space.? |  | Glossary | activate - To bring a thought
 
  (1651)     instant activation box - Used to activate a thought not visible
 
  add (8)
 
  (377)      | If the application you want to add to your Brain has a
 
  (387)         a small, simple Brain. As you add more Þ | and more
 
  (1062)    "read-only" - that is, you cannot add information to a web Þ |
 
  (1159)    blank | invoice form to which you add the job and price
 
  (1165)      Window, click the button marked Add Þ | Template.  | 4.?Find
 
  (1283)         Existing Folders dialog box, add the folders you wish to Þ 
 
  (1479)     you, Windows will | allow you to add a second extension. So you
 
  (1575)       our web site will allow you to add to The Brain for 60 days.
 
  address (8)
 
  (346)         a different page, type in the address of the site you wish
 
  (351)       Menu. | 2.?Name the thought the address of the page you want
 
  (352)         it without losing the Þ | web address attached to | it (see
 
  (867)      the | picture may not contain an address (hyperlink) - if it
 
  (867)            - if it does, only the Þ | address will appear in Notes,
 
  (1048)     which is right Þ | alongside the address book in | which you
 
  (1082)      thought, enter the URL. The web address will automatically be
 
  (1694)    - Universal Resource Locator, the address of a web site.? |   |
 
  adjust (3)
 
  (1238)     it to any area on the screen and adjust Þ | both its height and
 
  (1258)     maximize it. If you only want to adjust its size, drag any side
 
  (1261)     and Tools Windows | You can also adjust the relative size and
 
  aid (1)
 
  (1025)        of thought. It's also a great aid to Þ | project managers
 
  alt (3)
 
  (516)       Þ | that thought, release the | ALT key. |   | To launch a
 
  (1370)           this box allows use of the ALT key as well as the Up,
 
  (1547)      of the "pointer." Releasing the ALT key activates the Þ |
 
  alt-arrow (1)
 
  (1546)        |  | Navigating | You can use ALT-arrow keys to navigate the
 
  alt-arrows (1)
 
  (514)     using your keyboard. Þ | Pressing ALT-arrows causes a | red
 
  alt-enter (3)
 
  (251)      the file. You can Þ | also press ALT-ENTER. |   | Remember, a
 
  (517)          a thought, click it or press ALT-ENTER. |   | 6. Expanding
 
  (1548)    the Þ | highlighted thought. |  | ALT-ENTER?Launch the active
 
  animation (4)
 
  (1377)      well as turning off the Brain's animation after the timer runs
 
  (1383)      will affect General, Þ | Color, Animation, and | Wallpaper
 
  (1389)      individual sense of style. |  | Animation |   | Thought
 
  (1392)      is animated. The | speed of the Animation can be set using the
 
  application (59)
 
  (109)      you begin working Þ | in another application. | When the Brain
 
  (120)      a file, a shortcut, a | game, an application... whatever you
 
  (234)    you'll select your word processing application to write a Þ |
 
  (235)    | letter. But we don't know what | application you use. One
 
  (247)      select the word Þ | processor or application | your wish to use
 
  (251)    automatically launch the necessary application and load the file.
 
  (253)       you no longer have to launch an application and then find Þ |
 
  (369)     |  | Using a Thought to Launch an Application | If you need to
 
  (370)              | If you need to open an application that creates
 
  (371)        and | choosing the appropriate application in the Select
 
  (377)        |  | From the Desktop | If the application you want to add to
 
  (489)           the icon for Þ | the file's application appears to | its
 
  (643)    the Save icon or menu item in your application. | ?Exit your
 
  (644)    in your application. | ?Exit your application and answer Yes
 
  (644)               and answer Yes when the application asks you if Þ |
 
  (647)     a file you have launched into its application, you Þ | should
 
  (657)        |  | The Brain will launch the application used to create the
 
  (657)        and Þ | automatically tell the application to | print it. If
 
  (659)       be downloaded for printing. The application Þ | will not
 
  (859)          the thought is active, so no application need be Þ |
 
  (864)      | combination of these. |  | Any application that supports
 
  (869)         not | the picture. |  | If an application does not support
 
  (888)      any Þ | recent word processing | application compatible with
 
  (894)      | If you use any word processing application more sophisticated
 
  (904)           to first open it in the Þ | application that you used to
 
  (926)      any Þ | recent word processing | application compatible with
 
  (950)      and the | Paste function of your application. |   | Paste  |
 
  (954)     been cut or | copied from another application into Notes. |   |
 
  (961)          of the Note into Þ | another application. |   |
 
  (972)     click OK, The Brain will open the application you selected. As
 
  (973)    are finished, simply close the Þ | application and the image will
 
  (1018)     associated with Þ | thoughts (by application), or date | and
 
  (1091)       | If you use a separate E-Mail application, The Brain can
 
  (1101)     may go back into your Þ | e-mail application and | delete the
 
  (1103)    message list. |  | If your e-mail application does not support
 
  (1104)         a shortcut to the Þ | e-mail application. |   | Many
 
  (1126)      a file, choosing the Þ | proper application from the | Select
 
  (1130)     to a thought that will start the application when Þ | you
 
  (1136)     one thought at a Þ | time. If an application is open | and can
 
  (1138)      thoughts from the plex into the application, or | ?Activate
 
  (1139)       launch the files into the open application Þ | by clicking
 
  (1141)        is already in use in that Þ | application, the results
 
  (1142)          the results depend | on the application. For example: |   
 
  (1160)        A | template will never be an application, but a file
 
  (1160)       but a file created with an Þ | application. |   | To create a
 
  (1216)      your mouse pointer in | another application, The Brain will
 
  (1240)      but may be covered with another application. To display the
 
  (1353)       The icons | let you know which application created the
 
  (1432)     | organized from the top down by application, but by your own
 
  (1477)      to the one associated with that application. If a Þ |
 
  (1486)     extension to identify the file's application. |   | Finding the
 
  (1487)       the Correct Extension for Your Application | With just a bit
 
  (1490)           this information from each application. |   | ?Check the
 
  (1502)              in Windows. Find | your application and look in the
 
  (1581)     from the Open Files Window of my application to a Þ | thought.?
 
  (1583)       a file to a thought. If | your application does not support
 
  (1621)    | on the past thought list.? |  | application - A program, such
 
  (1626)       you begin | working in another application and will be
 
  (1666)        to be moved | easily from one application to another. Not
 
  area (6)
 
  (78)          FAQ, and Online Reference Þ | area at |
 
  (105)      in its entirety. The Þ | visible area of a Brain is | called
 
  (172)      "Personal." Above the plex is an area for "pins." Pins are
 
  (1223)        will only be displayed in the area not taken up by the Brain
 
  (1238)         allows you to move it to any area on the screen and adjust
 
  (1278)      by right-clicking | in an empty area of the plex. The Options
 
  arrow (7)
 
  (305)      browser; if the icon has a small arrow at the lower left, it is
 
  (310)       has | been created by the small arrow in the lower left of the
 
  (487)    the list and is indicated by a red arrow to its left. As with Þ |
 
  (896)     Type Color Þ | (clicking the down arrow | brings down a list of
 
  (1003)           categories, click the down arrow to the Þ | right of the
 
  (1253)      pointer changes to a Þ | double arrow. | 2.?Click and drag the
 
  (1370)     the Up, Down, Left Þ | and Right Arrow keys. |   | Check for
 
  ascii (2)
 
  (903)       saved in either of two formats, ASCII or Þ | RTF. If you wish
 
  (906)              and graphics | than does ASCII. When you've done this,
 
  assess (1)
 
  (1204)    other or to pass on for others to assess. The ability to create
 
  assign (1)
 
  (993)     that had no content. |  | You can assign keywords to the thought
 
  associate (2)
 
  (1437)            earlier, when you wish to associate a thought with a Þ |
 
  (1466)          |  | You can use Windows to associate certain of your own
 
  attach (32)
 
  (256)    The Brain, you'll no doubt want to attach existing files to Þ |
 
  (261)        | 3.?Find the file you wish to attach to the thought. | 4.?If
 
  (275)        | 4.?Find the file you wish to attach to the thought. | 5.?If
 
  (320)    | dragging, see | Appendix A. |  | Attach a Shortcut to a
 
  (322)    Þ | into a thought. You can also | attach a shortcut using the
 
  (334)      Activate the thought you want to attach the web page to. For
 
  (341)    Selecting Content | If you want to attach a web page to an
 
  (343)        Þ | Content Window. | 2.?Click Attach Web Page. | 3.?If your
 
  (345)        be asked | whether you wish to attach that web page to the
 
  (346)    browser is closed or you | wish to attach a different page, type
 
  (346)           of the site you wish Þ | to attach. Note that in | either
 
  (351)       address of the page you want to attach. | 3.?After you have
 
  (586)    or over the active Þ | thought (to attach the file to the |
 
  (599)        the Notes Tool | allows you to attach text, pictures, sound,
 
  (650)     file back into your Brain and Þ | attach it to a thought all
 
  (890)           | Good news! If you want to attach more than one file to a
 
  (1076)     3 and 6. If the page you want to attach to a Þ | new thought is
 
  (1084)        the thought immediately. |  | Attach a Web Page to an
 
  (1085)     Page to an Existing Thought | To attach a web page to an
 
  (1088)     Select Content Window, click the Attach Web Page button. |
 
  (1089)      URL of the web page you wish to attach. |   | Thoughts
 
  (1104)    your e-mail, create a thought and attach a shortcut to the Þ |
 
  (1130)         a CD player, etc., | you can attach a shortcut to a thought
 
  (1442)      from Windows into the plex will attach to the Þ | thought not
 
  (1475)          Open File Menu. |  | If you attach a file with an
 
  (1476)      it is important that before you attach a Þ | file to a thought
 
  (1480)           it LETTER.1.DOC before you attach it to your thought. | 
 
  (1515)     | Section 7). |  | The files you attach to thoughts in each
 
  (1573)       but I can't create new ones or attach new Þ | files to
 
  (1591)            organized.? |  | I cannot attach a file, shortcut, or
 
  (1623)    game, photo editor, etc. | ? |  | attach - A thought may be
 
  (1628)      Window back to the | screen, or attach files by dragging them
 
  attachments (2)
 
  (1109)           Thoughts Containing E-Mail Attachments | Attachments to
 
  (1110)      Containing E-Mail Attachments | Attachments to e-mail messages
 
  auto (34)
 
  (108)      move around your Brain. |  | The Auto Hide Button | The Brain's
 
  (110)            it will be replaced by the auto hide Þ | button, which is
 
  (112)     the Brain Window again, click the auto hide button and it Þ |
 
  (115)                 web site, beneath the auto hide Þ | button will be
 
  (262)      thought. | 4.?If The Brain is in Auto hide mode, click the auto
 
  (262)       is in Auto hide mode, click the auto hide button to display Þ 
 
  (276)      thought. | 5.?If The Brain is in Auto hide mode, click the auto
 
  (276)       is in Auto hide mode, click the auto hide button to display Þ 
 
  (290)    The Brain. | 4.?If The Brain is in Auto hide, click the auto hide
 
  (290)      Brain is in Auto hide, click the auto hide button to display
 
  (580)    active Þ | thought. |  | Using the Auto Hide Button with Drag &
 
  (581)     disappears, it is replaced by the auto hide button, a Þ | small
 
  (584)             | 2.?Drag the file to the auto hide button. Keep in mind
 
  (585)        your mouse pointer touches the auto hide button, the plex
 
  (592)     disappearing by | turning off the Auto hide function (see
 
  (1080)     the URL | in your browser to the auto hide button. |   | You
 
  (1214)     | displayed on the desktop. |  | Auto Hide | The Brain's
 
  (1215)     | The Brain's default setting is Auto Hide. This means that
 
  (1216)      the screen, Þ | replaced by the auto hide | button, a small
 
  (1217)    logo inside. (The uses of the Þ | auto hide button in relation
 
  (1221)      | below). |  | You can drag the auto hide button to any of the
 
  (1222)     see "Docking," below). |  | When Auto Hide is off, other
 
  (1224)     | will never be out of site, the auto hide button will never be
 
  (1234)       also be docked by dragging the auto hide button to Þ |
 
  (1239)         and width | (see below). The auto hide button will not work
 
  (1312)         Þ | Excite, and others. |  | Auto Start The Brain |
 
  (1324)         Þ | Forgotten Thoughts. |  | Auto Open Web Pages | When you
 
  (1325)        Web Pages | When you turn the Auto Open Web Pages feature
 
  (1393)     be set using the slide bar. |  | Auto Open Circle | If you have
 
  (1394)        Circle | If you have selected Auto Open Web Pages in the
 
  (1625)     said to be "Þ | attached."? |  | auto hide button - When the
 
  (1625)    - When the Brain Window is set to Auto hide, it will Þ |
 
  (1626)          and will be replaced by the auto hide button,Þ | a small
 
  (1627)      blue Brain logo inside. Use the auto hide button to bring the
 
  autoplay (1)
 
  (54)         | 2.?If your computer supports Autoplay, skip to step 3.
 
  bar (13)
 
  (461)      Brain Window just below the menu bar functions like a Þ |
 
  (471)       dropping it just below the menu bar. If you wish to create a
 
  (472)        button just below the menu Þ | bar, or | ?Click on the
 
  (477)     pin, simply drag it into the menu bar or title bar. |   | Using
 
  (477)    drag it into the menu bar or title bar. |   | Using Pins for
 
  (552)        the Thought Menu from the menu bar, you can bring it up Þ |
 
  (897)       are Þ | available on the Button Bar at the top | of the Notes
 
  (1022)    selected time frame, along with a bar chart showing the relative
 
  (1277)            its entry on the Menu Þ | Bar or by right-clicking | in
 
  (1392)           can be set using the slide bar. |   | Auto Open Circle  |
 
  (1395)      be Þ | able to use this slide | bar to set the delay between a
 
  (1402)         Indicator. | With this slide bar you can set the speed of
 
  (1676)      displayed just below the | Menu Bar.? |   | plex - The visible
 
  based (7)
 
  (511)     to display a list of thoughts Þ | based on certain criteria. |
 
  (1026)       professionals whose billing is based on time, and people Þ |
 
  (1098)            The thought will be named based on the subject line of
 
  (1168)        you Þ | need to create a file based | on it. If you find you
 
  (1358)     set the plex to display them Þ | based on which was the last |
 
  (1359)          in the zone to be active or based on the total length of
 
  (1396)     seconds. You should set this Þ | based on the speed with |
 
  basic (8)
 
  (118)      Are Thoughts? | Thoughts are the basic building blocks of The
 
  (386)       desired gate. |  | And That's a Basic Brain | Congratulations!
 
  (439)      this Þ | example is still pretty basic | - a fully-developed
 
  (807)        to back it up or if you have a basic Brain built Þ | up and
 
  (1121)    Your Applications | There are two basic types of applications:
 
  (1156)    by allowing Þ | you to select the basic file | when you are
 
  (1162)       a template: |  | 1.?Create the basic file. Give it a name
 
  (1691)          Window.? |  | thought - The basic unit of The Brain.
 
  bit (2)
 
  (960)       All option simply selects every bit of information in the
 
  (1488)       Your Application | With just a bit of effort, it should be
 
  bits (1)
 
  (1037)     appear as | underlined, colorful bits of text or images, and
 
  blocks (1)
 
  (118)     | Thoughts are the basic building blocks of The Brain. A thought
 
  board (1)
 
  (461)     bar functions like a Þ | bulletin board onto which you | can
 
  bookmark (3)
 
  (32)        or Þ | scrolling through long | bookmark lists. There is no
 
  (1045)       Þ | is similar to creating a | bookmark, but the pages are
 
  (1072)        without your having to find a bookmark for Þ | another site
 
  bookmarks (8)
 
  (299)     your Window's 'My Documents', Þ | bookmarks, or favorites,
 
  (331)        to keep separate, disorganized bookmarks. | Web pages can be
 
  (1039)              problem by creating Þ | bookmarks to help you get to |
 
  (1040)      | frequently visited sites. But bookmarks are generally not
 
  (1300)    called "Favorites." |  | Netscape Bookmarks | Since The Brain
 
  (1301)        replaces Netscape Navigator's Bookmarks by allowing you to
 
  (1302)       import all of your Þ | current bookmarks. They will | be
 
  (1303)           called "Netscape Navigator Bookmarks." |   | Undo/Redo  |
 
  box (36)
 
  (95)     Þ | organized, you can check | the box marked " Import Existing
 
  (459)      list, and the instant activation box. |   | Pins  | The part of
 
  (498)           |  | The Instant Activation Box | Whether or not a thought
 
  (500)       by using the instant activation box. To bring up the Þ |
 
  (500)         up the Þ | instant activation box: |   | 1.?Press F2 on your
 
  (504)      rightmost thought. | 2.?When the box is displayed, type in the
 
  (507)           | 4.?The instant activation box can be closed by pressing
 
  (508)      using the Þ | instant activation box | will only activate the
 
  (563)           of the instant | activation box or for establishing links
 
  (633)        the "Link to existing thought" box. | 3.?Instead of typing a
 
  (635)    to. As with the instant activation box, The Brain will Þ | fill
 
  (637)         |  | (If you didn't check the box, The Brain will ask you
 
  (722)      | ?Using the instant activation box, or | ?Displaying
 
  (970)     Also, you will be able to check a box to instruct Notes to
 
  (1003)     to the Þ | right of the category box. |   | Parentless Thoughts
 
  (1217)    auto hide | button, a small black box with The Brain's logo
 
  (1283)       Import Existing Folders dialog box, add the folders you wish
 
  (1291)    |  | Desktop | You can check this box and import all of the
 
  (1294)    My Documents | You can check this box and import all of the
 
  (1298)        The Brain, you can check this box and import all of your
 
  (1302)        The Brain, you can check this box and import all of your Þ |
 
  (1334)     Siblings | Checking the Siblings box will set the plex to
 
  (1337)   |  | Distant Thoughts | Check this box if you wish to display the
 
  (1344)       right of a thought Þ | if this box is checked. A | red "A"
 
  (1361)     to flash in the plex. Check this box Þ | to make it stop.  |
 
  (1370)           Navigation | Checking this box allows use of the ALT key
 
  (1372)            Web Sites | Checking this box allows The Brain to
 
  (1409)     wallpaper, click the Þ | Enabled box and use the | Browse
 
  (1411)    check the Fill thought Background box, which will put a Þ | flat
 
  (1493)           Often, there Þ | will be a box marked | Save As Type,
 
  (1495)            format may appear in this box. | ?Check the file types
 
  (1502)              and look in the details box below for the correct Þ |
 
  (1546)     keys to navigate the plex. A red box around the Þ | thought
 
  (1549)    | F2??Open the instant activation box |   | Creating Thoughts  |
 
  (1651)    thought.? |  | instant activation box - Used to activate a
 
  (1652)       know, | the instant activation box is opened by clicking the
 
  brn (15)
 
  (812)       be c:\My Brains | 2.?Click the .brn file whose filename is the
 
  (814)       wish Þ | to copy followed by | _brn. | 4.?Click the Edit Menu.
 
  (820)      making sure that the file has a .brn extension and the folder
 
  (820)         and the folder Þ | ends with _brn. |   | The new Brain will
 
  (823)        Þ | the following: |  | ?The .brn file may be too large to
 
  (825)       to Þ | create the files in the _brn | folder.  | ? Shortcuts
 
  (832)     do. |  | 1.?In Windows, find the .brn file of the Brain you wish
 
  (834)      currently | open. | 2.?Drag the .brn file into the open Brain's
 
  (1511)     containing Brain data are called brn files - that's their
 
  (1511)        extension. The Þ | size of a .brn file depends upon | how
 
  (1513)       named as | follows: Brain Name.brn, where Brain Name is the
 
  (1516)    Brain | name with the characters _brn after the name. So for a
 
  (1517)    be stored in the folder Lou Green_brn. You will need to look Þ |
 
  (1607)    Brain itself, make a copy of the .brn file located in the Þ |
 
  (1608)     copy the entire contents of the _brn Þ | folder associated with
 
  browse (1)
 
  (1410)    the Þ | Enabled box and use the | Browse button to find the
 
  browser (21)
 
  (115)     on your desktop. |  | If your web browser is at a Brain-Enabled
 
  (305)    | icon would be that of your | web browser; if the icon has a
 
  (330)    is active will launch your web Þ | browser and bring up that |
 
  (336)    your thoughts.) | 2.?Open your Web Browser and go to a fun web
 
  (337)     a link to anywhere on the Þ | web browser. The web | page's
 
  (344)         Attach Web Page. | 3.?If your browser is open, the current
 
  (345)    to the active thought. If your Þ | browser is closed or you |
 
  (349)    | By Naming | With or without your browser open, you can create a
 
  (852)     | opened Brains. |  | If your web browser is at a Brain-Enabled
 
  (871)      above procedures is the Netscape browser. To bring Þ | a web
 
  (1042)     | completely isolated within the browser, separate from your
 
  (1077)       thought is currently on | your browser, you can drag directly
 
  (1077)        directly from any gate to the browser to create Þ | a
 
  (1080)       icon next to the URL | in your browser to the auto hide
 
  (1129)    don't create files, such as a Web browser, a game, a Þ |
 
  (1325)       Brain will launch Þ | your web browser and | load the page
 
  (1372)          URL locations from your Þ | browser to locate any Brain- |
 
  (1579)    more successful using another Þ | browser, such as | Microsoft
 
  (1594)       containing a web page, and the browser opens but the Þ | page
 
  (1597)               Or, configure your Þ | browser to open your |
 
  (1621)      a word processor, database, web browser, Þ | game, photo
 
  button (56)
 
  (54)      3. Otherwise, click the Þ | Start button, then select | Run.
 
  (108)        your Brain. |  | The Auto Hide Button | The Brain's default
 
  (110)      be replaced by the auto hide Þ | button, which is always on |
 
  (112)     Window again, click the auto hide button and it Þ | will
 
  (115)       site, beneath the auto hide Þ | button will be the name of |
 
  (201)            | 2.?Now release the mouse button. | 3.?A window will
 
  (262)        hide mode, click the auto hide button to display Þ | the
 
  (263)       | simply drag the file over the button). | 5.?Drag the file to
 
  (276)        hide mode, click the auto hide button to display Þ | the
 
  (277)       | simply drag the file over the button). | 6.? Drag the file
 
  (290)     in Auto hide, click the auto hide button to display the Þ |
 
  (291)     simply | drag the folder over the button). | 5.?Drag the folder
 
  (324)        the Create Shortcut to File... button. | 3.?Find the file to
 
  (381)          |  | 1.?With the right mouse button, click the Start Menu
 
  (472)          there by releasing the mouse button just below the menu Þ |
 
  (580)     thought. |  | Using the Auto Hide Button with Drag & Drop | When
 
  (581)       it is replaced by the auto hide button, a Þ | small black
 
  (584)     2.?Drag the file to the auto hide button. Keep in mind the
 
  (585)         pointer touches the auto hide button, the plex will Þ |
 
  (843)      | History. Click the appropriate button to use the tool you
 
  (847)         Window is a context-sensitive button. Until you become a
 
  (848)          Þ | user of The Brain, the | button will read Purchase and
 
  (850)    |  | Once you have registered, the button will read Recent, and
 
  (852)     site (see Section 9), another Þ | button will appear, | allowing
 
  (897)      Bullets are Þ | available on the Button Bar at the top | of the
 
  (935)           screen: | ?Click the Print button to send the document to
 
  (936)       printer, or | ?Click the Close button or press ESC to return
 
  (938)         in order to display the Close button.) |   | Abandon Changes
 
  (985)      (URL). |  | Clicking the Details button provides information
 
  (990)      the thought, there will be a Þ | button marked Select Content. 
 
  (1031)     Solitaire. |  | Click the Update button to refresh the list. | 
 
  (1057)      a site that is Brain-Enabled, a button will appear Þ | on your
 
  (1058)      Brain Available. Click that Þ | button and the web Brain will
 
  (1059)     you are in a web Brain, a second button will Þ | appear bearing
 
  (1080)     in your browser to the auto hide button. |   | You can also
 
  (1088)    Window, click the Attach Web Page button. | 3.?You will be asked
 
  (1165)     Select Content Window, click the button marked Add Þ |
 
  (1217)      Þ | replaced by the auto hide | button, a small black box with
 
  (1217)       (The uses of the Þ | auto hide button in relation to |
 
  (1221)      |  | You can drag the auto hide button to any of the four
 
  (1224)        be out of site, the auto hide button will never be
 
  (1234)     docked by dragging the auto hide button to Þ | different parts
 
  (1236)    which side of the display the Þ | button is attached to. |   |
 
  (1239)         | (see below). The auto hide button will not work with this
 
  (1257)      this. |  | When set to Float, a button will appear on the top
 
  (1267)    small notch called the | Splitter Button. Clicking the Splitter
 
  (1267)        Button. Clicking the Splitter Button will change the
 
  (1382)      to Defaults | If you click this button, all the settings in
 
  (1410)     Enabled box and use the | Browse button to find the wallpaper
 
  (1577)    To register, | click the Purchase button on the upper right of
 
  (1625)      "Þ | attached."? |  | auto hide button - When the Brain Window
 
  (1626)    will be replaced by the auto hide button,Þ | a small black
 
  (1627)       logo inside. Use the auto hide button to bring the Þ | Brain
 
  (1663)     the Tool Window when | the Notes button is clicked. Notes can
 
  (1678)     Tools Window when the Properties Button is Þ | clicked,
 
  (1683)     that appears when the Search Þ | Button is clicked. Search |
 
  c (5)
 
  (811)          | installation, this will be c:\My Brains | 2.?Click the
 
  (1345)       last 15 minutes. A Þ | yellow "C" indicates that the |
 
  (1509)       program will Þ | be located in C:\Program | Files\The Brain.
 
  (1510)      your computer are stored Þ | in c:\My Brains. Files |
 
  (1568)       | CTRL-H?Replace |  | Appendix C - The Illustrated Brain |   
 
  cable (1)
 
  (823)    to be done Þ | via a direct serial cable | connection or
 
  cancel (2)
 
  (940)           | Choose Abandon Changes to cancel any changes you've made
 
  (941)     the Note, this function will only cancel changes made since the
 
  cd (1)
 
  (1129)    browser, a game, a Þ | utility, a CD player, etc., | you can
 
  cd-rom (4)
 
  (52)         system in any way. |  | From a CD-ROM |   | 1.?Insert The
 
  (53)    a CD-ROM |  | 1.?Insert The Brain's CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. 
 
  (53)            The Brain's CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. | 2.?If your
 
  (55)        D: indicates the letter of your CD-ROM drive) and Þ | press
 
  center (5)
 
  (124)      |  | The Active Thought | At the center of the plex is the
 
  (1400)    The active thought appears in the center of the plex.
 
  (1589)         |  | I can't find the top or center of my Brain.? |   |
 
  (1614)          - To bring a thought to the center of the plex and make it
 
  (1616)      active Þ | thought occupies the center | of the plex and is
 
  chain (1)
 
  (444)      each other are related through a chain Þ | of links. Even, say,
 
  chart (1)
 
  (1022)         time frame, along with a bar chart showing the relative Þ |
 
  check (20)
 
  (94)       files are Þ | organized, you can check | the box marked "
 
  (203)     4.?Press ENTER or click the green check mark. |   | That's one
 
  (209)     4.?Press ENTER or click the green check mark. |   | Note that
 
  (221)     3.?Press ENTER or click the green check mark. |   | When you
 
  (633)       or using the Thought Menu. | 2.?Check the "Link to existing
 
  (637)            ENTER. |  | (If you didn't check the box, The Brain will
 
  (970)        |  | Also, you will be able to check a box to instruct Notes
 
  (1282)      your Brain at any time. |  | 1.?Check the Import Existing
 
  (1291)      a Brain. |  | Desktop | You can check this box and import all
 
  (1294)          |  | My Documents | You can check this box and import all
 
  (1298)     from | within The Brain, you can check this box and import all
 
  (1302)     | from within The Brain, you can check this box and import all
 
  (1337)              |  | Distant Thoughts | Check this box if you wish to
 
  (1361)    the pointer to flash in the plex. Check this box Þ | to make it
 
  (1364)        time as The Brain. Þ | If you check this option, | The Brain
 
  (1371)       Þ | and Right Arrow keys. |  | Check for Brain-Enabled Web
 
  (1411)        you choose, | you may wish to check the Fill thought
 
  (1491)        from each application. |  | ?Check the application's
 
  (1493)     saving and retrieving files. | ?Check the application's Save
 
  (1496)          may appear in this box. | ?Check the file types that have
 
  click (80)
 
  (27)      way you think. |  | With a simple click and drag interface you
 
  (54)             skip to step 3. Otherwise, click the Þ | Start button,
 
  (71)    support |  | To purchase The Brain, click on the Help Menu and
 
  (75)            with a help system. |  | 1.?Click the Help Menu. |
 
  (86)           Time, Monday through Friday. Click on the Help Menu and
 
  (91)         | a Brain of your own. |  | 1.?Click the Brain Menu. |
 
  (112)    to display the Brain Window again, click the auto hide button and
 
  (130)     | showing its related | thoughts. Click your name again and it
 
  (167)       to explore. To open it: |  | 1.?Click the Help Menu. |
 
  (170)     the bottom of the opening screen, click "Open Lou's Brain." |   
 
  (199)     active thought. Using your mouse, click the Þ | child gate and
 
  (203)      word "Work." | 4.?Press ENTER or click the green check mark. | 
 
  (205)          way. |  | 1.?Above the plex, click the Thought Menu. (The
 
  (209)        "Þ | Fun." | 4.?Press ENTER or click the green check mark. | 
 
  (213)     To activate a thought, Þ | simply click on it. |   | Creating a
 
  (221)          "Order." | 3.?Press ENTER or click the green check mark. | 
 
  (231)     | example, activate "Order." | 2.?Click on the active thought
 
  (241)     save it and exit Notepad. |  | 1.?Click the X on the upper right
 
  (262)       The Brain is in Auto hide mode, click the auto hide button to
 
  (276)       The Brain is in Auto hide mode, click the auto hide button to
 
  (290)    | 4.?If The Brain is in Auto hide, click the auto hide button to
 
  (299)          Þ | bookmarks, or favorites, click | the Options Menu and
 
  (324)        doesn't Þ | have content. | 2.?Click the Create Shortcut to
 
  (326)     wish to create the shortcut. | 4.?Click Open. |   | The shortcut
 
  (342)     |  | 1.?Activate that thought and click it once. This brings up
 
  (343)       Select Þ | Content Window. | 2.?Click Attach Web Page. | 3.?If
 
  (381)     | 1.?With the right mouse button, click the Start Menu on the
 
  (465)       important thoughts. |  | Simply click the desired pin and the
 
  (473)        below the menu Þ | bar, or | ?Click on the Thought Menu and
 
  (491)      on the past thought list, simply click it Þ | - the plex will
 
  (501)     thought list is Þ | displayed and click on the | rightmost
 
  (517)    ALT key. |  | To launch a thought, click it or press ALT-ENTER. |
 
  (688)          procedure is simple: |  | 1.?Click the line connecting the
 
  (689)      mean to unlink the two thoughts. Click Yes Þ | if you do.  |   
 
  (701)        |  | To forget a thought: |  | Click the line linking it to
 
  (707)        related only to it. Þ | If you click an active | thought's
 
  (711)      thought you | wish to keep, then click OK. |   | If you wish to
 
  (727)       this feature on or off: |  | 1.?Click the Options Menu. |
 
  (749)       are displayed (see above). | 3.?Click the dotted line linking
 
  (754)          thoughts are displayed. | 3.?Click the Thought Menu. |
 
  (758)    hold down the SHIFT key as Þ | you click the link. | Deleting a
 
  (765)      thought you | wish to keep, then click OK. |   | If you wish to
 
  (772)       not the thought itself: |  | 1.?Click the Thought Menu or open
 
  (812)        this will be c:\My Brains | 2.?Click the .brn file whose
 
  (815)    | to copy followed by | _brn. | 4.?Click the Edit Menu. |
 
  (836)      if you wish to import the Brain. Click Yes. Þ | Clicking No
 
  (843)    Properties, Search, and | History. Click the appropriate button
 
  (880)      time, though you can by: |  | 1.?Click the File Menu. |
 
  (883)           file in any folder. |  | 1.?Click the File Menu. |
 
  (886)       in which to save the Note. | 4.?Click OK. |   | The Note will
 
  (910)      the imported text to Þ | appear, click the Edit | Menu.  |
 
  (921)           file in any folder. |  | 1.?Click the File Menu. |
 
  (924)       in which to save the Note. | 4.?Click OK. |   | The Note will
 
  (935)        to the Þ | editing screen: | ?Click the Print button to send
 
  (936)       document to the printer, or | ?Click the Close button or
 
  (937)           you will not be Þ | able to click Close. | Resize the
 
  (972)       or as an | image. |  | When you click OK, The Brain will open
 
  (991)     | button marked Select Content. | Click it to create a file.
 
  (1002)         from the Search List, simply click it. |   | To see a list
 
  (1003)       of other available categories, click the down arrow to the Þ 
 
  (1031)    been devoted to | Solitaire. |  | Click the Update button to
 
  (1058)      site has a web Brain Available. Click that Þ | button and the
 
  (1086)      to an existing thought: |  | 1.?Click Select Content in the
 
  (1088)     2.?At the Select Content Window, click the Attach Web Page
 
  (1146)       Þ | copy of the file. If you | click Yes, you will lose any
 
  (1151)     begin to work on the next draft, click the Thought Menu and Þ |
 
  (1165)     reach the Select Content Window, click the button marked Add Þ 
 
  (1169)    the Select Þ | Content Window and click | Remove Template.  |   
 
  (1196)         the destination folder. | 4.?Click Save. |   | If you wish
 
  (1215)     This means that whenever you Þ | click your mouse pointer in |
 
  (1240)       Brain Þ | Window in this case, click | its entry on the
 
  (1254)          to a Þ | double arrow. | 2.?Click and drag the side of the
 
  (1284)         you wish to Þ | import. | 3.?Click OK. |   | The Brain will
 
  (1382)     Preferences to Defaults | If you click this button, all the
 
  (1409)      wish to use your own wallpaper, click the Þ | Enabled box and
 
  (1482)     going to move into The Brain and click it once. | 3.?If it does
 
  (1483)      the correct filename extension, click the filename Þ | once
 
  (1498)     | 1.?Open Windows Explorer. | 2.?Click the View Menu. |
 
  (1500)      Menu. | 3.?Choose Options. | 4.?Click the tab marked File
 
  (1577)    Þ | your software. To register, | click the Purchase button on
 
  clicking (33)
 
  (128)      |  | A thought is made active by clicking it when it is visible
 
  (128)    it is visible in the plex. Try Þ | clicking the thought called |
 
  (206)    can also be Þ | opened by right- | clicking the active thought.) 
 
  (250)      a file or web page to a thought, clicking on it when Þ | it is
 
  (330)      page is attached | to a thought, clicking the thought when it
 
  (384)    installation, this can be found by clicking Programs, then
 
  (483)       and can be turned on and off by clicking the Þ | red triangle
 
  (485)      on, you can scroll through it by clicking the green arrows Þ |
 
  (512)         a thought in a Search List by clicking on that thought's
 
  (661)         it the active thought and Þ | clicking on it. Then print
 
  (692)    also still activate the thought by clicking its entry on the past
 
  (712)     but not its relatives, instead of clicking Þ | the dotted line,
 
  (720)      | a forgotten thought by: |  | ?Clicking its pin, | ?Clicking
 
  (721)      by: |  | ?Clicking its pin, | ?Clicking its entry in the past
 
  (732)     they are | displayed on the plex. Clicking these will both
 
  (766)     but not its relatives, instead of clicking Þ | the dotted line,
 
  (790)    out of your Brain. This is done by clicking the Þ |
 
  (800)        with the | file by a shortcut. Clicking the thought will
 
  (836)      import the Brain. Click Yes. Þ | Clicking No will create a
 
  (848)       | button will read Purchase and clicking it will bring up a
 
  (850)      the button will read Recent, and clicking it will Þ | bring up
 
  (892)      Þ | drag the icons into Notes. | Clicking the icon in Notes
 
  (896)            Underline, Type Color Þ | (clicking the down arrow |
 
  (899)       features may be accessed by Þ | clicking Notes' File Menu | or
 
  (985)          Resource Locator (URL). |  | Clicking the Details button
 
  (1086)         or launch the thought by Þ | clicking it when it is |
 
  (1139)     into the open application Þ | by clicking the active | thought.
 
  (1267)        called the | Splitter Button. Clicking the Splitter Button
 
  (1277)       Menu can be brought up both by clicking its entry on the Menu
 
  (1467)             in | Windows Explorer by Clicking the View Menu, then
 
  (1619)        thought can be | launched, by clicking it. A thought that is
 
  (1619)       active can be Activated by Þ | clicking it or its pin or
 
  (1652)          activation box is opened by clicking the rightmost thought
 
  clipboard (4)
 
  (948)       selection and store | it in the clipboard while choosing Copy
 
  (948)       stores the selection in the Þ | clipboard. You can move |
 
  (952)       moves information stored in the clipboard into Notes. This
 
  (957)      store the Þ | information in the clipboard. The | only way to
 
  com (6)
 
  (6)              web site - www.natrificial.com. |   | Version 1.02  |
 
  (79)     | area at | http://www.natrificial.com. All three of these
 
  (83)    department at neurology@natrificial.com. |   | Phone Technical
 
  (336)    example http://www.Þ | desktoptoys.com. | 3.?From one of the
 
  (1065)              site at www.natrificial.com. Our site also includes
 
  (1569)    download Þ | from www.natrificial.com. |   | Appendix D -
 
  combination (2)
 
  (863)     Þ | a sound, a shortcut, or any | combination of these. |   |
 
  (1663)         is clicked. Notes can be any combination of text, images,
 
  command (2)
 
  (648)      Þ | should not use the Save As | command to change either the
 
  (1307)    Þ | redone is noted next to the | command. Remember that the
 
  compact (2)
 
  (1610)    it mean when The Brain asks me to compact it?? |   | If you
 
  (1611)     will be asked if you Þ | want to compact your Brain. | This
 
  compatible (2)
 
  (888)         word processing | application compatible with Windows 95. | 
 
  (926)         word processing | application compatible with Windows 95. | 
 
  compuserve (1)
 
  (1105)    services, such as America Online, CompuServe, Prodigy, Þ | and
 
  computer (24)
 
  (12)       that enables you to use Þ | your computer the way | you use
 
  (14)           to Þ | think less about your computer | and more about your
 
  (29)          Þ | you will find that | your computer becomes easier to
 
  (33)      With The Brain, you organize your computer around Þ | your
 
  (43)             Þ | your brain into your | computer. |   | 2. Setup  |   
 
  (46)           | The Brain will work on any computer running Windows 95,
 
  (54)    into the CD-ROM drive. | 2.?If your computer supports Autoplay,
 
  (233)       all of the applications on your computer that are Þ | capable
 
  (260)      | 2.?Open Windows Explorer or My Computer. (You can also drag
 
  (274)      | 3.?Open Windows Explorer or My Computer. (You can also drag
 
  (288)      | 2.?Open Windows Explorer or My Computer. | 3.?Find the folder
 
  (382)    the programs installed on your Þ | computer. | 3.?Find the
 
  (806)    drive to another or to another Þ | computer. You would | most
 
  (822)     Brain is copied or moved from one computer to another, keep in
 
  (825)       hard disk drive. | ?The second computer will need to have the
 
  (827)       not work unless the destination computer can Þ | access the
 
  (828)     access the files from the first | computer. |   | Importing
 
  (1179)     | you open your Brain from | any computer on the LAN, but you
 
  (1198)          |  | Multiple Brains on One Computer | You can create as
 
  (1205)           useful if | you share your computer with somebody else.
 
  (1438)     need to use Windows Explorer, My Computer, or Þ | the desktop
 
  (1443)            if you're sharing Þ | the computer with someone | who
 
  (1510)       for each Brain created on your computer are stored Þ | in
 
  (1584)          from Windows Explorer or My Computer.? |   | Can I change
 
  configuration (1)
 
  (50)    will not change your Þ | computer's configuration or | interfere
 
  connecting (2)
 
  (688)     is simple: |  | 1.?Click the line connecting the thought to the
 
  (1657)      thoughts.? |  | link - The line connecting two thoughts in the
 
  connection (6)
 
  (80)    if you have established an Internet connection. |   | E-Mail
 
  (659)    | that you have an open Internet | connection so that the page
 
  (824)       Þ | via a direct serial cable | connection or removable hard
 
  (1596)     You do not have an open Internet connection. There are two ways
 
  (1597)     the web page, open your Internet connection. Or, configure your
 
  (1598)    | browser to open your | Internet connection automatically when
 
  container (2)
 
  (18)    structure. |  | The human mind is a container for a virtually
 
  (34)          on content Þ | instead of its container. |   | How does The
 
  control (1)
 
  (1056)        It's like having a Þ | remote control for the site. |   | If
 
  converting (1)
 
  (1048)        alongside your calculator for converting money, which is
 
  copy (39)
 
  (313)    Þ | its folder and make an | exact copy in your Brain. This
 
  (649)      do need to Save Þ | As to make a copy of the | original file,
 
  (652)         (see | Section 10) or use the Copy thought function (see
 
  (802)            and Files | If you wish to copy the active thought, you
 
  (802)    thought, you can do so by choosing Copy Þ | Thought on the
 
  (803)    Thought on the Thought | Menu. The copy will be linked as a child
 
  (803)       original and will Þ | be named "Copy of name of | active
 
  (807)     computer. You would | most likely copy a Brain to back it up or
 
  (808)       as a starting point. Before you copy a Þ | Brain, see Appendix
 
  (812)     name of the Brain you wish to Þ | copy or move. | 3.?CTRL-click
 
  (813)     name of the Brain you wish Þ | to copy followed by | _brn.  |
 
  (816)            the Edit Menu. | 5.?Choose Copy (or Cut to move a
 
  (817)     the location to which you want to copy or move your Brain. |
 
  (862)     can contain text that you type or copy, an object like a picture
 
  (869)       not support OLE, you can try to copy and paste into Þ | Notes.
 
  (884)     the File Menu. | 2.?Choose Save a Copy. | 3.?Choose a folder in
 
  (909)         the portion that you want and copy it. | 2.?With your cursor
 
  (919)     changes to the Notes. |  | Save a Copy | As mentioned above, you
 
  (922)     the File Menu. | 2.?Choose Save a Copy. | 3.?Choose a folder in
 
  (945)    |  | Notes' Edit Menu |  | Cut and Copy | Cut and Copy perform
 
  (946)      Menu |  | Cut and Copy | Cut and Copy perform the same
 
  (948)    it in the clipboard while choosing Copy just stores the selection
 
  (949)        applications using the Cut and Copy Þ | functions of Notes
 
  (961)         for | example, if you wish to copy and paste the entire
 
  (1103)       support drag and drop, you can copy Þ | your messages to
 
  (1145)      " revert" to the last saved Þ | copy of the file. If you |
 
  (1151)      the Thought Menu and Þ | choose Copy Thought. | 2.? Rename the
 
  (1152)       Copy Thought. | 2.? Rename the copy to reflect the new
 
  (1197)      wish to give others access to a copy of a file, simply drag
 
  (1449)       | CTRL-dropping makes an exact copy of the file and moves the
 
  (1449)       copy of the file and moves the copy into your Þ | Brain.
 
  (1451)     | file, you will be working on a copy - changes you make will
 
  (1453)         if you only want to create a copy of the file. |   |
 
  (1456)    how The Brain stores | files). No copy will exist in the file's
 
  (1561)           Note | CTRL-X?Cut | CTRL-C?Copy | CTRL-V?Paste  |
 
  (1574)      |  | Are you using a registered copy of The Brain? The
 
  (1574)      of The Brain? The demonstration copy you Þ | may have
 
  (1607)    back up your Brain itself, make a copy of the .brn file located
 
  (1608)       files associated with a Brain, copy the entire contents of
 
  create (109)
 
  (25)    and web pages. By | allowing you to create links and associations
 
  (27)       click and drag interface you can create and navigate through Þ 
 
  (35)    accomplish this? By allowing you to create a simple, Þ | dynamic
 
  (36)    dynamic graphical map in | which to create and navigate all your
 
  (102)    of interconnected thoughts. As you create and Þ | move between
 
  (132)          in Section 5. |  | Before we create more thoughts, lets
 
  (147)           | Jump thoughts are used to create relationships without
 
  (154)    a link. The gates | can be used to create new thoughts, create
 
  (154)       be used to create new thoughts, create new links to existing
 
  (195)        the first several thoughts you create will likely be Þ |
 
  (198)     heading of your Brain. |  | Let's create two child thoughts. | 
 
  (202)     window will appear asking you to "Create Child." For our
 
  (204)     mark. |  | That's one down. Let's create the next child thought
 
  (207)      the active thought.) | 2.?Choose Create Child. | 3.?The same
 
  (208)          Create Child. | 3.?The same "Create Child" window appears.
 
  (212)            it. This helps you quickly create Þ | many relationships
 
  (215)        a Child From a Child | You can create a new child thought
 
  (222)       green check mark. |  | When you create a new thought from a
 
  (229)    files Þ | or web pages. |  | Let's create some content. |   |
 
  (230)     the thought for which you want to create content. For our Þ |
 
  (254)     | a file, you no longer need | to create or remember filenames
 
  (258)       to The Brain. |  | Drag File to Create Thought |   | 1.?
 
  (270)     File to Existing Thought |  | 1.? Create a child thought and
 
  (281)         | name. |  | Drag a Folder to Create Multiple Thoughts | If
 
  (324)      Þ | have content. | 2.?Click the Create Shortcut to File...
 
  (325)         the file to which you wish to create the shortcut. |
 
  (349)    without your browser open, you can create a new thought with a
 
  (350)    |  | 1.?Drag from a gate or choose Create Thought from the
 
  (372)    But Þ | applications that do not | create files - such as games,
 
  (402)      Brain." From "My Brain," you Þ | create a | child thought
 
  (404)             parent Þ | thought. | You create four child thoughts
 
  (406)    ?Now you go to each department and create more child thoughts,
 
  (453)    Depending on the relationships you create between them, thoughts
 
  (471)    below the menu bar. If you wish to create a pin of the Þ | active
 
  (473)        on the Thought Menu and choose Create Pin. |   | Remember,
 
  (474)            when you drag a thought to create a pin, you are not
 
  (479)       | Pins can also be used to help create links between thoughts.
 
  (496)   |  | Using the Past Thought List to Create Links | The past
 
  (497)         list can also be used to help create links between Þ |
 
  (527)          | upon the relationships you create between thoughts. In
 
  (527)        we'll Þ | look at some ways to create | those links and
 
  (540)         with others. We | suggest you create only one Brain for all
 
  (540)          although you Þ | may want to create several | for
 
  (542)          11). |  | (Any new Brain you create will automatically have
 
  (559)      entirety. |  | It is possible to create more than one thought
 
  (559)      the same name. If you Þ | try to create a thought | whose name
 
  (561)          with that name you | want to create a link to the existing
 
  (561)         thought. If you still want to create Þ | the new thought,
 
  (572)      we learned in Section 3, you can create a new thought by: |   |
 
  (577)        | ?Using keyboard commands to create a child (F10), parent
 
  (578)       though, there is still a way to create Þ | a new thought, but
 
  (594)     Thoughts at Once | If you wish to create several thoughts of the
 
  (595)        of the thought you Þ | want to create, type all the | names,
 
  (604)        |  | There are several ways to create links between existing
 
  (608)       from an Þ | inactive thought to create a | new thought, the
 
  (611)      not change. |  | You can drag to create a link between active
 
  (615)      in the Plex | You cannot drag to create a link directly to a
 
  (619)          |  | Drag to a Pin | You can create a link to a thought
 
  (621)     a large number of other thoughts, create a pin for it Þ | and
 
  (621)           create a pin for it Þ | and create links in this | manner.
 
  (632)      Þ | you want to link to. |  | 1.?Create a new thought, either
 
  (637)      you wish to Þ | make the link or create a | new thought by that
 
  (641)      you must manually save files you create with your Þ |
 
  (657)        launch the application used to create the file and Þ |
 
  (807)       built Þ | up and then wanted to create | different Brains with
 
  (825)     the same applications used to Þ | create the files in the _brn |
 
  (834)        into the open Brain's plex and create the Þ | relationship
 
  (836)       Click Yes. Þ | Clicking No will create a link | from the open
 
  (891)       be | happy to hear that you can create shortcut icons for
 
  (904)      Þ | application that you used to create it | and save or export
 
  (966)   |  | Insert Object | If you wish to create or edit an object such
 
  (968)     to select the type of | object to create and giving you the
 
  (968)          and giving you the option to create a new object or create
 
  (968)      option to create a new object or create Þ | an object from an
 
  (991)         Select Content. | Click it to create a file. This produces a
 
  (1075)       pages you want, you can easily create thoughts of them by Þ |
 
  (1077)      from any gate to the browser to create Þ | a thought named
 
  (1079)     the | page's title. |  | You can create a thought for a web
 
  (1081)        drag from a thought's gate to create a new thought. When The
 
  (1096)      will most likely be Þ | able to create thoughts out | of
 
  (1104)      To | launch all of your e-mail, create a thought and attach a
 
  (1121)    types of applications: those that create files and Þ | those
 
  (1123)     both. |  | For applications that create files, an advantage of
 
  (1126)        on your ideas. Also, when you create a file, choosing the Þ 
 
  (1129)     |  | For applications that don't create files, such as a Web
 
  (1131)      one parent thought, you can Þ | create a pin that will
 
  (1161)     with an Þ | application. |  | To create a template: |   |
 
  (1162)   |  | To create a template: |  | 1.?Create the basic file. Give it
 
  (1164)          or "Invoice Template." | 2.?Create a thought for which the
 
  (1168)          it whenever you Þ | need to create a file based | on it.
 
  (1182)       environment, you might wish to create a Brain for each
 
  (1185)        information, you will have to create separate Brains and set
 
  (1199)     Brains on One Computer | You can create as many Brains as you
 
  (1201)          when it Þ | is desirable to create | multiple Brains.  | 
 
  (1203)       Brains. |  | You might want to create a different Brain for
 
  (1204)     others to assess. The ability to create multiple Þ | Brains is
 
  (1205)    with somebody else. Each user can create his or her Þ | own
 
  (1209)            preferences. When Þ | you create a new Brain, | it will
 
  (1285)    |  | The Brain will automatically create child thoughts named
 
  (1288)        from a folder, The Brain will create a child thought named
 
  (1453)      this method if you only want to create a copy of the file. | 
 
  (1470)          Any new thought content you create will automatically Þ |
 
  (1528)          you will | have to manually create relationships between
 
  (1551)        key combinations will let you create thoughts with one of
 
  (1553)     to the active thought. |  | F10??Create child thought |
 
  (1554)     F10??Create child thought | F11??Create parent thought |
 
  (1555)    F11??Create parent thought | F12??Create jump thought |   |
 
  (1573)         all my thoughts, but I can't create new ones or attach new
 
  (1645)           each of which is used to | create a link with a specific
 
  ctrl (1)
 
  (312)      options. |  | ?If you hold down CTRL as you drop the file, you
 
  ctrl-a (1)
 
  (1564)         | CTRL-V?Paste | DEL?Clear | CTRL-A?Select All |
 
  ctrl-c (1)
 
  (1561)     CTRL-P?Print Note | CTRL-X?Cut | CTRL-C?Copy | CTRL-V?Paste  |
 
  ctrl-click (1)
 
  (813)    you wish to Þ | copy or move. | 3.?CTRL-click the folder whose
 
  ctrl-dropping (2)
 
  (1448)       from changing file names. |  | CTRL-dropping Files |
 
  (1449)    names. |  | CTRL-dropping Files | CTRL-dropping makes an exact
 
  ctrl-f (1)
 
  (1565)    | DEL?Clear | CTRL-A?Select All | CTRL-F?Find | F3??Search Web  
 
  ctrl-h (1)
 
  (1567)     | CTRL-F?Find | F3??Search Web | CTRL-H?Replace |   | Appendix
 
  ctrl-p (1)
 
  (1559)      a Note. |  | CTRL-S?Save Note | CTRL-P?Print Note | CTRL-X?Cut
 
  ctrl-s (1)
 
  (1558)    when you are editing a Note. |  | CTRL-S?Save Note |
 
  ctrl-v (1)
 
  (1562)    Note | CTRL-X?Cut | CTRL-C?Copy | CTRL-V?Paste | DEL?Clear  |
 
  ctrl-x (1)
 
  (1560)           Note | CTRL-P?Print Note | CTRL-X?Cut | CTRL-C?Copy  |
 
  cursor (2)
 
  (910)      want and copy it. | 2.?With your cursor in Notes at the point
 
  (1485)    mode. Press the END key. | 5.?The cursor is now at the end of
 
  customer (2)
 
  (238)    following into the document: "Dear Customer, This is to inform Þ 
 
  (404)         from "My Company" - "Sales," "Customer Þ | Service,"  |
 
  customizable (1)
 
  (1209)        Each Brain has its own set of customizable preferences. When
 
  d (3)
 
  (55)        button, then select | Run. Type D:Setup (where D: indicates
 
  (55)      select | Run. Type D:Setup (where D: indicates the letter of
 
  (1570)                        |  | Appendix D - Troubleshooting | Below
 
  data (3)
 
  (23)      Brain uses a brand new concept, a data format called "thoughts."
 
  (189)        right alongside other types of data. |   | Since Lou always
 
  (1511)     Brains. Files | containing Brain data are called brn files -
 
  database (1)
 
  (1621)            such as a word processor, database, web browser, Þ |
 
  default (8)
 
  (109)    The Auto Hide Button | The Brain's default setting is to
 
  (383)      Solitaire. (With the Þ | Windows default | installation, this
 
  (810)    is stored. If you Þ | accepted the default | installation, this
 
  (999)             by Þ | category. |  | The default category is "All
 
  (1210)      Brain, | it will be set up with default preferences. When you
 
  (1215)         |  | Auto Hide | The Brain's default setting is Auto Hide.
 
  (1382)           will be reset to Þ | their default settings. This will |
 
  (1509)          | If you accept The Brain's default installation location,
 
  del (1)
 
  (1563)       | CTRL-C?Copy | CTRL-V?Paste | DEL?Clear | CTRL-A?Select All
 
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  (544)      support. However, if you wish to delete Þ | this link, we will
 
  (625)     Þ | two thoughts - if you later | delete the pin, the link
 
  (746)            a deleted thought. |  | To delete a thought: |   |
 
  (750)         | 4.?Confirm that you want to delete the thought. |   |
 
  (755)         the Thought Menu. | 4.?Choose Delete Thought. |   | Whenever
 
  (756)     Delete Thought. |  | Whenever you delete a thought that has
 
  (758)            you risk deleting. |  | To delete a thought without first
 
  (761)    when deleting Þ | thoughts. If you delete an active | thought's
 
  (762)      will assume that Þ | you want to delete everything | except the
 
  (766)    then click OK. |  | If you wish to delete a thought but not its
 
  (767)              the | thought and choose Delete Thought. The Brain will
 
  (767)        Delete Thought. The Brain will delete the thought and Þ |
 
  (771)          to Thoughts | If you wish to delete the content of a
 
  (773)              the thought. | 2.?Choose Delete File, Delete Web Page,
 
  (773)     thought. | 2.?Choose Delete File, Delete Web Page, or Delete
 
  (773)      Delete File, Delete Web Page, or Delete Shortcut, whichever Þ |
 
  (947)         Window, choosing Cut will Þ | delete the selection and
 
  (956)       been selected. Pressing Þ | the DELETE key will do | the same.
 
  (958)    information removed using Clear or DELETE is to choose Þ | Undo
 
  (1102)    your Þ | e-mail application and | delete the message from the
 
  (1149)          drafts, you may not want to delete Þ | earlier drafts as
 
  (1603)     at a time.? |  | I know I didn't delete a thought, but I can't
 
  (1611)       me to compact it?? |  | If you delete a significant number of
 
  (1637)          | appear on the plex.? |  | delete - The complete removal
 
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  (114)             how it | displays on your desktop. |   | If your web
 
  (260)      can also drag files from the Þ | Desktop.) | 3.?Find the file
 
  (274)      can also drag files from the Þ | Desktop.) | 4.?Find the file
 
  (376)     creating shortcuts. |  | From the Desktop | If the application
 
  (377)     has a shortcut already on Þ | the desktop, drag the | shortcut
 
  (380)     If there is not a shortcut on the desktop: |   | 1.?With the
 
  (1213)    The Brain is Þ | displayed on the desktop. |   | Auto Hide  |
 
  (1218)       option Þ | allows you the most desktop | space for working in
 
  (1232)       you to choose where on the Þ | desktop you wish the | Brain
 
  (1235)      to Þ | different parts of the | desktop. It will always hug
 
  (1290)           folders into a Brain. |  | Desktop | You can check this
 
  (1291)    and shortcuts located on Þ | your desktop.  They will | be
 
  (1292)     | be stored in a thought called "Desktop." |   | My Documents  
 
  (1409)         wallpaper for | your Windows desktop. If you wish to use
 
  (1438)    Explorer, My Computer, or Þ | the desktop to drag the | file
 
  destination (2)
 
  (827)     to files will not work unless the destination computer can Þ |
 
  (1195)        Out of Brain. | 3.?Select the destination folder. | 4.?Click
 
  detach (1)
 
  (354)      revise it (see Section 6) Þ | or detach it (see Section 7). | 
 
  details (9)
 
  (300)           See Section 12 for Þ | more details on this | function.  |
 
  (479)       thoughts. See Section 6 Þ | for details. |   | The Past
 
  (497)       Þ | thoughts. See Section 6 for details. |   | The Instant
 
  (600)          | content. See Section 8 for details on using the Notes
 
  (985)      Locator (URL). |  | Clicking the Details button provides
 
  (987)    | attached to the thought from the Details Window. |   | The item
 
  (1502)     your application and look in the details box below for the
 
  (1617)      is the active Þ | thought whose details are described | by the
 
  (1679)          | provides a useful list of details about the active
 
  disabled (2)
 
  (782)     to Redo and the feature | will be disabled until you use Undo
 
  (783)         "in the past," | Redo will be disabled and you will not be
 
  disconnecting (1)
 
  (760)       or thoughts can only be done by disconnecting the Þ | only
 
  disk (7)
 
  (313)      Brain. This method uses the most disk space, since Þ | multiple
 
  (824)        | connection or removable hard disk drive. | ?The second
 
  (1427)        of the files on your Þ | hard disk and you use | them both
 
  (1439)        Þ | has implications for hard disk | space.  |   | Dragging
 
  (1452)        to take up Þ | twice the hard disk space. | You should use
 
  (1458)       the least space on | your hard disk. |   | The Importance of
 
  (1612)    your Brain. | This will save hard disk space.? |   | Glossary  |
 
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  (112)     | logo inside. When you | need to display the Brain Window
 
  (252)           a thought with content will display the icon of the file's
 
  (262)         click the auto hide button to display Þ | the Brain Window
 
  (276)         click the auto hide button to display Þ | the Brain Window
 
  (290)         click the auto hide button to display the Þ | Brain Window
 
  (457)    - see Section 12 | to learn how to display distant thoughts). | 
 
  (511)    the Search Tool (see Section 8) to display a list of thoughts Þ |
 
  (524)          in this manual, the plex can display a Þ | great deal of
 
  (612)      as long as you | have elected to display distant thoughts (see
 
  (629)    the past thought list does not Þ | display gates. |   | Link by
 
  (696)    plex unless you have chosen to Þ | display forgotten thoughts. |
 
  (733)    Þ | thought and set The Brain to | display all other forgotten
 
  (737)   |  | To remember a thought: |  | 1.?Display forgotten thoughts. |
 
  (937)    so if your window is too narrow to display all the buttons you
 
  (938)          the Brain Window in order to display the Close button.) | 
 
  (970)      check a box to instruct Notes to display the Þ | object as an
 
  (983)       the Properties Window would Þ | display the page's | Universal
 
  (1010)        generations you would like to display. The Þ | smaller the
 
  (1012)       thought. A | large and you may display every thought in the
 
  (1233)       you wish the | Brain Window to display. Try each to see which
 
  (1235)      will always hug the edge of the display, and its horizontal or
 
  (1236)    that matters is which side of the display the Þ | button is
 
  (1240)         with another application. To display the Brain Þ | Window
 
  (1244)      change its size Þ | to suit the display of other |
 
  (1251)     along the top or | bottom of the display) and you will only be
 
  (1255)     way to | the opposite end of the display, if you like, but if
 
  (1274)        it, for Þ | example, when you display | distant thoughts and
 
  (1320)        option toggles on and off the display of forgotten thoughts
 
  (1322)     will automatically be set to Þ | display forgotten thoughts -
 
  (1323)    - if you | want to turn off their display, come back to the
 
  (1334)    Siblings box will set the plex to display the active thought's
 
  (1337)      | Check this box if you wish to display the active thought's
 
  (1349)    typeface that will be used to Þ | display thoughts in the |
 
  (1358)         You can also set the plex to display them Þ | based on
 
  doc (5)
 
  (981)       Word | document called "Writers.doc" attached. You can rename
 
  (1461)          So, in the file name LETTER.DOC the Þ | extension is .DOC.
 
  (1461)     LETTER.DOC the Þ | extension is .DOC. | Extensions can have
 
  (1465)     documents it creates | with the .DOC extension. |   | You can
 
  (1480)       file | by renaming it LETTER.1.DOC before you attach it to
 
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  (119)     a project, a person, a subject, a document, a web page, a Þ |
 
  (235)    appear no matter what is "Text Þ | Document" - so, for the |
 
  (237)           letter. |  | 1.?Choose Text Document. Notepad will launch
 
  (237)     will launch and open a new, blank document. | 2.?Type the
 
  (238)      | 2.?Type the following into the document: "Dear Customer, This
 
  (242)       Choose Yes. The Brain gives the document a filename for you --
 
  (663)      page range rather than the whole document. |   | 7. Editing
 
  (935)          the Print button to send the document to the printer, or |
 
  (981)      which has Þ | a Microsoft Word | document called "Writers.doc"
 
  (1137)       | and can handle more than one document or file at a time,
 
  (1155)     often find yourself working on a document that is very similar
 
  double-click (2)
 
  (59)     running. |  | From the Web |  | 1.?Double-click the file you
 
  (1265)     them bigger or Þ | smaller. |  | Double-click the line to
 
  download (3)
 
  (853)        will appear, | allowing you to download that site's
 
  (1053)              for it that you can Þ | download and use to navigate. 
 
  (1569)        manual is available as a free download Þ | from
 
  draft (2)
 
  (1151)        you begin to work on the next draft, click the Thought Menu
 
  (1152)          the copy to reflect the new draft. | 3.?Launch and edit
 
  drag (73)
 
  (27)    think. |  | With a simple click and drag interface you can create
 
  (199)          click the Þ | child gate and drag a line | to any empty
 
  (219)    "Work" is still in the child zone, drag down from its child
 
  (258)       from Windows to The Brain. |  | Drag File to Create Thought | 
 
  (260)         or My Computer. (You can also drag files from the Þ |
 
  (263)     Þ | the Brain Window (or | simply drag the file over the
 
  (264)       the file over the button). | 5.?Drag the file to the plex. Do
 
  (265)    that depending upon which zone you drag the file over, a link Þ |
 
  (269)      the new thought's Þ | name. |  | Drag File to Existing Thought 
 
  (274)         or My Computer. (You can also drag files from the Þ |
 
  (277)     Þ | the Brain Window (or | simply drag the file over the
 
  (278)      the file over the button). | 6.? Drag the file directly on top
 
  (281)    left of the thought's | name. |  | Drag a Folder to Create
 
  (286)     be related in | some way. |  | To drag a folder into your
 
  (291)     the Þ | Brain Window (or simply | drag the folder over the
 
  (292)     the folder over the button). | 5.?Drag the folder from its
 
  (293)    that depending upon which zone you drag the folder over, a link
 
  (317)    | The same applies for folders you drag into your Brain. |   |
 
  (337)    one of the active thought's gates, drag a link to anywhere on the
 
  (350)      a web Þ | page attached. |  | 1.?Drag from a gate or choose
 
  (377)           already on Þ | the desktop, drag the | shortcut onto the
 
  (385)     Accessories, Þ | then Games. | 4.?Drag the Solitaire shortcut
 
  (472)     | active thought, you can: |  | ?Drag the thought there by
 
  (474)          Pin. |  | Remember, when you drag a thought to create a
 
  (477)      you wish to remove a pin, simply drag it into the menu bar or
 
  (580)     | Using the Auto Hide Button with Drag & Drop | When the Brain
 
  (584)     | 1.?Start Windows Explorer. | 2.?Drag the file to the auto hide
 
  (586)     will Þ | appear. | 3.?Continue to drag the file into the proper
 
  (606)          Visible in the Plex | Simply drag from the appropriate gate
 
  (607)        in the plex. | The thought you drag from does not have to be
 
  (608)      have its gates displayed. If you drag from an Þ | inactive
 
  (609)      a | new thought, the thought you drag from will be activated.
 
  (609)        from will be activated. If you drag a Þ | link from an
 
  (611)    plex will not change. |  | You can drag to create a link between
 
  (615)      Visible in the Plex | You cannot drag to create a link directly
 
  (617)     on the past thought list, you can drag links to them. Or, Þ |
 
  (618)      Þ | you can link by naming. |  | Drag to a Pin | You can create
 
  (619)      plex if it Þ | has a pin. Simply drag from the | appropriate
 
  (626)    between thoughts will remain. |  | Drag to the Past Thought List 
 
  (650)           file, you will then have to drag the file back into your
 
  (676)    To change the relationship: |  | ?Drag from a different gate.
 
  (678)    thought in its | new zone. Or, | ?Drag the thought around the
 
  (679)            upon the zone to which you drag the thought. |   |
 
  (834)        that is currently | open. | 2.?Drag the .brn file into the
 
  (844)       to suit your Þ | needs - simply drag the | buttons to the left
 
  (864)      Embedding (OLE) will let Þ | you drag and drop into | Notes.
 
  (866)    have Þ | as a Note, go ahead and | drag it right into Notes.
 
  (876)    in which to save the picture. | 4.?Drag the saved image from
 
  (891)    icons for additional files and Þ | drag the icons into Notes. |
 
  (906)        When you've done this, you can drag the file into the Þ |
 
  (1077)           on | your browser, you can drag directly from any gate to
 
  (1079)    page even if The Brain is hidden. Drag Þ | the icon next to the
 
  (1081)       hide button. |  | You can also drag from a thought's gate to
 
  (1103)         application does not support drag and drop, you can copy Þ 
 
  (1106)       since Þ | none of them support drag | and drop and since the
 
  (1138)      file at a time, you can: |  | ?Drag additional thoughts from
 
  (1141)     | thought. |  | If you happen to drag in a thought whose file
 
  (1197)          to a copy of a file, simply drag and drop Þ | it to
 
  (1221)          (see | below). |  | You can drag the auto hide button to
 
  (1254)     Þ | double arrow. | 2.?Click and drag the side of the Brain
 
  (1254)     to the desired size. You can Þ | drag it all the way to | the
 
  (1258)    you only want to adjust its size, drag any side or a Þ | corner
 
  (1264)    the Tools | Window larger. Simply drag the line between them to
 
  (1273)          telling you that you can | "drag to resize." You will want
 
  (1438)      Computer, or Þ | the desktop to drag the | file into the plex.
 
  (1530)    it will take all of the files you drag over and make them child
 
  (1531)    of Þ | the thought to which you | drag them. These child
 
  (1578)      the Tools Window.? |  | I can't drag objects from Netscape.? |
 
  (1581)     Internet Explorer.? |  | I can't drag files from the Open Files
 
  (1582)       |  | Applications that support drag and drop from Open Files
 
  (1582)     Open Files will allow you to Þ | drag a file to a thought. If |
 
  (1583)    your application does not support drag and drop from Open Files,
 
  (1583)     Open Files, you will Þ | have to drag the file to the | thought
 
  drop (14)
 
  (264)          the file to the plex. Do not drop the file yet. |   |
 
  (267)     thought and your pointer. |  | 1.?Drop the file into the desired
 
  (279)    appears next to your pointer. | 7.?Drop the file. It will be
 
  (292)    Windows folder to the plex. Do not drop it yet. |   | Notice that
 
  (295)     thought and your pointer. |  | 1.?Drop the folder into the
 
  (312)     | ?If you hold down CTRL as you drop the file, you will leave
 
  (580)      the Auto Hide Button with Drag & Drop | When the Brain Window
 
  (590)     will jump from gate to gate. | 4.?Drop the file when it is
 
  (864)       (OLE) will let Þ | you drag and drop into | Notes. For
 
  (1103)            does not support drag and drop, you can copy Þ | your
 
  (1107)    | none of them support drag | and drop and since the mail
 
  (1197)    a copy of a file, simply drag and drop Þ | it to Windows.  |   |
 
  (1582)                that support drag and drop from Open Files will
 
  (1583)            does not support drag and drop from Open Files, you will
 
  drop-down (3)
 
  (1349)    been working on. |  | Font | This drop-down menu allows you to
 
  (1353)         created the content. In this drop-down menu, Þ | you can
 
  (1357)    Window. |  | Order By | When this drop-down menu is set to Name,
 
  duplicate (1)
 
  (409)      both and you Þ | won't have to | duplicate his file. In this
 
  edit (8)
 
  (815)    followed by | _brn. | 4.?Click the Edit Menu. | 5.?Choose Copy
 
  (900)    Þ | clicking Notes' File Menu | or Edit Menu. |   | Notes' File
 
  (910)         text to Þ | appear, click the Edit | Menu.  | 3.?Choose
 
  (934)       magnifications. |  | You cannot edit text on the Print Preview
 
  (944)     to the thought later. |  | Notes' Edit Menu |   | Cut and Copy  
 
  (966)     Object | If you wish to create or edit an object such as an
 
  (977)       will appear at the | top of the Edit Menu. |   | Properties  |
 
  (1153)       the new draft. | 3.?Launch and edit the new thought. |   |
 
  editor (2)
 
  (165)         Lou Green's Brain. Lou is the editor of a Chicago Newspaper.
 
  (1621)         web browser, Þ | game, photo editor, etc. | ?  |   | attach
 
  e-mail (19)
 
  (81)           an Internet connection. |  | E-Mail Technical Support | If
 
  (82)      our online resources, you can Þ | e-mail our Technical Support |
 
  (372)       | create files - such as games, e-mail applications, news
 
  (1090)     attach. |  | Thoughts Containing E-Mail | If you use a separate
 
  (1091)       E-Mail | If you use a separate E-Mail application, The Brain
 
  (1093)    | favorite joke e-mails, or store e-mail from your business
 
  (1095)    |  | Creating Thoughts Containing E-Mail Messages | If you use
 
  (1096)      | If you use any of the popular e-mail applications, you will
 
  (1097)     able to create thoughts out | of e-mail messages by simply
 
  (1098)    subject line of Þ | the mail. The e-mail will | be much easier
 
  (1101)        | When you have attached your e-mail to thoughts, you may go
 
  (1101)        you may go back into your Þ | e-mail application and |
 
  (1103)     saved message list. |  | If your e-mail application does not
 
  (1104)    to Notes. To | launch all of your e-mail, create a thought and
 
  (1104)     and attach a shortcut to the Þ | e-mail application. |   | Many
 
  (1107)        there Þ | is no way to access e-mail | in these services
 
  (1109)    |  | Creating Thoughts Containing E-Mail Attachments |
 
  (1110)         Attachments | Attachments to e-mail messages will need to
 
  (1112)        you launch it from The Brain. E-mail saved in a thought Þ |
 
  embedding (2)
 
  (864)      that supports Object Linking and Embedding (OLE) will let Þ |
 
  (1665)        |  | OLE - Object Linking and Embedding, a standard that
 
  engines (2)
 
  (1068)     one of the pre-programmed search engines, and The Þ | Brain
 
  (1311)       which can be set to use search engines such as Yahoo, Lycos,
 
  enlarge (2)
 
  (488)     this list will cause The Brain to enlarge Þ | and highlight the
 
  (1274)      at any time - you might wish to enlarge it, for Þ | example,
 
  entry (9)
 
  (569)    the name of a thought, its pin and entry on the past thought Þ |
 
  (617)       you can't see has a | pin or an entry on the past thought
 
  (628)             gate to another thought's entry in the past thought
 
  (692)           the thought by clicking its entry on the past thought Þ |
 
  (721)             its pin, | ?Clicking its entry in the past thought
 
  (1241)     Window in this case, click | its entry on the Windows Taskbar. 
 
  (1277)      brought up both by clicking its entry on the Menu Þ | Bar or
 
  (1282)          the Import Existing Folders entry. | 2.?In the Import
 
  (1619)     by Þ | clicking it or its pin or entry | on the past thought
 
  environment (3)
 
  (1178)       particularly well in a network environment. Not only can Þ |
 
  (1180)       you to think about the network environment, and enable the
 
  (1182)    | productively. |  | In a network environment, you might wish to
 
  error (1)
 
  (1595)    page doesn't appear or I | get an error message.? |   | You do
 
  esc (2)
 
  (507)         box can be closed by pressing ESC. The plex will Þ | remain
 
  (936)    ?Click the Close button or press ESC to return without
 
  establish (3)
 
  (624)      gates. |  | The relationship you establish by linking a thought
 
  (686)       the thought to another thought, establish the new link before
 
  (739)        existed originally, but if you establish a Þ | new link, the
 
  exe (3)
 
  (59)     the file you downloaded, Brain101B.exe. | 2.?Follow the on-screen
 
  (1462)          For example, the extension .EXE Þ | means that the file is
 
  (1463)     is a | program that can be run ("EXE" stands for "executable").
 
  executable (1)
 
  (1463)        can be run ("EXE" stands for "executable"). Different Þ |
 
  exit (3)
 
  (240)    our letter, we want to save it and exit Notepad. |   | 1.?Click
 
  (644)    menu item in your application. | ?Exit your application and
 
  (934)       on the Print Preview screen. To exit back to the Þ | editing
 
  expand (1)
 
  (1251)         and you will only be able to expand it in the Þ | direction
 
  explore (2)
 
  (113)           |  | In Section 12, we will explore the options you have
 
  (166)    Þ | Brain is available to | you to explore. To open it: |   |
 
  explorer (13)
 
  (260)      linked Þ | to. | 2.?Open Windows Explorer or My Computer. (You
 
  (274)        the thought. | 3.?Open Windows Explorer or My Computer. (You
 
  (288)    to be linked to. | 2.?Open Windows Explorer or My Computer. |
 
  (583)        thought: |  | 1.?Start Windows Explorer. | 2.?Drag the file
 
  (1296)          called "My Documents." |  | Explorer Favorites | Since The
 
  (1438)         you will need to use Windows Explorer, My Computer, or Þ |
 
  (1467)            applications in | Windows Explorer by Clicking the View
 
  (1481)        thought. |  | 1.?Open Windows Explorer. | 2.?Find the file
 
  (1484)        Þ | once more. | 4.?This puts Explorer in renaming mode.
 
  (1497)     To do this: |  | 1.?Open Windows Explorer. | 2.?Click the View
 
  (1524)     | efficient version of Windows | Explorer, but will reduce the
 
  (1580)         such as | Microsoft Internet Explorer.? |   | I can't drag
 
  (1584)        to the | thought from Windows Explorer or My Computer.? |   
 
  export (1)
 
  (905)       used to create it | and save or export it in RTF format, which
 
  extension (20)
 
  (820)         sure that the file has a .brn extension and the folder Þ |
 
  (1460)     it have the Þ | correct filename extension. | Filename
 
  (1461)     the file name LETTER.DOC the Þ | extension is .DOC. |
 
  (1462)           meanings. For example, the extension .EXE Þ | means that
 
  (1465)           it creates | with the .DOC extension. |   | You can use
 
  (1471)               Þ | have the correct | extension and so The Brain
 
  (1475)    with an unregistered or incorrect extension to a Þ | thought,
 
  (1477)    a thought you change | the file's extension to the one
 
  (1478)              file has an incorrect | extension, but you want to
 
  (1478)            but you want to keep that extension because it carries
 
  (1479)     will | allow you to add a second extension. So you can identify
 
  (1483)        not have the correct filename extension, click the filename
 
  (1486)        by the correct | three-letter extension to identify the
 
  (1487)             |  | Finding the Correct Extension for Your
 
  (1494)     in a variety of formats. The Þ | extension for your |
 
  (1502)        box below for the correct Þ | extension. |   | Some
 
  (1503)        have more than one registered extension - it is Þ | usually
 
  (1506)        applications | share the same extension, this is not a
 
  (1507)     methods do not yield the correct extension. |   | How The Brain
 
  (1511)      called brn files - that's their extension. The Þ | size of a
 
  failure (1)
 
  (917)               in the event of a power failure. After you have Þ |
 
  faq (1)
 
  (78)             an Online Tutorial, Online FAQ, and Online Reference Þ |
 
  feature (6)
 
  (726)      can be displayed. To toggle this feature on or off: |   |
 
  (776)        |  | Undo/Redo | The Undo/Redo feature is found on the
 
  (781)      nothing Þ | left to Redo and the feature | will be disabled
 
  (1239)       button will not work with this feature, as the Þ | Brain
 
  (1311)        The Þ | Brain by using this | feature, which can be set to
 
  (1325)     you turn the Auto Open Web Pages feature on, The Brain will
 
  file (184)
 
  (17)      limiting you any | pre-determined file structure. |   | The
 
  (59)       the Web |  | 1.?Double-click the file you downloaded,
 
  (97)    Þ | this option; build your | Brain file by file (see Appendix
 
  (97)     option; build your | Brain file by file (see Appendix A). |   |
 
  (119)      a web page, a Þ | spreadsheet, a file, a shortcut, a | game, an
 
  (227)    to (though far more flexible than) file cabinets or folders. But
 
  (242)     ask Þ | if you want to save the | file. Choose Yes. The Brain
 
  (245)                the | attached Notepad file. |   | Remember - we only
 
  (250)      Content | If you have attached a file or web page to a thought,
 
  (251)    necessary application and load the file. You can Þ | also press
 
  (253)    an application and then find Þ | a file, you no longer need | to
 
  (257)      do this easily | by dragging the file from Windows to The
 
  (258)       Windows to The Brain. |  | Drag File to Create Thought |   |
 
  (259)      you want the new thought and its file to be linked Þ | to.  |
 
  (261)       the Þ | Desktop.) | 3.?Find the file you wish to attach to the
 
  (263)    Brain Window (or | simply drag the file over the button). |
 
  (264)       over the button). | 5.?Drag the file to the plex. Do not drop
 
  (264)     file to the plex. Do not drop the file yet. |   | Notice that
 
  (265)          upon which zone you drag the file over, a link Þ |
 
  (267)    and your pointer. |  | 1.?Drop the file into the desired zone. A
 
  (267)        A new thought, named after the file,Þ | takes its place among
 
  (269)     new thought's Þ | name. |  | Drag File to Existing Thought |   |
 
  (270)    it in a way that will identify the file Þ | it will contain. An  
 
  (271)      will indicate the content of the file and need have Þ | nothing
 
  (275)       the Þ | Desktop.) | 4.?Find the file you wish to attach to the
 
  (277)    Brain Window (or | simply drag the file over the button). | 6.?
 
  (278)      over the button). | 6.? Drag the file directly on top of the
 
  (279)        to your pointer. | 7.?Drop the file. It will be attached to
 
  (297)     has a child thought Þ | for every file and folder the | original
 
  (304)        you to | remember what type of file is attached to the
 
  (309)      pointed to the location | of the file in its folder. It didn't
 
  (309)           It didn't actually move the file into the Brain. Þ | You
 
  (310)    above).Þ | If you want to move the file | itself into your Brain,
 
  (312)    you hold down CTRL as you drop the file, you will leave the file
 
  (312)     drop the file, you will leave the file in Þ | its folder and
 
  (314)     Þ | multiple copies of the | same file will be created. | ?To
 
  (315)      will be created. | ?To move the file out of its folder and
 
  (316)    Þ | SHIFT key while dropping | the file into the plex. |   | The
 
  (321)      covered creating a shortcut to a file by dragging the existing
 
  (321)    to a file by dragging the existing file Þ | into a thought. You
 
  (324)     | 2.?Click the Create Shortcut to File... button. | 3.?Find the
 
  (325)      to File... button. | 3.?Find the file to which you wish to
 
  (401)      files. Þ | Each | employee has a file. You decide it makes the
 
  (409)     Þ | won't have to | duplicate his file. In this example, "Bob"
 
  (489)        If a thought on the list has a file attached, the icon for Þ 
 
  (551)      example, if a thought contains a file, the Thought Menu might
 
  (574)    thought in the plex | ?Dragging a file from Windows into the
 
  (582)       Brain logo inside it. To link a file to the active thought as
 
  (584)       Windows Explorer. | 2.?Drag the file to the auto hide button.
 
  (586)     appear. | 3.?Continue to drag the file into the proper zone or
 
  (586)     active Þ | thought (to attach the file to the | existing active
 
  (588)        a line will form | between the file and the active thought's
 
  (590)      from gate to gate. | 4.?Drop the file when it is linked to the
 
  (598)       may only be associated with one file, web page, or shortcut.
 
  (647)     The Brain | While you work with a file you have launched into
 
  (648)    either the name or location of the file. Doing so will Þ | make
 
  (649)    its thought unable to | locate the file the next time you wish to
 
  (650)      to make a copy of the | original file, you will then have to
 
  (650)        you will then have to drag the file back into your Brain and
 
  (654)      Files | If you wish to print the file attached to the active
 
  (657)    the application used to create the file and Þ | automatically
 
  (718)     order to work on its Þ | attached file. You can activate | a
 
  (759)          also permanently deletes any file attached to it. |   |
 
  (773)       the thought. | 2.?Choose Delete File, Delete Web Page, or
 
  (778)        deletion of any thought or Þ | file, since there is no way |
 
  (792)        with an attached shortcut to a file that remains in a Þ |
 
  (793)     outside your Brain, | choose Move File Into Brain. The file will
 
  (793)    | choose Move File Into Brain. The file will be deleted from the
 
  (794)      will be | replaced by the actual file. |   | If a thought has a
 
  (795)         file. |  | If a thought has a file attached and you wish to
 
  (797)       | example): |  | 1.?Choose Move File Out of Brain. | 2.?Select
 
  (798)             the folder into which the file is to be moved. |   |
 
  (799)     to be moved. |  | When you move a file out of the Brain, the
 
  (800)    Þ | still be associated with the | file by a shortcut. Clicking
 
  (800)     the thought will still launch the file |   | Copying Thoughts
 
  (812)      c:\My Brains | 2.?Click the .brn file whose filename is the
 
  (819)      | 8.? If desired, rename the new file and folder that will
 
  (820)      | names and making sure that the file has a .brn extension and
 
  (823)    Þ | the following: |  | ?The .brn file may be too large to move
 
  (832)     |  | 1.?In Windows, find the .brn file of the Brain you wish to
 
  (834)            | open. | 2.?Drag the .brn file into the open Brain's
 
  (858)       can only be associated with one file, web page, or shortcut,Þ 
 
  (880)         you can by: |  | 1.?Click the File Menu. | 2.?Choose Save.  
 
  (882)     You can save a Note as a separate file in any folder. |   |
 
  (883)      in any folder. |  | 1.?Click the File Menu. | 2.?Choose Save a
 
  (890)      you want to attach more than one file to a thought and didn't
 
  (892)     the icon in Notes will launch the file. |   | Using the Notes
 
  (899)    be accessed by Þ | clicking Notes' File Menu | or Edit Menu.  | 
 
  (901)      Menu | or Edit Menu. |  | Notes' File Menu | Import File  |
 
  (902)        |  | Notes' File Menu | Import File | Notes can import files
 
  (904)       If you wish to import a | whole file to Notes, your best bet
 
  (906)    you've done this, you can drag the file into the Þ | Notes Window
 
  (907)    Window or choose | Import from the File Menu. |   | If you only
 
  (908)     | If you only want a piece of the file to appear in Notes: |   |
 
  (918)     Save will appear in | grey in the File Menu and will not be
 
  (920)     you can save a Note as a separate file in any folder. |   |
 
  (921)      in any folder. |  | 1.?Click the File Menu. | 2.?Choose Save a
 
  (928)     choose the Print selection on the File Menu. |   | Print Preview
 
  (969)      Þ | an object from an existing | file. |   | Also, you will be
 
  (983)    | Properties. |  | If instead of a file, a web page was attached,
 
  (986)          if you ever want to move the file out of your Brain. You
 
  (986)    Brain. You can also Þ | change the file or URL | attached to the
 
  (990)    its creation). |  | If there is no file or web page attached to
 
  (991)       Content. | Click it to create a file. This produces a result
 
  (992)     you would get if you launched | a file that had no content. |   
 
  (1001)       Related thoughts, and attached file types. |   | To activate
 
  (1124)       your applications, finding the file you want Þ | to work on,
 
  (1124)     want Þ | to work on, loading the file, | etc. All these tasks
 
  (1126)       ideas. Also, when you create a file, choosing the Þ | proper
 
  (1128)      a location in which to save the file. |   | For applications
 
  (1137)     handle more than one document or file at a time, you can: |   |
 
  (1141)    happen to drag in a thought whose file is already in use in that
 
  (1143)    accept the second instance of the file, but, like Þ | sharing
 
  (1145)    to the last saved Þ | copy of the file. If you | click Yes, you
 
  (1146)      the last time you Þ | saved the file. |   | Keeping Multiple
 
  (1147)     | Keeping Multiple Versions of a File | Sometimes you will want
 
  (1148)        multiple versions of the same file. For Þ | example, if you
 
  (1156)          Þ | you to select the basic file | when you are creating a
 
  (1158)        content. |  | A template is a file that is used as the
 
  (1160)       never be an application, but a file created with an Þ |
 
  (1162)             |  | 1.?Create the basic file. Give it a name that will
 
  (1162)        will indicate the type of Þ | file that will be created from
 
  (1166)      Add Þ | Template. | 4.?Find the file you wish to use as a
 
  (1167)      that when you have selected the file, its filename appears in
 
  (1168)    whenever you Þ | need to create a file based | on it. If you
 
  (1169)      you find you no longer need the file, you can go to the Select
 
  (1173)     and forgetting to rename the new file before saving it, Þ |
 
  (1192)    example, it is | simple to move a file from The Brain into a
 
  (1194)       Thought Menu. | 2.?Choose Move File Out of Brain. | 3.?Select
 
  (1197)    give others access to a copy of a file, simply drag and drop Þ |
 
  (1287)      | named for and containing each file in the folder. If the
 
  (1307)      last Þ | complete deletion of a file or | thought.  |   |
 
  (1351)       the Þ | re-sizing circle. |  | File Icons | File icons are
 
  (1352)            circle. |  | File Icons | File icons are displayed next
 
  (1355)    displayed. (Even if you set the | file icons to Hidden, the icon
 
  (1410)         button to find the wallpaper file you wish to use.
 
  (1416)           upon the Windows system of file Þ | organization are
 
  (1426)       this: they Þ | both serve your file | management needs. They
 
  (1437)      a thought with a Þ | particular file that you created | before
 
  (1439)     or Þ | the desktop to drag the | file into the plex. There are
 
  (1442)            Files | Simply dragging a file from Windows into the
 
  (1442)    to the Þ | thought not the actual file, but a | shortcut to it.
 
  (1445)      | if the other user changes the file name or location of the
 
  (1445)     the file name or location of the file, the Þ | shortcut you've
 
  (1446)           may no longer point to the file, and your Brain will not
 
  (1447)         be discouraged from changing file names. |   |
 
  (1449)           makes an exact copy of the file and moves the copy into
 
  (1451)     | able to work on the original | file, you will be working on a
 
  (1452)    you. Second, this method causes a file to take up Þ | twice the
 
  (1453)    only want to create a copy of the file. |   | SHIFT-dropping
 
  (1455)     Files | SHIFT-dropping moves the file into The Brain (see below
 
  (1457)       user will have access to | the file, unless they import it
 
  (1459)    hard disk. |  | The Importance of File Name Extensions | When
 
  (1460)    Name Extensions | When you move a file into The Brain, it is
 
  (1461)           follow periods. So, in the file name LETTER.DOC the Þ |
 
  (1462)    extension .EXE Þ | means that the file is a | program that can
 
  (1466)     to associate certain of your own file extensions with Þ |
 
  (1467)         Options and Þ | choosing the File Types | tab.  |   | The
 
  (1469)     Types | tab. |  | The Brain uses file name extensions to
 
  (1474)      using | your applications' Open File Menu. |   | If you attach
 
  (1475)      File Menu. |  | If you attach a file with an unregistered or
 
  (1476)         that before you attach a Þ | file to a thought you change |
 
  (1477)                If a Þ | pre-existing file has an incorrect |
 
  (1479)              So you can identify the file LETTER.1 Þ | as a
 
  (1479)     LETTER.1 Þ | as a Microsoft Word file | by renaming it
 
  (1482)      Windows Explorer. | 2.?Find the file you are going to move
 
  (1496)    appear in this box. | ?Check the file types that have been
 
  (1500)            | 4.?Click the tab marked File Types. | 5.?This will
 
  (1501)    bring you to a scrollable list of file types that have been Þ |
 
  (1505)     a user to unwittingly register a file type, and Þ | because
 
  (1511)    extension. The Þ | size of a .brn file depends upon | how many
 
  (1518)         if | you ever want to move a file out of The Brain and back
 
  (1531)     thoughts will be named after the file names attached Þ | to
 
  (1582)         will allow you to Þ | drag a file to a thought. If | your
 
  (1583)        you will Þ | have to drag the file to the | thought from
 
  (1591)               |  | I cannot attach a file, shortcut, or web page to
 
  (1607)      itself, make a copy of the .brn file located in the Þ |
 
  (1623)           may be associated with one file, shortcut, or web page.
 
  (1624)        | exists, the thought and its file, shortcut, or web page
 
  (1685)              |  | shortcut - A small file and icon that points to a
 
  (1685)     icon that points to a particular file, allowing Þ | that file
 
  (1685)              file, allowing Þ | that file to be opened from | the
 
  (1686)      rather than the location of the file.? |   | siblings? - Two
 
  (1689)            right.? |  | template - A file used as a starting point
 
  filename (12)
 
  (242)        The Brain gives the document a filename for you -- one Þ |
 
  (272)      Þ | nothing to do with the its | filename. | 2.?Activate the
 
  (812)        | 2.?Click the .brn file whose filename is the name of the
 
  (813)      | 3.?CTRL-click the folder whose filename is the name of the
 
  (985)    information about the path and Þ | filename of the content. This
 
  (1127)       to worry about making up a Þ | filename or winding | through
 
  (1167)      you have selected the file, its filename appears in the Þ |
 
  (1460)         that it have the Þ | correct filename extension. | Filename
 
  (1461)    Þ | correct filename extension. | Filename extensions follow
 
  (1483)         it does not have the correct filename extension, click the
 
  (1483)        filename extension, click the filename Þ | once more.  |
 
  (1485)    is now at the end of the existing filename. Type a period (.),Þ 
 
  fill (2)
 
  (635)    activation box, The Brain will Þ | fill in the rest. | 4.?Press
 
  (1411)          | you may wish to check the Fill thought Background box,
 
  float (4)
 
  (1237)      Þ | button is attached to. |  | Float | Selecting Float allows
 
  (1238)           to. |  | Float | Selecting Float allows you to move it to
 
  (1243)    |  | With the Brain Window set to Float, you may also select
 
  (1257)     if you do this. |  | When set to Float, a button will appear on
 
  folder (43)
 
  (281)     the thought's | name. |  | Drag a Folder to Create Multiple
 
  (283)    move all the files in a particular folder into your Brain
 
  (286)         in | some way. |  | To drag a folder into your Brain: |   |
 
  (289)         or My Computer. | 3.?Find the folder you wish to bring into
 
  (291)    Brain Window (or simply | drag the folder over the button). |
 
  (292)       over the button). | 5.?Drag the folder from its Windows folder
 
  (292)           the folder from its Windows folder to the plex. Do not
 
  (293)          upon which zone you drag the folder over, a link Þ |
 
  (295)    and your pointer. |  | 1.?Drop the folder into the desired zone.
 
  (295)    A new thought, named after the Þ | folder, takes its place |
 
  (297)        thought Þ | for every file and folder the | original folder
 
  (298)        file and folder the | original folder contained. |   | To
 
  (309)     the location | of the file in its folder. It didn't actually
 
  (312)    you will leave the file in Þ | its folder and make an | exact
 
  (315)       | ?To move the file out of its folder and into your Brain,
 
  (383)     | computer. | 3.?Find the "Games" folder and locate the shortcut
 
  (523)     consider Þ | that in Windows, a | folder can be related only to
 
  (523)      can be related only to one other folder, and in strict
 
  (792)       to a file that remains in a Þ | folder outside your Brain, |
 
  (793)     The file will be deleted from the folder and Þ | the shortcut
 
  (795)          and you wish to move it to a folder (so Þ | others can work
 
  (798)    File Out of Brain. | 2.?Select the folder into which the file is
 
  (810)      |  | 1.?Using Windows, go to the folder where The Brain is
 
  (813)     copy or move. | 3.?CTRL-click the folder whose filename is the
 
  (819)      desired, rename the new file and folder that will appear,
 
  (820)     file has a .brn extension and the folder Þ | ends with _brn.  | 
 
  (826)    Þ | create the files in the _brn | folder. | ? Shortcuts to
 
  (875)             Save Image. | 3.?Select a folder in which to save the
 
  (882)      a Note as a separate file in any folder. |   | 1.?Click the
 
  (885)            Save a Copy. | 3.?Choose a folder in which to save the
 
  (920)      a Note as a separate file in any folder. |   | 1.?Click the
 
  (923)            Save a Copy. | 3.?Choose a folder in which to save the
 
  (1186)      Þ | access privileges for the | folder they are contained in
 
  (1192)        from The Brain into a network folder for others to Þ | use.
 
  (1195)          | 3.?Select the destination folder. | 4.?Click Save.  |   
 
  (1287)      and containing each file in the folder. If the same word
 
  (1288)    filenames being | imported from a folder, The Brain will create
 
  (1295)          in Þ | you "My Documents" | folder.  They will be stored
 
  (1456)    will exist in the file's original folder. Consequently, no Þ |
 
  (1517)    | thoughts would be stored in the folder Lou Green_brn. You will
 
  (1517)     need to look Þ | in your Brain's folder if | you ever want to
 
  (1607)      file located in the Þ | Brain's folder. To back up all | the
 
  (1608)      entire contents of the _brn Þ | folder associated with that |
 
  foolproof (1)
 
  (1506)    the same extension, this is not a foolproof method, but it is
 
  form (8)
 
  (228)           contain information, in the form of files Þ | or web
 
  (266)          from that zone's gate | will form between the active
 
  (294)          from that zone's | gate will form between the active
 
  (428)     The complex relationships you can form in The Brain are the
 
  (587)       into the Þ | a plex a line will form | between the file and
 
  (1156)    | to other documents, | such as a form letter or an invoice. The
 
  (1159)       For example, a blank | invoice form to which you add the job
 
  (1163)       be created from it, | such as "Form Letter" or "Invoice
 
  format (6)
 
  (23)       uses a brand new concept, a data format called "thoughts." Þ |
 
  (887)       Note will be saved in Rich Text Format (RTF), which is
 
  (905)     it | and save or export it in RTF format, which retains much
 
  (925)       Note will be saved in Rich Text Format (RTF), which is
 
  (1118)          web sites, and in the Brain format, you'll see all sorts
 
  (1495)             for your | application's format may appear in this
 
  formatting (1)
 
  (905)       format, which retains much more formatting Þ | information and
 
  frame (1)
 
  (1022)           | within the selected time frame, along with a bar chart
 
  fully-developed (2)
 
  (105)     see, vastly more powerful. |  | A fully-developed Brain is far
 
  (440)           is still pretty basic | - a fully-developed Brain can
 
  function (11)
 
  (301)     12 for Þ | more details on this | function. |   | Icons  | The
 
  (592)        by | turning off the Auto hide function (see Section 12). | 
 
  (652)           10) or use the Copy thought function (see Section 7). |   
 
  (941)       manually | saved the Note, this function will only cancel
 
  (950)    functions of Notes and the | Paste function of your application. 
 
  (956)    into Notes. |  | Clear | The Clear function deletes any
 
  (967)     you | would use the Insert Object function. Choosing it brings
 
  (1015)          you would use the Þ | Query function. Choosing | Query
 
  (1024)    thoughts | were active. |  | This function will help you see
 
  (1180)        and enable the network Þ | to function more | productively.
 
  (1692)       pages and notes; or | they can function as subject headings.
 
  f10 (2)
 
  (577)           commands to create a child (F10), parent (F11), or jump
 
  (1553)          to the active thought. |  | F10??Create child thought |
 
  f11 (2)
 
  (577)      to create a child (F10), parent (F11), or jump (Þ | F12)
 
  (1554)     |  | F10??Create child thought | F11??Create parent thought |
 
  f12 (2)
 
  (577)     (F10), parent (F11), or jump (Þ | F12) thought. |   | If the
 
  (1555)       | F11??Create parent thought | F12??Create jump thought |   |
 
  f2 (2)
 
  (501)         activation box: |  | 1.?Press F2 on your keyboard, or make
 
  (1549)                 the active thought | F2??Open the instant
 
  f3 (1)
 
  (1566)    CTRL-A?Select All | CTRL-F?Find | F3??Search Web |
 
  gate (40)
 
  (152)        to "Natrificial" through a Þ | gate. | Gates are hollow if
 
  (157)      the active thought is the parent gate. The active thought is a
 
  (158)     linked with it through its parent gate. Beneath the thought is
 
  (158)          the thought is the child Þ | gate. The active thought is
 
  (159)      thought linked through its child gate. To the left of Þ | the
 
  (159)        of Þ | the thought is the jump gate. | The active thought is
 
  (160)        is linked through Þ | its jump gate. |   | Don't worry if
 
  (199)       your mouse, click the Þ | child gate and drag a line | to any
 
  (219)        zone, drag down from its child gate. | 2.?For our example,
 
  (265)        Þ | extending from that zone's gate | will form between the
 
  (294)      Þ | extending from that zone's | gate will form between the
 
  (350)    page attached. |  | 1.?Drag from a gate or choose Create Thought
 
  (378)           through the Þ | appropriate gate. |   | From the Start
 
  (385)       Þ | thought through the desired gate. |   | And That's a Basic
 
  (419)       | same accountant. So it's jump gate is now hollow, while it's
 
  (419)         while it's sibling's jump Þ | gate still | maintains that
 
  (436)     by the line linking Þ | the child gate of | "Philosophy" to the
 
  (437)       of | "Philosophy" to the parent gate of "Plato." |   |
 
  (573)    thought by: |  | ?Dragging from a gate of a thought in the plex 
 
  (588)     the file and the active thought's gate whose zone you are
 
  (589)     the plex, the line will jump from gate to gate. | 4.?Drop the
 
  (589)       the line will jump from gate to gate. | 4.?Drop the file when
 
  (590)     the file when it is linked to the gate you wish or over the
 
  (606)    | Simply drag from the appropriate gate of one thought to the
 
  (620)    Simply drag from the | appropriate gate to the pin. Pins can help
 
  (628)         a link from the | appropriate gate to another thought's
 
  (674)          the link through the | child gate. |   | To change the
 
  (676)          |  | ?Drag from a different gate. The plex will
 
  (678)       the link lines Þ | jumping from gate to gate | depending upon
 
  (678)        lines Þ | jumping from gate to gate | depending upon the zone
 
  (1077)       you can drag directly from any gate to the browser to create
 
  (1081)       can also drag from a thought's gate to create a new thought.
 
  (1644)    thoughts can be remembered.? |  | gate - The active thought and
 
  (1645)    Above a thought is the Þ | parent gate. Below it is the | child
 
  (1646)        gate. Below it is the | child gate. To its left is the jump
 
  (1646)        gate. To its left is the jump gate. A gate is hollow when
 
  (1646)      To its left is the jump gate. A gate is hollow when there are
 
  (1653)         the Þ | other thought's jump gate | and appears in the jump
 
  (1668)         thoughts | through its child gate. The active thought is a
 
  (1696)     thought, | positioned beside the gate representing that
 
  group (5)
 
  (136)     parent thought often represents a group with at least one
 
  (144)              siblings are part of the group described by the Þ |
 
  (361)    | their own without belonging to a group. |   | If a student of
 
  (602)         for the Þ | associations that group thoughts | conceptually,
 
  (1288)          named for Þ | that word and group all the | filenames
 
  grouping (1)
 
  (1131)     Þ | you launch the thought. By | grouping these kinds of
 
  hard (10)
 
  (48)       Þ | of available space | on your hard drive. |   | Installing
 
  (389)     you've followed along so far, the hard stuff is out of the way.
 
  (824)       cable | connection or removable hard disk drive. | ?The
 
  (1427)             of the files on your Þ | hard disk and you use | them
 
  (1433)      Þ | applications, files on your hard | drive, and content on
 
  (1439)    of which Þ | has implications for hard disk | space.  |   |
 
  (1452)      a file to take up Þ | twice the hard disk space. | You should
 
  (1458)       uses the least space on | your hard disk. |   | The
 
  (1521)    those who | have highly organized hard drives before installing
 
  (1612)         your Brain. | This will save hard disk space.? |   |
 
  http (2)
 
  (79)     and Online Reference Þ | area at | http://www.natrificial.com.
 
  (336)     go to a fun web site, for example http://www.Þ |
 
  hyperlink (2)
 
  (867)           may not contain an address (hyperlink) - if it does, only
 
  (1114)     can jump Þ | directly from the | hyperlink to a web page, which
 
  i (13)
 
  (1573)      some common problems. | ????? | I can access all my thoughts,
 
  (1573)    I can access all my thoughts, but I can't create new ones or
 
  (1578)     right of the Tools Window.? |  | I can't drag objects from
 
  (1581)             Internet Explorer.? |  | I can't drag files from the
 
  (1585)            or My Computer.? |  | Can I change the order in which
 
  (1589)       they | have been active.? |  | I can't find the top or center
 
  (1591)    is not spatially organized.? |  | I cannot attach a file,
 
  (1594)      | information into Notes.? |  | I launch a thought containing
 
  (1594)       the Þ | page doesn't appear or I | get an error message.?  | 
 
  (1603)     with each other at a time.? |  | I know I didn't delete a
 
  (1603)        other at a time.? |  | I know I didn't delete a thought, but
 
  (1603)       I didn't delete a thought, but I can't see it.? |   | You
 
  (1606)     the | Options Menu.? |  | How do I back up my Brain?? |   | To
 
  icon (18)
 
  (244)    left of the name "Order" is an Þ | icon representing the |
 
  (252)         with content will display the icon of the file's type Þ |
 
  (268)         thoughts in that zone and its icon appears next to the new
 
  (278)       of the active thought, until an icon Þ | appears next to your
 
  (279)    be attached to the thought and its icon will Þ | appear to the
 
  (303)     this | function. |  | Icons | The icon that appears next to a
 
  (304)      thought. For a web page, the Þ | icon would be that of your |
 
  (305)    that of your | web browser; if the icon has a small arrow at the
 
  (310)        arrow in the lower left of the icon (see above).Þ | If you
 
  (327)    | 4.?Click Open. |  | The shortcut icon appears to the left of
 
  (347)       in | either case your browser's icon appears to the left of
 
  (489)     the list has a file attached, the icon for Þ | the file's
 
  (643)      two ways: |  | ?Choose the Save icon or menu item in your
 
  (892)      icons into Notes. | Clicking the icon in Notes will launch the
 
  (970)       to display the Þ | object as an icon or as an | image.  |   |
 
  (1079)    The Brain is hidden. Drag Þ | the icon next to the URL | in your
 
  (1355)      the | file icons to Hidden, the icon will appear in the
 
  (1685)     |  | shortcut - A small file and icon that points to a
 
  identify (5)
 
  (270)        and name it in a way that will identify the file Þ | it will
 
  (1464)    also use specific | extensions to identify the files it creates.
 
  (1469)         uses file name extensions to identify the applications into
 
  (1479)       a second extension. So you can identify the file LETTER.1 Þ |
 
  (1486)          | three-letter extension to identify the file's
 
  image (7)
 
  (871)           browser. To bring Þ | a web image into | notes from
 
  (874)         the picture. | 2.?Choose Save Image. | 3.?Select a folder in
 
  (876)      the picture. | 4.?Drag the saved image from Windows into
 
  (966)          or edit an object such as an image or sound before Þ |
 
  (971)      Þ | object as an icon or as an | image. |   | When you click
 
  (972)      selected. As you Þ | work on the image, it | will be displayed
 
  (973)     close the Þ | application and the image will be | stored in
 
  import (21)
 
  (95)       you can check | the box marked " Import Existing Folders" and
 
  (95)      folders and files Þ | you wish to import. | However, to take
 
  (299)    original folder contained. |  | To import multiple existing
 
  (300)         | the Options Menu and choose Import Existing Folders. See
 
  (832)    .brn file of the Brain you wish to import into the Þ | Brain that
 
  (836)     Brain will ask you if you wish to import the Brain. Click Yes.
 
  (838)     the one dragged in. |  | When you import one Brain into another,
 
  (902)    Edit Menu. |  | Notes' File Menu | Import File | Notes can import
 
  (903)        Menu | Import File | Notes can import files that are saved in
 
  (903)      ASCII or Þ | RTF. If you wish to import a | whole file to
 
  (907)      the Þ | Notes Window or choose | Import from the File Menu. | 
 
  (1282)       at any time. |  | 1.?Check the Import Existing Folders
 
  (1283)           Folders entry. | 2.?In the Import Existing Folders dialog
 
  (1283)      add the folders you wish to Þ | import. | 3.?Click OK.  |   |
 
  (1291)         | You can check this box and import all of the files and
 
  (1294)         | You can check this box and import all of the files and
 
  (1298)    Brain, you can check this box and import all of your current Þ |
 
  (1302)    Brain, you can check this box and import all of your Þ | current
 
  (1457)    access to | the file, unless they import it from your Brain (see
 
  (1514)      know this if you ever decide to import one Brain into another
 
  (1525)      as you go. If you Þ | choose to import folders, either | when
 
  inactive (2)
 
  (608)    displayed. If you drag from an Þ | inactive thought to create a |
 
  (609)        If you drag a Þ | link from an inactive thought, | the plex
 
  indicator (5)
 
  (1271)      the animated active thought Þ | Indicator -- see below). If |
 
  (1399)         thought. |  | Active Thought Indicator | The active thought
 
  (1401)       is the animated active thought Indicator. | With this slide
 
  (1402)     Disabling the Þ | active thought Indicator | removes it from
 
  (1404)      you keep the active thought Þ | Indicator displayed, you can |
 
  information (60)
 
  (13)        visual interface Þ | integrates information from | the
 
  (16)    | Brain allows you to organize your information in the same
 
  (24)        can be just about any | type of information, including
 
  (32)     longer any reason to organize your information Þ | around your
 
  (33)          your computer around Þ | your information, in | the way that
 
  (36)        to create and navigate all your information. Your Brain starts
 
  (39)     a few steps away from the specific information Þ | you are
 
  (64)    still be able to Þ | access all the information you | have stored
 
  (87)       Þ | Technical Support for | more information. |   | 3. Getting
 
  (98)    sitting on the screen, awaiting Þ | information. Let's go through
 
  (133)            to do Þ | with the type of information | each can
 
  (137)               different categories of information. On the Þ | plex,
 
  (161)     worry if that seems like a lot of information. Now that we have
 
  (175)      the current Þ | issue. (For more information | about pins, see
 
  (228)     categories will generally contain information, in the form of
 
  (318)        into your Brain. |  | For more information on when and how
 
  (356)     no difference between the sort of information that a jump
 
  (357)     thought Þ | can contain and the | information that a parent or
 
  (439)    provide this much cross-referenced information at a glance. And
 
  (440)             Brain can carry much more information. |   | 5.
 
  (524)       can display a Þ | great deal of information | when thoughts
 
  (526)       be surrounded by other relevant information. Developing the
 
  (540)    create only one Brain for all your information, although you Þ |
 
  (603)     conceptually, but they also allow information to be stored in
 
  (640)    above.) |  | Saving Thoughts | All information pertaining to your
 
  (665)         | Sometimes, as in your mind, information stored in the
 
  (666)      for and understanding of certain information evolves, you might
 
  (668)          you didn't | need a piece of information anymore, you might
 
  (809)           on the way The Brain stores information. |   | 1.?Using
 
  (905)      retains much more formatting Þ | information and graphics |
 
  (917)    in order to guard | against losing information in the event of a
 
  (952)              |  | Paste | Paste moves information stored in the
 
  (953)     allow Þ | you to move chunks of | information from one part of
 
  (953)    Note to another or to transfer Þ | information that has been cut
 
  (956)      | The Clear function deletes any information that has been
 
  (957)     in that it does not store the Þ | information in the clipboard.
 
  (958)             The | only way to restore information removed using
 
  (960)    option simply selects every bit of information in the Note. Þ |
 
  (979)     Properties Tool is a resource for information about the active
 
  (985)           the Details button provides information about the path and
 
  (1033)    Web is a fantastic resource, with information and entertainment
 
  (1062)            - that is, you cannot add information to a web Þ |
 
  (1064)    Brain-enable their sites. For Þ | information, see our own |
 
  (1071)      if one site doesn't turn up the information you want, Þ |
 
  (1092)        you want to | keep with other information on the same
 
  (1093)      business partner with Þ | other information relevant to | your
 
  (1113)    retains any Internet addressing | information or hyperlinks that
 
  (1159)      which you add the job and price information and save under Þ |
 
  (1185)    access privileges for | different information, you will have to
 
  (1430)       by Windows and organizing your information Þ | associatively,
 
  (1434)    the Internet. Content is content, information is Þ |
 
  (1434)       is content, information is Þ | information, thoughts are |
 
  (1455)        into The Brain (see below for information on Þ | how The
 
  (1490)      universal way | of getting this information from each
 
  (1492)       Þ | about extensions, or the | information may be in the
 
  (1508)            |  | How The Brain Stores Information | If you accept
 
  (1543)    you never need and every piece of information it Þ | contains
 
  (1576)    | days, you can access all | your information, but to continue
 
  (1593)     consider moving the additional | information into Notes.? |   |
 
  (1629)     of thoughts, each containing Þ | information. ? |   |
 
  input (1)
 
  (1016)     Query Window, into which you can input various criteria Þ | for
 
  insert (3)
 
  (53)    any way. |  | From a CD-ROM |  | 1.?Insert The Brain's CD-ROM into
 
  (965)    it to another word or phrase. |  | Insert Object | If you wish to
 
  (967)    it into Notes, you | would use the Insert Object function.
 
  install (5)
 
  (50)     The Brain | The Brain is simple to install. Installation will not
 
  (56)          the on-screen instructions to install the software. When
 
  (60)          the on-screen instructions to install the software. When
 
  (374)       The | Brain. |  | Program files install and work best if left
 
  (1423)       thoughts. Also, | whenever you install new applications or
 
  installation (5)
 
  (50)      | The Brain is simple to install. Installation will not change
 
  (384)       (With the Þ | Windows default | installation, this can be
 
  (811)     If you Þ | accepted the default | installation, this will be
 
  (1424)        Þ | have to use the Windows | installation process. |   |
 
  (1509)    If you accept The Brain's default installation location, the
 
  instruct (1)
 
  (970)    you will be able to check a box to instruct Notes to display the
 
  instructions (2)
 
  (56)       ENTER. | 3.?Follow the on-screen instructions to install the
 
  (60)              | 2.?Follow the on-screen instructions to install the
 
  interacting (1)
 
  (1421)    entirely - you will find yourself interacting with Windows from
 
  interconnected (1)
 
  (102)        | The Brain is a collection of interconnected thoughts. As
 
  interconnectedness (1)
 
  (19)     source of human creativity, is the interconnectedness of all of
 
  interface (3)
 
  (13)         The Brain's easy-to-use visual interface Þ | integrates
 
  (26)       Þ | expands to become a | visual interface that reflects the
 
  (27)      |  | With a simple click and drag interface you can create and
 
  internet (14)
 
  (14)    | integrates information from | the Internet and all of your
 
  (80)      Menu | if you have established an Internet connection. |   |
 
  (536)    Þ | Wide Web, choose | Natrificial Internet Guide. |   | When you
 
  (658)     be sure Þ | that you have an open Internet | connection so that
 
  (1032)      list. |  | 9. The Brain and the Internet | The Web is a
 
  (1112)         in a thought Þ | retains any Internet addressing |
 
  (1115)        thought. |  | The Natrificial Internet Guide | Want to see
 
  (1297)           | Since The Brain replaces Internet Explorer's Favorites
 
  (1434)     hard | drive, and content on the Internet. Content is content,
 
  (1580)     Þ | browser, such as | Microsoft Internet Explorer.? |   | I
 
  (1596)         |  | You do not have an open Internet connection. There are
 
  (1597)     | launch the web page, open your Internet connection. Or,
 
  (1598)      your Þ | browser to open your | Internet connection
 
  (1659)    | relationship.? |  | Natrificial Internet Guide - A Brain
 
  interrupted (1)
 
  (1025)      comes Þ | in handy if you are | interrupted and lose your
 
  item (3)
 
  (643)     | ?Choose the Save icon or menu item in your application. |
 
  (988)     from the Details Window. |  | The item marked "Active" at the
 
  (1491)             you should find an index item Þ | about extensions, or
 
  key (9)
 
  (315)        Brain, hold down the Þ | SHIFT key while dropping | the file
 
  (516)     | that thought, release the | ALT key. |   | To launch a
 
  (758)    forgetting it, hold down the SHIFT key as Þ | you click the link.
 
  (956)     selected. Pressing Þ | the DELETE key will do | the same. Clear
 
  (1370)       this box allows use of the ALT key as well as the Up, Down,
 
  (1484)      in renaming mode. Press the END key. | 5.?The cursor is now at
 
  (1547)     the "pointer." Releasing the ALT key activates the Þ |
 
  (1551)    Creating Thoughts | The following key combinations will let you
 
  (1557)           |  | Notes | The following key combinations will work
 
  keyboard (7)
 
  (501)         box: |  | 1.?Press F2 on your keyboard, or make sure the
 
  (513)        name. |  | Navigating With the Keyboard | Another way to move
 
  (514)      thought to thought is using your keyboard. Þ | Pressing
 
  (577)       | the active thought. | ?Using keyboard commands to create a
 
  (1369)        the Window | Menu. |  | Allow Keyboard Navigation | Checking
 
  (1376)         | able to detect no mouse or keyboard activity. This
 
  (1544)    will be useful. |  | Appendix B - Keyboard Shortcuts |   |
 
  keyword (1)
 
  (994)      below). If you use more than one keyword, Þ | separate the
 
  lan (2)
 
  (1143)     but, like Þ | sharing files on a LAN, the | second instance
 
  (1179)     Brain from | any computer on the LAN, but you can share Brains
 
  launch (27)
 
  (237)           Text Document. Notepad will launch and open a new, blank
 
  (251)          thought will | automatically launch the necessary
 
  (253)         Because you no longer have to launch an application and then
 
  (330)    the thought when it is active will launch your web Þ | browser
 
  (369)     quarters. |  | Using a Thought to Launch an Application | If you
 
  (517)        release the | ALT key. |  | To launch a thought, click it or
 
  (649)    the file the next time you wish to launch it. If you do need to
 
  (657)            Print. |  | The Brain will launch the application used to
 
  (661)     after printing. |  | You can also launch the thought by making
 
  (800)       Clicking the thought will still launch the file |   | Copying
 
  (892)     | Clicking the icon in Notes will launch the file. |   | Using
 
  (1086)          in the Properties Window or launch the thought by Þ |
 
  (1104)     Þ | your messages to Notes. To | launch all of your e-mail,
 
  (1112)      existence of | content when you launch it from The Brain.
 
  (1125)     performed automatically when you launch a thought Þ | that has
 
  (1130)         the application when Þ | you launch the thought. By |
 
  (1139)      | ?Activate other thoughts and launch the files into the open
 
  (1153)       to reflect the new draft. | 3.?Launch and edit the new
 
  (1297)     Favorites by allowing you to Þ | launch a web page from |
 
  (1301)     Bookmarks by allowing you to Þ | launch a web page | from
 
  (1310)      discussed in Section 9, you can launch a Web search directly
 
  (1325)     Pages feature on, The Brain will launch Þ | your web browser
 
  (1446)        Brain will not be able to Þ | launch it. Other users |
 
  (1471)         and so The Brain will always launch it correctly. However,
 
  (1548)              thought. |  | ALT-ENTER?Launch the active thought |
 
  (1594)    | information into Notes.? |  | I launch a thought containing a
 
  (1597)       this Þ | problem. Before you | launch the web page, open your
 
  link (59)
 
  (153)     | Gates are hollow if there is no link through it to another
 
  (153)           and Þ | solid if there is a link. The gates | can be used
 
  (222)          thought, the thought you Þ | link from becomes the | active
 
  (265)        zone you drag the file over, a link Þ | extending from that
 
  (293)      zone you drag the folder over, a link Þ | extending from that
 
  (337)    the active thought's gates, drag a link to anywhere on the Þ |
 
  (360)       left of the active thought, can link together far-flung groups
 
  (365)        thoughts can also be used as a link to a thought that is
 
  (413)     a thought called "Accountant" and link it as a jump thought to
 
  (420)       Þ | gate still | maintains that link (and so is filled in). | 
 
  (521)       by scrolling). Each thought can link to 32 jump thoughts Þ |
 
  (543)        or wish to visit. Þ | Use this link to take | advantage of
 
  (544)        if you wish to delete Þ | this link, we will cover the |
 
  (561)      that name you | want to create a link to the existing thought.
 
  (579)           you wish the new thought to link to must be the active Þ |
 
  (582)     the blue Brain logo inside it. To link a file to the active
 
  (609)       be activated. If you drag a Þ | link from an inactive
 
  (611)         |  | You can drag to create a link between active or close
 
  (615)    Plex | You cannot drag to create a link directly to a thought so
 
  (617)        links to them. Or, Þ | you can link by naming. |   | Drag to
 
  (619)    | Drag to a Pin | You can create a link to a thought that is not
 
  (621)      that you know you | will want to link to a large number of
 
  (623)     in this | manner. |  | You cannot link from a pin to a thought
 
  (625)    if you later | delete the pin, the link between thoughts will
 
  (627)          List | As with pins, you can link a thought visible in the
 
  (627)     another thought Þ | by dragging a link from the | appropriate
 
  (628)     past thought list. You Þ | cannot link from the past | thought
 
  (630)      does not Þ | display gates. |  | Link by Naming | You can also
 
  (631)    |  | Link by Naming | You can also link by creating a new thought
 
  (631)        of the thought Þ | you want to link to. |   | 1.?Create a new
 
  (633)     the Thought Menu. | 2.?Check the "Link to existing thought"
 
  (635)     name of the thought | you wish to link to. As with the instant
 
  (637)      whether you wish to Þ | make the link or create a | new thought
 
  (673)          but doing so Þ | removes the link through the | child gate.
 
  (678)        the active thought. Notice the link lines Þ | jumping from
 
  (681)      relevant, Þ | you can remove the link. | As long as there are
 
  (683)    thoughts. It is only when the last link to Þ | the Brain is
 
  (685)     want to unlink the last remaining link between a thought and the
 
  (686)     Þ | active thought, but wish to | link the thought to another
 
  (686)    another thought, establish the new link before removing Þ | the
 
  (706)    When you unlink the last remaining link to the plex, that thought
 
  (708)      click an active | thought's only link to the rest of your
 
  (738)              forgotten thoughts. | 2.?Link or relink the forgotten
 
  (739)    not have to | reestablish the same link that existed originally,
 
  (739)        but if you establish a Þ | new link, the original link | will
 
  (739)          a Þ | new link, the original link | will also be
 
  (758)    the SHIFT key as Þ | you click the link. | Deleting a thought
 
  (760)                the Þ | only remaining link between | the thought and
 
  (762)     delete an active | thought's only link to the rest of your
 
  (786)      be changed by creating a new Þ | link to a different thought |
 
  (836)    Yes. Þ | Clicking No will create a link | from the open Brain to
 
  (1035)     Web is the ability of pages | to link with other, related
 
  (1037)      way to know Þ | exactly where a link will take | you. The
 
  (1114)       which is useful if you wish to link the web page Þ | to the
 
  (1598)     It is also possible that Þ | the link has become outdated. | ?
 
  (1645)       of which is used to | create a link with a specific type of
 
  (1656)     thoughts | are generally used to link exclusively related
 
  (1657)              related thoughts.? |  | link - The line connecting two
 
  (1682)    Þ | be remembered by | creating a link from it to any normal
 
  list (64)
 
  (177)       the plex is Lou's "past thought list." As the name suggests,
 
  (177)      the name suggests, this is Þ | a list of thoughts Lou has |
 
  (178)    can tell from his past thought Þ | list that Lou has recently
 
  (233)          Window. This | Window should list all of the applications
 
  (382)        | 2.?Choose Open to bring up a list of all the programs
 
  (451)       Green | Giant." Under this is a list of canned vegetable
 
  (459)        using pins, | the past thought list, and the instant
 
  (466)      are shown at once -- there is no list of pins to scroll
 
  (467)    move your mouse Þ | pointer to the list, and as it | moves from
 
  (470)      the plex or the Þ | past thought list (see below) | and
 
  (480)    for details. |  | The Past Thought List | You know the phrase
 
  (481)         of thought." The past thought list is the visual Þ |
 
  (482)        of that train | - a scrollable list of thoughts in the order
 
  (482)            them. Þ | The past thought list displays | at the very
 
  (485)    or the blue X (off). |  | When the list is on, you can scroll
 
  (486)    Þ | on the right and left of the | list. The most recently
 
  (487)       on the right | hand side of the list and is indicated by a red
 
  (488)       small name of a thought on this list will cause The Brain to
 
  (489)          reading. If a thought on the list has a file attached, the
 
  (491)         a thought on the past thought list, simply click it Þ | -
 
  (492)         thought, and the past thought list will Þ | update to show
 
  (494)    recent thought. |  | Even when the list is not displayed, it
 
  (495)    you turn | it on your past thought list is completely up to
 
  (496)     date. |  | Using the Past Thought List to Create Links | The
 
  (497)    to Create Links | The past thought list can also be used to help
 
  (499)    pin or appears on the past thought list, you Þ | can activate it
 
  (501)         or make sure the past thought list is Þ | displayed and
 
  (510)      (see Section 6). |  | The Search List | You can use the Search
 
  (511)     Tool (see Section 8) to display a list of thoughts Þ | based on
 
  (512)      | Activate a thought in a Search List by clicking on that
 
  (534)     choose Rename Brain. | ?To see a list of Brains that have been
 
  (547)       you open it, Þ | you will see a list of | options available to
 
  (569)     and entry on the past thought Þ | list will change with it. All 
 
  (617)       or an entry on the past thought list, you can drag links to
 
  (626)         |  | Drag to the Past Thought List | As with pins, you can
 
  (628)             entry in the past thought list. You Þ | cannot link from
 
  (629)          link from the past | thought list to another thought
 
  (629)      thought because the past thought list does not Þ | display
 
  (692)     its entry on the past thought Þ | list or pin, if applicable. | 
 
  (721)         its entry in the past thought list, | ?Using the instant
 
  (731)      plex and on the past thought Þ | list, whether or not they are 
 
  (821)     will now appear on the Open Brain list called up with the Þ |
 
  (850)       clicking it will Þ | bring up a list of recently | opened
 
  (897)        the down arrow | brings down a list of colors),
 
  (998)         Tool displays an alphabetical list of thoughts organized by
 
  (999)      category is "All thoughts." This list shows every thought in Þ 
 
  (1002)            a thought from the Search List, simply click it. |   |
 
  (1003)       simply click it. |  | To see a list of other available
 
  (1008)           | This category produces a list of thoughts related to
 
  (1013)     Brain. |  | The Related thoughts list updates automatically
 
  (1021)        Tool displays an alphabetical list of thoughts Þ | created,
 
  (1028)          a quick look at the History list for the day will be
 
  (1031)     the Update button to refresh the list. |   | 9. The Brain and
 
  (1099)    you had to scroll down a Þ | long list of mail saved only | in
 
  (1102)       message from the saved message list. |   | If your e-mail
 
  (1322)       by a | pin or the past thought list, this option will
 
  (1501)       will bring you to a scrollable list of file types that have
 
  (1620)       or entry | on the past thought list.? |   | application - A
 
  (1652)      thought in Þ | the past thought list.? |   | jump thought - A
 
  (1673)          thought.? |  | past thought list - The scrollable list on
 
  (1673)        thought list - The scrollable list on the bottom of the plex
 
  (1674)           is on the right of Þ | the list.? |   | pin - A shortcut
 
  (1679)       Properties | provides a useful list of details about the
 
  (1684)      Search | allows you to find and list alphabetically thoughts
 
  llc (2)
 
  (9)     Patents pending. ? 1998 Natrificial LLC. All rights reserved. |
 
  (10)      are trademarks of Þ | Natrificial LLC. |   | 1. Introduction  | 
 
  load (3)
 
  (251)         the necessary application and load the file. You can Þ |
 
  (535)      choose Recent Þ | Brains. | ?To load a Brain mapping a useful
 
  (1326)    launch Þ | your web browser and | load the page attached to any
 
  locate (3)
 
  (383)      | 3.?Find the "Games" folder and locate the shortcut to
 
  (649)      Þ | make its thought unable to | locate the file the next time
 
  (1372)             from your Þ | browser to locate any Brain- | enabled
 
  location (9)
 
  (308)      in your Þ | Brain pointed to the location | of the file in its
 
  (648)          to change either the name or location of the file. Doing so
 
  (817)        a Brain). | 6.?Navigate to the location to which you want to
 
  (1128)        a series of folders to find a location in which to save the
 
  (1244)      displayed, but you can move its location and change its size
 
  (1445)        user changes the file name or location of the file, the Þ |
 
  (1509)     The Brain's default installation location, the program will Þ |
 
  (1686)    that file to be opened from | the location of the shortcut
 
  (1686)      of the shortcut rather than the location of the file.? |   |
 
  locator (2)
 
  (984)       the page's | Universal Resource Locator (URL). |   | Clicking
 
  (1694)        |  | URL - Universal Resource Locator, the address of a web
 
  logo (4)
 
  (111)     black square with The Brain's Þ | logo inside. When you | need
 
  (582)    black square with | the blue Brain logo inside it. To link a file
 
  (1217)     small black box with The Brain's logo inside. (The uses of the
 
  (1627)         square | with the blue Brain logo inside. Use the auto hide
 
  lou (13)
 
  (165)     Let's take a quick tour | through Lou Green's Brain. Lou is the
 
  (165)     tour | through Lou Green's Brain. Lou is the editor of a Chicago
 
  (171)        click "Open Lou's Brain." |  | Lou has organized his Brain
 
  (173)       | wherever you are in the plex. Lou has created pins that will
 
  (173)        him to Þ | easily get back to "Lou | Green" (and from there
 
  (177)        this is Þ | a list of thoughts Lou has | recently navigated
 
  (178)        his past thought Þ | list that Lou has recently been |
 
  (181)      will help him at work. |  | When Lou is thinking about
 
  (183)          and "Writers." | This allows Lou to get to the stories in
 
  (190)       other types of data. |  | Since Lou always needs to keep in
 
  (464)           Þ | thoughts. |  | Remember Lou Green's Brain and the way
 
  (1516)      the name. So for a Brain named "Lou Þ | Green," files attached
 
  (1517)        would be stored in the folder Lou Green_brn. You will need
 
  lycos (1)
 
  (1311)    use search engines such as Yahoo, Lycos, Þ | Excite, and others.
 
  m (1)
 
  (1346)       last 30 minutes. And a yellow "M" indicates that Þ | the
 
  mail (4)
 
  (1098)       on the subject line of Þ | the mail. The e-mail will | be
 
  (1099)    to scroll down a Þ | long list of mail saved only | in order of
 
  (1106)     and The Microsoft | Network have mail readers built into their
 
  (1107)        drag | and drop and since the mail readers are not
 
  map (3)
 
  (35)        a simple, Þ | dynamic graphical map in | which to create and
 
  (1051)      the World Wide Web. You can Þ | map whole sites to areas | of
 
  (1055)      a difficult and incomplete site map. You can Þ | navigate
 
  mapped (2)
 
  (1116)       is working with the web? We've mapped Þ | selected portions
 
  (1630)           - A web site that has been mapped for The Brain and
 
  mark (3)
 
  (203)        ENTER or click the green check mark. |   | That's one down.
 
  (209)        ENTER or click the green check mark. |   | Note that the new
 
  (221)        ENTER or click the green check mark. |   | When you create a
 
  maximize (2)
 
  (1258)      Window that will allow | you to maximize it. If you only want
 
  (1363)        may respond more slowly. |  | Maximize Program Windows | You
 
  menu (81)
 
  (31)        and folders, going to the Start Menu, or Þ | scrolling through
 
  (71)           The Brain, click on the Help Menu and choose Purchase or
 
  (75)    help system. |  | 1.?Click the Help Menu. | 2.?Choose Contents and
 
  (79)    accessed Þ | directly from the Help Menu | if you have established
 
  (86)      through Friday. Click on the Help Menu and choose Þ | Technical
 
  (91)      your own. |  | 1.?Click the Brain Menu. | 2.?Choose New Brain.  
 
  (167)    To open it: |  | 1.?Click the Help Menu. | 2.?Choose Contents and
 
  (205)           the plex, click the Thought Menu. (The Thought Menu can
 
  (205)        the Thought Menu. (The Thought Menu can also be Þ | opened by
 
  (300)     or favorites, click | the Options Menu and choose Import
 
  (350)       Create Thought from the Thought Menu. | 2.?Name the thought
 
  (379)             gate. |  | From the Start Menu | If there is not a
 
  (381)         mouse button, click the Start Menu on the Windows Taskbar. |
 
  (461)    of the Brain Window just below the menu bar functions like a Þ |
 
  (471)      | and dropping it just below the menu bar. If you wish to
 
  (472)       the mouse button just below the menu Þ | bar, or  | ?Click on
 
  (473)    | bar, or | ?Click on the Thought Menu and choose Create Pin. | 
 
  (477)        a pin, simply drag it into the menu bar or title bar. |   |
 
  (529)         of your Brain. |  | The Brain Menu | The Brain Menu gives
 
  (530)       |  | The Brain Menu | The Brain Menu gives you several options
 
  (546)    so in Section 7.) |  | The Thought Menu | The Thought Menu is one
 
  (547)   |  | The Thought Menu | The Thought Menu is one of The Brain's
 
  (549)                this context-sensitive menu will change, Þ | offering
 
  (551)          contains a file, the Thought Menu might look like Þ | this:
 
  (552)   |  | Instead of viewing the Thought Menu from the menu bar, you
 
  (552)     viewing the Thought Menu from the menu bar, you can bring it up
 
  (566)        at any time. Using the Thought Menu, choose Þ | Rename
 
  (575)        the plex | ?Using the Thought Menu to select the type of
 
  (632)      by dragging or using the Thought Menu. | 2.?Check the "Link to
 
  (643)        |  | ?Choose the Save icon or menu item in your
 
  (655)      thought |  | 1.?Open the Thought Menu. | 2.?Choose Print.  |   
 
  (662)        from | the application's Print Menu. You would want to use
 
  (713)     the | thought to open the Thought Menu and choose Forget
 
  (727)     or off: |  | 1.?Click the Options Menu. | 2.?Choose Forgotten
 
  (754)     displayed. | 3.?Click the Thought Menu. | 4.?Choose Delete
 
  (772)     itself: |  | 1.?Click the Thought Menu or open it by
 
  (774)      on the context-sensitive Thought Menu. |   | Undo/Redo  | The
 
  (776)       feature is found on the Options Menu. Undo allows you to step
 
  (791)    Þ | context-sensitive |  | Thought Menu. | If you have a thought
 
  (803)     Copy Þ | Thought on the Thought | Menu. The copy will be linked
 
  (815)        by | _brn. | 4.?Click the Edit Menu. | 5.?Choose Copy (or Cut
 
  (821)     list called up with the Þ | Brain Menu. | When a Brain is copied
 
  (880)    you can by: |  | 1.?Click the File Menu. | 2.?Choose Save.  |   |
 
  (883)    any folder. |  | 1.?Click the File Menu. | 2.?Choose Save a Copy.
 
  (899)           by Þ | clicking Notes' File Menu | or Edit Menu.  |   |
 
  (900)            Notes' File Menu | or Edit Menu. |   | Notes' File Menu  
 
  (901)      | or Edit Menu. |  | Notes' File Menu | Import File  | Notes
 
  (907)      or choose | Import from the File Menu. |   | If you only want a
 
  (911)       to Þ | appear, click the Edit | Menu. | 3.?Choose Paste to
 
  (918)     will appear in | grey in the File Menu and will not be available
 
  (921)    any folder. |  | 1.?Click the File Menu. | 2.?Choose Save a Copy.
 
  (928)       the Print selection on the File Menu. |   | Print Preview  |
 
  (944)       thought later. |  | Notes' Edit Menu |   | Cut and Copy  | Cut
 
  (977)       appear at the | top of the Edit Menu. |   | Properties  | The
 
  (1067)       web search tool in the Options Menu. Þ | Simply type in the
 
  (1072)       choosing another site on | the menu launches a search,
 
  (1117)      can access right from the Brain Menu. The Guide Þ | contains
 
  (1132)         moving through Þ | the Start Menu or | hunting for a
 
  (1151)    the next draft, click the Thought Menu and Þ | choose Copy
 
  (1193)    Þ | use. |  | 1.?Open the Thought Menu. | 2.?Choose Move File
 
  (1212)              |  | The Brain's Window Menu | The Window menu allows
 
  (1213)     Brain's Window Menu | The Window menu allows you to set up the
 
  (1232)        portion of The Brain's Window Menu allows you to choose
 
  (1248)           you select from the Window Menu, the Brain Window Þ | can
 
  (1276)       thoughts off. |  | The Options Menu | The Options Menu can be
 
  (1277)     | The Options Menu | The Options Menu can be brought up both by
 
  (1277)    both by clicking its entry on the Menu Þ | Bar or by
 
  (1278)        area of the plex. The Options Menu contains a number of Þ |
 
  (1323)    display, come back to the Options Menu and choose Þ | Forgotten
 
  (1331)       Preferences on the Þ | Options Menu. | General Preferences  |
 
  (1349)       on. |  | Font | This drop-down menu allows you to select the
 
  (1353)       the content. In this drop-down menu, Þ | you can select
 
  (1357)     | Order By | When this drop-down menu is set to Name, thoughts
 
  (1368)       selected Þ | from the Window | Menu. |   | Allow Keyboard
 
  (1394)        Open Web Pages in the Options Menu, you will be Þ | able to
 
  (1467)        Explorer by Clicking the View Menu, then choosing Options
 
  (1474)       | your applications' Open File Menu. |   | If you attach a
 
  (1498)        Explorer. | 2.?Click the View Menu. | 3.?Choose Options.  |
 
  (1605)      is Þ | checked in the | Options Menu.? |   | How do I back up
 
  (1660)    can be | called up from the Brain Menu. ? |   | navigate - To
 
  (1676)     | and displayed just below the | Menu Bar.? |   | plex - The
 
  message (8)
 
  (1097)      messages by simply dragging the message into the plex and
 
  (1100)     receipt, hoping to recognize the message you need. | When you
 
  (1102)         application and | delete the message from the saved message
 
  (1102)    delete the message from the saved message list. |   | If your
 
  (1111)        containing messages. The text message will not Þ | indicate
 
  (1113)           that were contained in the message - you can jump Þ |
 
  (1272)         over the re-sizing circle, a message will Þ | appear
 
  (1595)           appear or I | get an error message.? |   | You do not
 
  microsoft (6)
 
  (980)     called "Writers," which has Þ | a Microsoft Word | document
 
  (1105)     CompuServe, Prodigy, Þ | and The Microsoft | Network have mail
 
  (1145)      changes Þ | you make to it. | ?Microsoft Word will ask you if
 
  (1464)       files it creates. For example, Microsoft Word Þ | identifies
 
  (1479)           the file LETTER.1 Þ | as a Microsoft Word file | by
 
  (1580)       another Þ | browser, such as | Microsoft Internet Explorer.? 
 
  mode (4)
 
  (262)     | 4.?If The Brain is in Auto hide mode, click the auto hide
 
  (276)     | 5.?If The Brain is in Auto hide mode, click the auto hide
 
  (1242)    the Windows Taskbar. |  | In this mode, the Brain Window behaves
 
  (1484)    4.?This puts Explorer in renaming mode. Press the END key. |
 
  monitor (1)
 
  (1221)     to any of the four sides of your monitor (Þ | see "Docking,"
 
  mouse (10)
 
  (199)        the active thought. Using your mouse, click the Þ | child
 
  (201)         thought. | 2.?Now release the mouse button. | 3.?A window
 
  (381)       desktop: |  | 1.?With the right mouse button, click the Start
 
  (467)    fully displayed. You can move your mouse Þ | pointer to the list,
 
  (472)    the thought there by releasing the mouse button just below the
 
  (585)         (see Appendix | A). When your mouse pointer touches the auto
 
  (1215)     that whenever you Þ | click your mouse pointer in | another
 
  (1272)    -- see below). If | you move your mouse pointer over the
 
  (1341)     is so small, you can move | your mouse pointer over a distant
 
  (1376)    despite being | able to detect no mouse or keyboard activity.
 
  multi-dimensional (1)
 
  (1415)    itself after the unique, complex, multi-dimensional mind Þ | of
 
  name (74)
 
  (93)        | 3.?When The Brain asks you to name your Brain, type in your
 
  (93)    name your Brain, type in your first name. | 4.?If you're anxious
 
  (115)      auto hide Þ | button will be the name of | the site (see
 
  (124)      "active thought," currently your name. The Þ | active thought
 
  (130)    its related | thoughts. Click your name again and it is
 
  (152)       | Look at your new Brain - your name is linked to
 
  (177)     Lou's "past thought list." As the name suggests, this is Þ | a
 
  (196)       child | thoughts of the Brain's name. At the moment, your name
 
  (196)     Brain's name. At the moment, your name is the active Þ |
 
  (199)      two child thoughts. |  | 1.?Your name is currently the active
 
  (244)       in the plex. To the left of the name "Order" is an Þ | icon
 
  (252)    of the file's type Þ | next to the name of the | thought. Because
 
  (268)         next to the new thought's Þ | name. |   | Drag File to
 
  (270)   |  | 1.? Create a child thought and name it in a way that will
 
  (271)     it will contain. An | appropriate name will indicate the content
 
  (280)        to the left of the thought's | name. |   | Drag a Folder to
 
  (303)      that appears next to a thought's name indicates the type of Þ |
 
  (327)          to the left of the thought's name. |   | Attaching a Web
 
  (338)    web | page's title will become the name of a new thought that has
 
  (347)      left of the active thought's Þ | name. |   | By Naming  | With
 
  (351)           from the Thought Menu. | 2.?Name the thought the address
 
  (359)                   of the plex. As the name suggests, jump Þ |
 
  (468)    from pin to pin, the current pin's name will be enlarged and Þ |
 
  (488)         your pointer over | the small name of a thought on this list
 
  (488)      to enlarge Þ | and highlight the name for | easier reading. If
 
  (504)       in the first few letters of the name of Þ | the thought you
 
  (508)     more than one thought of the same name in your Brain, using the
 
  (512)    List by clicking on that thought's name. |   | Navigating With
 
  (537)     giving you the opportunity to Þ | name your new | Brain. You can
 
  (538)     Brain. You can give the Brain any name you like, but we suggest
 
  (539)     | as closely as possible to | the name of the person who will be
 
  (558)     | Also, the shorter a thought's | name, the likelier it is to
 
  (559)        than one thought with the same name. If you Þ | try to create
 
  (560)     | try to create a thought | whose name is in use, The Brain will
 
  (560)           a new Þ | thought with that name you | want to create a
 
  (563)      box or for establishing links by name in the future, even
 
  (566)     | Renaming Thoughts | A thought's name can be changed at any
 
  (567)    Rename Thought | and give it a new name. You can also change the
 
  (567)     You can also change the thought's name in the Þ | Properties
 
  (569)    Section 8). |  | If you change the name of a thought, its pin and
 
  (595)       When The Brain asks you for the name of the thought you Þ |
 
  (631)    by creating a new thought with the name of the thought Þ | you
 
  (634)     box. | 3.?Instead of typing a new name for the thought, type the
 
  (634)      the first few letters Þ | of the name of the thought | you wish
 
  (638)     or create a | new thought by that name. See above.) |   | Saving
 
  (648)     As | command to change either the name or location of the file.
 
  (710)    - to confirm you must type the Þ | name of the thought you | wish
 
  (764)    - to confirm you must type the Þ | name of the thought you | wish
 
  (803)        and will Þ | be named "Copy of name of | active thought." All
 
  (812)       .brn file whose filename is the name of the Brain you wish to
 
  (813)      the folder whose filename is the name of the Brain you wish Þ |
 
  (855)        and the other will contain the name of the Brain you were in
 
  (981)     active thought Þ | by editing its name in | Properties.  |   |
 
  (999)    every thought in Þ | your Brain by name. Other | categories
 
  (1005)       created Þ | in Section 3, your name | and "Natrificial" are
 
  (1017)    of these criteria include thought name, keywords Þ | (which are
 
  (1059)          will Þ | appear bearing the name | of the Brain you were
 
  (1081)       When The Þ | Brain asks you to name | the thought, enter the
 
  (1162)            the basic file. Give it a name that will indicate the
 
  (1200)            | in one Brain, with your name or chosen title on it so
 
  (1357)        this drop-down menu is set to Name, thoughts related to the
 
  (1412)     Þ | flat background behind | the name of each thought to make
 
  (1445)      the other user changes the file name or location of the file,
 
  (1459)    disk. |  | The Importance of File Name Extensions | When you
 
  (1461)      follow periods. So, in the file name LETTER.DOC the Þ |
 
  (1469)      | tab. |  | The Brain uses file name extensions to identify
 
  (1513)        are named as | follows: Brain Name.brn, where Brain Name is
 
  (1513)          Brain Name.brn, where Brain Name is the name you've given
 
  (1513)    Name.brn, where Brain Name is the name you've given to each Þ |
 
  (1516)    | folders named after the Brain | name with the characters _brn
 
  (1516)        the characters _brn after the name. So for a Brain named
 
  (1587)           in alphabetical | order by name, by the order in which
 
  (1651)    visible in the plex Þ | but whose name you know, | the instant
 
  (1671)       Brain. Þ | Often, your Brain's name will | be a parentless
 
  naming (7)
 
  (332)             selecting content,Þ | and naming. |   | By Dragging  | 
 
  (348)    active thought's Þ | name. |  | By Naming | With or without your
 
  (538)     any name you like, but we suggest naming it Þ | as closely as
 
  (617)      to them. Or, Þ | you can link by naming. |   | Drag to a Pin  |
 
  (630)       Þ | display gates. |  | Link by Naming | You can also link by
 
  (741)        is not Þ | forgotten using the naming | method for creating
 
  (1171)     Brain works with templates is in naming Þ | the files created
 
  navigate (14)
 
  (27)      drag interface you can create and navigate through Þ | networks
 
  (36)           map in | which to create and navigate all your information.
 
  (106)          related thoughts. As Þ | you navigate between thoughts, |
 
  (169)       and Index. | 3.?Choose View and Navigate a Sample Brain. |
 
  (335)     "Fun" is not visible on the plex, navigate to it by retracing Þ 
 
  (443)    exist on their own. You can always navigate from one to another
 
  (691)      your Brain. But you will have to navigate to it through Þ | the
 
  (817)        (or Cut to move a Brain). | 6.?Navigate to the location to
 
  (853)      site's Natrificial Web Brain and navigate the Þ | site using
 
  (1053)      you can Þ | download and use to navigate. | This is a much
 
  (1055)     incomplete site map. You can Þ | navigate faster, see your |
 
  (1397)        on the speed with | which you navigate the plex, since you
 
  (1546)      | You can use ALT-arrow keys to navigate the plex. A red box
 
  (1661)       up from the Brain Menu. ? |  | navigate - To move from one
 
  navigation (2)
 
  (1039)           have tried to relieve this navigation problem by creating
 
  (1369)          | Menu. |  | Allow Keyboard Navigation | Checking this box
 
  navigational (1)
 
  (1063)      a web Þ | Brain. They are for | navigational purposes only. | 
 
  navigator (1)
 
  (1303)        in a thought called "Netscape Navigator Bookmarks." |   |
 
  netscape (8)
 
  (870)        |  | Importing Web Images From Netscape | A known exception
 
  (871)        to the above procedures is the Netscape browser. To bring Þ |
 
  (872)     Þ | a web image into | notes from Netscape: |   | 1.?Right-click
 
  (1300)     thought called "Favorites." |  | Netscape Bookmarks | Since The
 
  (1301)           | Since The Brain replaces Netscape Navigator's Bookmarks
 
  (1303)     | be stored in a thought called "Netscape Navigator
 
  (1578)       |  | I can't drag objects from Netscape.? |   | Netscape does
 
  (1579)    drag objects from Netscape.? |  | Netscape does not support OLE.
 
  network (7)
 
  (1106)     Prodigy, Þ | and The Microsoft | Network have mail readers
 
  (1178)         works particularly well in a network environment. Not only
 
  (1180)    | need for you to think about the network environment, and
 
  (1180)          environment, and enable the network Þ | to function more  
 
  (1182)       more | productively. |  | In a network environment, you might
 
  (1186)       contained in according to your network software.) | Project
 
  (1192)    move a file from The Brain into a network folder for others to
 
  networking (1)
 
  (541)    | may want to create several | for networking purposes (see
 
  non-active (1)
 
  (222)       you create a new thought from a non-active thought, the
 
  notepad (9)
 
  (236)    purpose of this example, we'll use Notepad to write our business
 
  (237)         |  | 1.?Choose Text Document. Notepad will launch and open a
 
  (240)           we want to save it and exit Notepad. |   | 1.?Click the X
 
  (241)       the X on the upper right of the Notepad window. Notepad will
 
  (241)    upper right of the Notepad window. Notepad will ask Þ | if you
 
  (245)    | icon representing the | attached Notepad file. |   | Remember -
 
  (246)    file. |  | Remember - we only used Notepad for this example
 
  (247)      you have | Windows you also have Notepad. In the future, you
 
  (894)               more sophisticated than Notepad, Þ | you will have no
 
  nt (1)
 
  (46)    computer running Windows 95, 98, or NT 4.0 or Þ | greater. We
 
  object (10)
 
  (862)        text that you type or copy, an object like a picture or Þ | a
 
  (864)    |  | Any application that supports Object Linking and Embedding
 
  (965)           word or phrase. |  | Insert Object | If you wish to create
 
  (966)    | If you wish to create or edit an object such as an image or
 
  (967)     Notes, you | would use the Insert Object function. Choosing it
 
  (968)       Þ | you to select the type of | object to create and giving
 
  (968)        you the option to create a new object or create Þ | an object
 
  (968)         a new object or create Þ | an object from an existing |
 
  (970)     instruct Notes to display the Þ | object as an icon or as an |
 
  (1665)          word processor.? |  | OLE - Object Linking and Embedding,
 
  online (9)
 
  (77)     2.?Choose Contents and Index. |  | Online Resources | Natrificial
 
  (78)             | Natrificial maintains an Online Tutorial, Online FAQ,
 
  (78)          maintains an Online Tutorial, Online FAQ, and Online
 
  (78)    an Online Tutorial, Online FAQ, and Online Reference Þ | area at  
 
  (82)     have a question after checking our online resources, you can Þ |
 
  (543)         can | take you to our various online resources should you
 
  (544)       link to take | advantage of our online help and support.
 
  (1105)       application. |  | Many popular online services, such as
 
  (1105)     online services, such as America Online, CompuServe, Prodigy,
 
  on-line (1)
 
  (181)         it's siblings "Advertisers," "On-line,Þ | " and "Writers"
 
  on-screen (2)
 
  (56)       Þ | press ENTER. | 3.?Follow the on-screen instructions to
 
  (60)         Brain101B.exe. | 2.?Follow the on-screen instructions to
 
  on-the-fly (1)
 
  (640)         to your Brain itself is saved on-the-fly. There Þ | is never
 
  operating (2)
 
  (51)            with your existing files or operating system in any way. |
 
  (1420)         However, The Brain is not an operating system and so Þ |
 
  operation (1)
 
  (976)       Window. |  | Undo | Whenever an operation has been performed
 
  outdated (1)
 
  (1598)         that Þ | the link has become outdated. | ?  |   | Can a
 
  package (1)
 
  (12)      to The Brain™, the first software package that enables you to
 
  paste (9)
 
  (818)       or move your Brain. | 7.?Choose Paste. | 8.? If desired,
 
  (840)        Brain. |  | You cannot cut and paste pieces of two Brains
 
  (869)          OLE, you can try to copy and paste into Þ | Notes.  |   |
 
  (912)    click the Edit | Menu. | 3.?Choose Paste to bring the text into
 
  (950)      Þ | functions of Notes and the | Paste function of your
 
  (951)    function of your application. |  | Paste | Paste moves
 
  (952)     of your application. |  | Paste | Paste moves information stored
 
  (961)    | example, if you wish to copy and paste the entire contents of
 
  (1562)    CTRL-X?Cut | CTRL-C?Copy | CTRL-V?Paste | DEL?Clear  |
 
  pasting (1)
 
  (1136)       Þ | when you are cutting and | pasting between files. It is
 
  patents (1)
 
  (9)    | Version 1.02 | February 25, 1998 | Patents pending. ? 1998
 
  path (1)
 
  (985)        provides information about the path and Þ | filename of the
 
  pentium (1)
 
  (47)          We highly | recommend using a Pentium processor with at
 
  perform (2)
 
  (782)      until you use Undo again. If you perform a new action Þ | while
 
  (946)      |  | Cut and Copy | Cut and Copy perform the same functions in
 
  phone (1)
 
  (84)     at neurology@natrificial.com. |  | Phone Technical Support |
 
  photo (1)
 
  (1621)     database, web browser, Þ | game, photo editor, etc. | ?  |   |
 
  picture (7)
 
  (862)    you type or copy, an object like a picture or Þ | a sound, a
 
  (865)    | Notes. For example, if you see a picture on the Web that you'd
 
  (866)    Notes. However, when dragging in a picture from the Web, Þ |
 
  (867)        Þ | there is one caveat: the | picture may not contain an
 
  (868)       will appear in Notes, not | the picture. |   | If an
 
  (873)     Netscape: |  | 1.?Right-click the picture. | 2.?Choose Save
 
  (875)         a folder in which to save the picture. | 4.?Drag the saved
 
  pin (24)
 
  (465)         |  | Simply click the desired pin and the plex will
 
  (468)      the list, and as it | moves from pin to pin, the current pin's
 
  (468)         and as it | moves from pin to pin, the current pin's name
 
  (470)                |  | Creating Pins | A pin can be created by dragging
 
  (471)     menu bar. If you wish to create a pin of the Þ | active thought,
 
  (473)    the Thought Menu and choose Create Pin. |   | Remember, when you
 
  (474)        you drag a thought to create a pin, you are not moving the Þ 
 
  (477)        Pins | If you wish to remove a pin, simply drag it into the
 
  (499)      | Whether or not a thought has a pin or appears on the past
 
  (569)     change the name of a thought, its pin and entry on the past
 
  (617)     the thought you can't see has a | pin or an entry on the past
 
  (618)    can link by naming. |  | Drag to a Pin | You can create a link to
 
  (619)           on the plex if it Þ | has a pin. Simply drag from the |
 
  (620)    from the | appropriate gate to the pin. Pins can help you save
 
  (621)    number of other thoughts, create a pin for it Þ | and create
 
  (623)           |  | You cannot link from a pin to a thought because pins
 
  (624)             by linking a thought to a pin is between the Þ | two
 
  (625)           - if you later | delete the pin, the link between thoughts
 
  (692)       on the past thought Þ | list or pin, if applicable. |   |
 
  (720)       thought by: |  | ?Clicking its pin, | ?Clicking its entry in
 
  (1131)        thought, you can Þ | create a pin that will quickly | take
 
  (1322)          thought is activated by a | pin or the past thought list,
 
  (1619)            by Þ | clicking it or its pin or entry | on the past
 
  (1675)     the right of Þ | the list.? |  | pin - A shortcut to a thought
 
  pins (23)
 
  (172)        Above the plex is an area for "pins." Pins are shortcuts to
 
  (172)       the plex is an area for "pins." Pins are shortcuts to Þ |
 
  (173)      are in the plex. Lou has created pins that will allow him to Þ 
 
  (176)         (For more information | about pins, see Section 5.) |   |
 
  (458)              more Þ | efficient using pins, | the past thought list,
 
  (460)      the instant activation box. |  | Pins | The part of the Brain
 
  (462)      board onto which you | can place pins. Pins are like shortcuts
 
  (462)      onto which you | can place pins. Pins are like shortcuts to
 
  (462)    where you Þ | are in the plex, the pins | remain visible. In
 
  (463)    pins | remain visible. In general, pins are created for
 
  (464)     Green's Brain and the way he used pins to move quickly to a Þ |
 
  (466)          that pin's thought. |  | All pins are shown at once --
 
  (466)        at once -- there is no list of pins to scroll through. Þ | If
 
  (467)     | If you have a large number of | pins, their names may not be
 
  (469)    and Þ | highlighted. |  | Creating Pins | A pin can be created by
 
  (476)      stays in the plex. |  | Deleting Pins | If you wish to remove a
 
  (478)     menu bar or title bar. |  | Using Pins for Linking Thoughts |
 
  (479)     Using Pins for Linking Thoughts | Pins can also be used to help
 
  (487)    red arrow to its left. As with Þ | pins, holding your pointer
 
  (620)    the | appropriate gate to the pin. Pins can help you save time.
 
  (623)       from a pin to a thought because pins do not have gates. |   |
 
  (627)    to the Past Thought List | As with pins, you can link a thought
 
  (1675)     thought not visible on the plex, pins can be created Þ | and
 
  plex (99)
 
  (106)      area of a Brain is | called the "plex," which is a collection
 
  (107)      navigate between thoughts, | the plex updates to allow you to
 
  (124)        Thought | At the center of the plex is the "active thought,"
 
  (128)          it when it is visible in the plex. Try Þ | clicking the
 
  (129)     is now the active thought and the plex regroups around it,Þ |
 
  (137)            of information. On the Þ | plex, a parent thought is |
 
  (145)         zone, to its right in the Þ | plex. |   | Jump Thought  |
 
  (172)           | and "Personal." Above the plex is an area for "pins."
 
  (173)       there | wherever you are in the plex. Lou has created pins
 
  (177)        see Section 5.) |  | Below the plex is Lou's "past thought
 
  (205)        another way. |  | 1.?Above the plex, click the Thought Menu.
 
  (244)       | 2.?Look at the thought in the plex. To the left of the name
 
  (264)    button). | 5.?Drag the file to the plex. Do not drop the file
 
  (292)        from its Windows folder to the plex. Do not drop it yet. |   
 
  (316)    while dropping | the file into the plex. |   | The same applies
 
  (335)       (If "Fun" is not visible on the plex, navigate to it by
 
  (359)    significant reconfiguration of the plex. As the name suggests,
 
  (378)          drag the | shortcut onto the plex, linking it to the active
 
  (385)       the Solitaire shortcut into the plex, linking it to the active
 
  (394)     where they are displayed on the | plex. The categories describe
 
  (455)           are always displayed on the plex. Distant Þ | thoughts are
 
  (462)    No matter where you Þ | are in the plex, the pins | remain
 
  (465)         click the desired pin and the plex will immediately
 
  (470)            any thought visible on the plex or the Þ | past thought
 
  (475)     thought. The thought stays in the plex. |   | Deleting Pins  |
 
  (483)           | at the very bottom of the plex and can be turned on and
 
  (491)       list, simply click it Þ | - the plex will reconfigure to |
 
  (506)    in the rest. | 3.?Press ENTER. The plex will reconfigure to
 
  (507)    can be closed by pressing ESC. The plex will Þ | remain as is.  |
 
  (520)      are displayed at Þ | once in the plex - the rest | can be
 
  (524)           earlier in this manual, the plex can display a Þ | great
 
  (554)    | applying to any thought in | the plex, not just the active
 
  (558)       likelier it is to appear in the plex in its entirety. |   | It
 
  (573)       from a gate of a thought in the plex | ?Dragging a file from
 
  (574)          a file from Windows into the plex | ?Using the Thought
 
  (585)     touches the auto hide button, the plex will Þ | appear.  |
 
  (587)     your pointer moves into the Þ | a plex a line will form |
 
  (589)      Þ | in; as you move | around the plex, the line will jump from
 
  (605)       |  | To Thoughts Visible in the Plex | Simply drag from the
 
  (606)      other thought Þ | visible in the plex. | The thought you drag
 
  (610)       from an inactive thought, | the plex will not change. |   |
 
  (614)   |  | To Thoughts Not Visible in the Plex | You cannot drag to
 
  (616)      Þ | cannot be displayed in the | plex. But you still can make
 
  (619)    thought that is not visible on the plex if it Þ | has a pin.
 
  (627)     can link a thought visible in the plex to another thought Þ | by
 
  (676)    ?Drag from a different gate. The plex will automatically
 
  (696)    - it simply will not appear in the plex unless you have chosen to
 
  (698)    way to remove clutter Þ | from the plex. |   | How to Forget  | 
 
  (706)        the last remaining link to the plex, that thought is Þ |
 
  (725)             Forgotten Thoughts in the Plex | Forgotten thoughts can
 
  (729)      will be displayed in grey in the plex. Links to Þ | forgotten
 
  (731)     thoughts will still appear in the plex and on the past thought
 
  (732)    or not they are | displayed on the plex. Clicking these will both
 
  (749)     the dotted line linking it to the plex. | 4.?Confirm that you
 
  (834)       .brn file into the open Brain's plex and create the Þ |
 
  (842)             |  | 8. Tools | Below the plex, the Brain Window
 
  (1076)      by Þ | dragging them into the | plex, as described in Sections
 
  (1097)        dragging the message into the plex and linking Þ | it in any
 
  (1138)         additional thoughts from the plex into the application, or 
 
  (1260)           the desired size. |  | The Plex and Tools Windows | You
 
  (1261)          size and positioning of the plex and Tools Þ | Windows. If
 
  (1262)         you may Þ | wish to make the plex | larger. On the other
 
  (1265)       the positions of the Tools and plex Windows. |   | In the
 
  (1266)       middle of the line between the plex and Tools Windows, there
 
  (1267)    change the orientation Þ | of the plex and Tools | Windows from
 
  (1269)      to the left and right. |  | The Plex Itself | The scale of the
 
  (1270)       Plex Itself | The scale of the plex and its thoughts can be
 
  (1274)    size Þ | that suits you. |  | The plex can be resized at any
 
  (1278)            | in an empty area of the plex. The Options Menu
 
  (1320)     of forgotten thoughts in the Þ | plex. As discussed in Section 
 
  (1321)      thoughts must be visible in the plex to be deleted. If a Þ |
 
  (1334)        the Siblings box will set the plex to display the active
 
  (1339)     may contribute to clutter in the plex, Þ | even though they are
 
  (1342)       Of course, if you resize | the plex, distant thoughts will
 
  (1342)      rest of the Þ | thoughts in the plex. |   | Markers  | There
 
  (1350)     to Þ | display thoughts in the | plex. There is no setting for
 
  (1358)          order. You can also set the plex to display them Þ | based
 
  (1361)    cause the pointer to flash in the plex. Check this box Þ | to
 
  (1397)        with | which you navigate the plex, since you don't want The
 
  (1400)         appears in the center of the plex. Immediately around it Þ 
 
  (1403)      Indicator | removes it from the plex and the active thought
 
  (1404)       as its central position in the plex. If you keep the active
 
  (1408)    Wallpaper | The background of the plex can be changed to any
 
  (1439)          to drag the | file into the plex. There are three ways of
 
  (1442)         a file from Windows into the plex will attach to the Þ |
 
  (1546)       ALT-arrow keys to navigate the plex. A red box around the Þ |
 
  (1614)       a thought to the center of the plex and make it the Þ |
 
  (1617)         occupies the center | of the plex and is encircled by the
 
  (1636)       Close thoughts | appear on the plex.? |   | delete - The
 
  (1639)          can Þ | be displayed on the plex. | ?  |   | dock - The
 
  (1642)       - To remove a thought from the plex without deleting it, it's
 
  (1651)         a thought not visible in the plex Þ | but whose name you
 
  (1655)               reconfiguration of the plex than activating other
 
  (1657)       connecting two thoughts in the plex. Links can be created Þ |
 
  (1673)            list on the bottom of the plex showing Þ | the order in
 
  (1675)      to a thought not visible on the plex, pins can be created Þ |
 
  (1677)     just below the | Menu Bar.? |  | plex - The visible portion of
 
  (1681)       that has been removed from the plex by forgetting can Þ | be
 
  (1695)     site.? |  | zones - Areas in the plex displaying thoughts
 
  pre-determined (1)
 
  (17)    way, Þ | without limiting you any | pre-determined file
 
  pre-existing (2)
 
  (232)     | Launching a thought that has no pre-existing content brings up
 
  (1477)      with that application. If a Þ | pre-existing file has an
 
  preferences (10)
 
  (1209)      has its own set of customizable preferences. When Þ | you
 
  (1210)     | it will be set up with default preferences. When you open an
 
  (1211)      simultaneously | be loading its preferences. |   | The Brain's
 
  (1326)      a web page Þ | attached. In the Preferences | section, below,
 
  (1330)      | allowing you to move on. |  | Preferences | You may make
 
  (1331)     more custom settings by choosing Preferences on the Þ | Options
 
  (1332)      the Þ | Options Menu. | General Preferences |   | Siblings  |
 
  (1381)             purposes. |  | Reset All Preferences to Defaults | If
 
  (1382)     this button, all the settings in Preferences will be reset to
 
  (1384)    Color, Animation, and | Wallpaper preferences. |   | Colors  |
 
  pre-programmed (1)
 
  (1068)      want to find, select one of the pre-programmed search engines,
 
  preview (3)
 
  (929)          on the File Menu. |  | Print Preview | Because Notes does
 
  (931)      width of the Notes Window, Print Preview is a useful way of
 
  (934)     You cannot edit text on the Print Preview screen. To exit back
 
  print (14)
 
  (654)        Thought Files | If you wish to print the file attached to the
 
  (656)         the Thought Menu. | 2.?Choose Print. |   | The Brain will
 
  (658)             tell the application to | print it. If the thought's
 
  (661)          and Þ | clicking on it. Then print from | the application's
 
  (662)        print from | the application's Print Menu. You would want to
 
  (662)      if you Þ | require a specialized print | job, such as printing
 
  (927)      compatible with Windows 95. |  | Print | To print your Note,
 
  (928)      with Windows 95. |  | Print | To print your Note, choose the
 
  (928)      | To print your Note, choose the Print selection on the File
 
  (929)      selection on the File Menu. |  | Print Preview | Because Notes
 
  (931)      | the width of the Notes Window, Print Preview is a useful way
 
  (934)      |  | You cannot edit text on the Print Preview screen. To exit
 
  (935)     Þ | editing screen: | ?Click the Print button to send the
 
  (1559)       |  | CTRL-S?Save Note | CTRL-P?Print Note | CTRL-X?Cut  |
 
  printer (1)
 
  (935)    button to send the document to the printer, or | ?Click the
 
  process (2)
 
  (1424)    to use the Windows | installation process. |   | Once you've
 
  (1540)       and | more complex - this is a process that cannot be done
 
  processing (4)
 
  (234)       future, you'll select your word processing application to
 
  (887)    is readable by any Þ | recent word processing | application
 
  (894)       Processor | If you use any word processing application more
 
  (925)    is readable by any Þ | recent word processing | application
 
  processor (7)
 
  (47)     highly | recommend using a Pentium processor with at least 16Mb
 
  (247)          you will select the word Þ | processor or application |
 
  (861)       Window is at once a simple word processor Þ | and a
 
  (893)       file. |  | Using the Notes Word Processor | If you use any
 
  (895)     have no | trouble using the Notes processor. |   | Features like
 
  (1621)          - A program, such as a word processor, database, web
 
  (1664)       Notes | includes a simple word processor.? |   | OLE - Object
 
  program (7)
 
  (364)      thought containing the Solitaire program. |   | Jump thoughts
 
  (374)    be launched from The | Brain. |  | Program files install and work
 
  (1363)           more slowly. |  | Maximize Program Windows | You can have
 
  (1463)       Þ | means that the file is a | program that can be run ("EXE"
 
  (1509)           installation location, the program will Þ | be located in
 
  (1509)    program will Þ | be located in C:\Program | Files\The Brain.
 
  (1621)          list.? |  | application - A program, such as a word
 
  programs (4)
 
  (382)    Open to bring up a list of all the programs installed on your Þ |
 
  (384)         this can be found by clicking Programs, then Accessories, Þ 
 
  (1366)    is docked, the | windows of other programs will not cover the
 
  (1366)     If it is Þ | floating, the other programs will | completely
 
  query (6)
 
  (994)     searches for thoughts | using the Query Search (see below). If
 
  (1000)    name. Other | categories include: Query, forgotten thoughts;
 
  (1014)     you activate a Þ | thought. |  | Query | When you want to find
 
  (1015)       quickly, you would use the Þ | Query function. Choosing |
 
  (1016)       Þ | Query function. Choosing | Query brings up the Query
 
  (1016)       Choosing | Query brings up the Query Window, into which you
 
  ram (1)
 
  (47)           processor with at least 16Mb RAM and at least 4Mb Þ | of
 
  randomly (2)
 
  (1316)          this option, The Brain will randomly step Þ | through the
 
  (1405)          clockwise rotation to a Þ | randomly shifting clockwise- |
 
  readable (2)
 
  (887)      Rich Text Format (RTF), which is readable by any Þ | recent
 
  (925)      Rich Text Format (RTF), which is readable by any Þ | recent
 
  read-only (2)
 
  (1062)     the | site. |  | Web Brains are "read-only" - that is, you
 
  (1144)       the | second instance will be "read-only" and you won't be
 
  reconfiguration (2)
 
  (359)    so will cause a more | significant reconfiguration of the plex.
 
  (1655)        produces a | more significant reconfiguration of the plex
 
  reconfigure (4)
 
  (465)     pin and the plex will immediately reconfigure to Þ | activate
 
  (491)          click it Þ | - the plex will reconfigure to | show that
 
  (506)       | 3.?Press ENTER. The plex will reconfigure to activate the
 
  (676)     gate. The plex will automatically reconfigure to Þ | show the
 
  reduce (2)
 
  (1275)       display | distant thoughts and reduce it when you turn
 
  (1524)      of Windows | Explorer, but will reduce the power your Brain
 
  reestablish (1)
 
  (739)              Þ | You do not have to | reestablish the same link that
 
  reference (2)
 
  (78)       Tutorial, Online FAQ, and Online Reference Þ | area at  |
 
  (475)          - your are just | creating a reference to the thought. The
 
  refresh (1)
 
  (1031)      |  | Click the Update button to refresh the list. |   | 9. The
 
  regroups (1)
 
  (129)       the active thought and the plex regroups around it,Þ | showing
 
  related (29)
 
  (106)      which is a collection of closely related thoughts. As Þ | you
 
  (121)         Þ | represent, how they are | related, and what they
 
  (126)         All of the other Þ | thoughts related to the active |
 
  (129)    regroups around it,Þ | showing its related | thoughts. Click your
 
  (174)         child thoughts), the thoughts related Þ | to "Advertisers,"
 
  (284)     all the files Þ | in it should be related in | some way.  |   |
 
  (363)    are Þ | not likely to be closely | related. However, she knows
 
  (365)        as a link to a thought that is related to Þ | the active
 
  (395)     are either directly or indirectly related to each other by
 
  (442)         Your Brain | All thoughts are related - directly or
 
  (444)     nothing to do with each other are related through a chain Þ | of
 
  (453)       may be Þ | closely or distantly related. | Thoughts are
 
  (454)          are considered to be closely related when they are linked
 
  (523)    that in Windows, a | folder can be related only to one other
 
  (607)            but it Þ | must be closely related to the | active
 
  (690)      thought and all the Þ | thoughts related to it will | still be
 
  (695)        in your Brain with Þ | all its related thoughts | intact - it
 
  (707)          you also forget any thoughts related only to it. Þ | If you
 
  (1001)         | and/or Shortcuts attached; Related thoughts, and attached
 
  (1007)     Þ | major section headings. |  | Related thoughts | This
 
  (1008)          produces a list of thoughts related to the active thought.
 
  (1011)       resulting thoughts will be Þ | related to the active thought.
 
  (1013)       thought in the Brain. |  | The Related thoughts list updates
 
  (1035)       of pages | to link with other, related pages, somewhat like
 
  (1042)    browser, separate from your other related Þ | files.  |   | The
 
  (1200)    that all your Þ | thoughts can be related to one | another, as
 
  (1357)        menu is set to Name, thoughts related to the active Þ |
 
  (1526)     contain Þ | fewer files that are related to a | specific
 
  (1656)             used to link exclusively related thoughts.? |   | link
 
  relink (1)
 
  (738)      forgotten thoughts. | 2.?Link or relink the forgotten thought
 
  re-link (4)
 
  (714)       the thought | and automatically re-link its relatives to
 
  (715)    intelligent guess as to | where to re-link these thoughts - if no
 
  (767)     the thought and Þ | automatically re-link its | relatives to
 
  (768)              guess as to Þ | where to re-link these | thoughts - if
 
  relinking (2)
 
  (741)    You can also remember a thought by relinking it with a thought
 
  (1536)    thoughts around, by unlinking and relinking them, but Þ | on a
 
  remote (1)
 
  (1056)      at will. It's like having a Þ | remote control for the site. |
 
  rename (10)
 
  (339)         the page is attached, you can rename the thought to suit you
 
  (352)     have created the thought, you can rename it without losing the
 
  (533)      Brain, choose Open Brain. | ?To rename a Brain, choose Rename
 
  (533)         | ?To rename a Brain, choose Rename Brain. | ?To see a
 
  (566)    Using the Thought Menu, choose Þ | Rename Thought | and give it a
 
  (819)    7.?Choose Paste. | 8.? If desired, rename the new file and folder
 
  (981)       "Writers.doc" attached. You can rename the active thought Þ |
 
  (1083)     to the thought so that | you can rename the thought
 
  (1152)       Þ | choose Copy Thought. | 2.? Rename the copy to reflect the
 
  (1173)     modifying them and forgetting to rename the new file before
 
  report (1)
 
  (1149)    | example, if you are writing a | report that will go through
 
  requirements (1)
 
  (45)    computer. |  | 2. Setup |  | System Requirements | The Brain will
 
  reset (2)
 
  (1381)    project management purposes. |  | Reset All Preferences to
 
  (1382)      settings in Preferences will be reset to Þ | their default
 
  resize (5)
 
  (899)     (see | Section 12 to learn how to resize). Additional features
 
  (938)     not be Þ | able to click Close. | Resize the Brain Window in
 
  (1252)    opposite the docked side. |  | To resize the Brain Window: |   |
 
  (1273)          you that you can | "drag to resize." You will want to
 
  (1341)     it Þ | larger. Of course, if you resize | the plex, distant
 
  re-sizing (7)
 
  (1270)       be changed by dragging the Þ | re-sizing circle. This is the 
 
  (1272)     move your mouse pointer over the re-sizing circle, a message
 
  (1350)       that is adjusted using the Þ | re-sizing circle. |   | File
 
  (1387)        For example, the color of the re-sizing circle, thought
 
  (1400)     Immediately around it Þ | is the re-sizing circle. And |
 
  (1403)    still be distinguished Þ | by the re-sizing circle as | well as
 
  (1617)     the plex and is encircled by the re-sizing circle. It is the
 
  retracing (1)
 
  (335)        on the plex, navigate to it by retracing Þ | your thoughts.)
 
  review (1)
 
  (572)       |  | Creating New Thoughts | To review what we learned in
 
  rewrite (1)
 
  (1149)     delete Þ | earlier drafts as you rewrite. | The best way to
 
  right-click (3)
 
  (712)      of clicking Þ | the dotted line, right-click the | thought to
 
  (766)      of clicking Þ | the dotted line, right-click the | thought and
 
  (873)        | notes from Netscape: |  | 1.?Right-click the picture. |
 
  right-clicking (3)
 
  (552)       bar, you can bring it up Þ | by right-clicking a | thought,
 
  (772)        the Thought Menu or open it by right-clicking the thought. |
 
  (1277)      entry on the Menu Þ | Bar or by right-clicking | in an empty
 
  rolls (1)
 
  (368)        to an | agency that counts and rolls quarters. |   | Using a
 
  rtf (4)
 
  (887)    will be saved in Rich Text Format (RTF), which is readable by any
 
  (903)          of two formats, ASCII or Þ | RTF. If you wish to import a |
 
  (905)         it | and save or export it in RTF format, which retains much
 
  (925)    will be saved in Rich Text Format (RTF), which is readable by any
 
  sample (4)
 
  (162)    out of the way, we can look | at a sample Brain - you'll see how
 
  (163)        Þ | own Brain in no time. |  | Sample Brain | The Brain comes
 
  (164)        Brain | The Brain comes with a sample Brain to demonstrate
 
  (169)       | 3.?Choose View and Navigate a Sample Brain. | 4.?At the
 
  scroll (4)
 
  (466)        -- there is no list of pins to scroll through. Þ | If you
 
  (485)     |  | When the list is on, you can scroll through it by clicking
 
  (502)         thought). You may Þ | have to scroll in order | to reach the
 
  (1099)      your Brain than when you had to scroll down a Þ | long list of
 
  scrollable (3)
 
  (482)    representation of that train | - a scrollable list of thoughts in
 
  (1501)        | 5.?This will bring you to a scrollable list of file types
 
  (1673)         |  | past thought list - The scrollable list on the bottom
 
  scrolling (3)
 
  (31)        going to the Start Menu, or Þ | scrolling through long |
 
  (103)    Brain. This is roughly Þ | akin to scrolling through | your
 
  (521)       - the rest | can be accessed by scrolling). Each thought can
 
  search (24)
 
  (510)     of them (see Section 6). |  | The Search List | You can use the
 
  (511)     The Search List | You can use the Search Tool (see Section 8) to
 
  (512)             | Activate a thought in a Search List by clicking on
 
  (842)         Tools: Notes, Þ | Properties, Search, and | History. Click
 
  (963)        | These functions allow you to search for a specific word or
 
  (994)        for thoughts | using the Query Search (see below). If you use
 
  (996)        the words with a | space. |  | Search | The Search Tool is a
 
  (997)     with a | space. |  | Search | The Search Tool is a great way to
 
  (998)       Þ | thoughts immediately. | The Search Tool displays an
 
  (1002)     | To activate a thought from the Search List, simply click it. 
 
  (1017)      criteria Þ | for performing a | search of your Brain. Some of
 
  (1067)        has a convenient built-in web search tool in the Options
 
  (1068)     select one of the pre-programmed search engines, and The Þ |
 
  (1068)      engines, and The Þ | Brain will search the | web for pages
 
  (1070)       you won't have to Þ | find the search windows | on the sites.
 
  (1072)        site on | the menu launches a search, without your having to
 
  (1309)         of a file or | thought. |  | Search the Web | As discussed
 
  (1310)      Section 9, you can launch a Web search directly from The Þ |
 
  (1311)     feature, which can be set to use search engines such as Yahoo,
 
  (1566)              All | CTRL-F?Find | F3??Search Web | CTRL-H?Replace  |
 
  (1648)     - The History Tool allows you to search for recently accessed,
 
  (1683)      it to any normal thought.? |  | Search - The section of the
 
  (1683)         Window that appears when the Search Þ | Button is clicked.
 
  (1683)    the Search Þ | Button is clicked. Search | allows you to find
 
  session (1)
 
  (989)     in this thought (not just in this session, but since its
 
  set (23)
 
  (282)       Brain you kept a very organized set of folders, Þ | you may
 
  (732)         the forgotten Þ | thought and set The Brain to | display all
 
  (1185)        to create separate Brains and set the Þ | access privileges
 
  (1209)               Each Brain has its own set of customizable
 
  (1210)     create a new Brain, | it will be set up with default
 
  (1213)      | The Window menu allows you to set up the manner in which The
 
  (1243)           |  | With the Brain Window set to Float, you may also
 
  (1255)           if you like, but if you've set the Brain Þ | Window to
 
  (1257)            if you do this. |  | When set to Float, a button will
 
  (1311)         this | feature, which can be set to use search engines such
 
  (1316)    Þ | wander, so can The Brain | be set to Wander. If you select
 
  (1322)    this option will automatically be set to Þ | display forgotten
 
  (1327)            | section, below, you can set a delay so that if you are
 
  (1334)     | Checking the Siblings box will set the plex to display the
 
  (1354)    to be Þ | displayed. (Even if you set the | file icons to
 
  (1357)     By | When this drop-down menu is set to Name, thoughts related
 
  (1358)     alphabetical order. You can also set the plex to display them
 
  (1392)      | speed of the Animation can be set using the slide bar. |   |
 
  (1395)    | able to use this slide | bar to set the delay between a
 
  (1396)         web page. The | delay can be set from between one and ten
 
  (1396)      one and ten seconds. You should set this Þ | based on the
 
  (1402)        | With this slide bar you can set the speed of its rotation.
 
  (1625)    button - When the Brain Window is set to Auto hide, it will Þ |
 
  setting (7)
 
  (109)     Hide Button | The Brain's default setting is to automatically
 
  (1215)    | Auto Hide | The Brain's default setting is Auto Hide. This
 
  (1225)    be displayed. | You may find this setting useful as you make the
 
  (1306)        | This is a context-sensitive setting and the next action to
 
  (1350)           in the | plex. There is no setting for font size since
 
  (1375)    of Idle Time as Active | Use this setting to select the amount
 
  (1378)        the timer runs out. |  | This setting affects the accuracy
 
  settings (5)
 
  (1248)    The Brain Window | No matter what settings you select from the
 
  (1278)            a number of Þ | important settings. |   | Importing
 
  (1331)      | You may make many more custom settings by choosing
 
  (1382)    If you click this button, all the settings in Preferences will
 
  (1382)        be reset to Þ | their default settings. This will | not
 
  setup (4)
 
  (44)    brain into your | computer. |  | 2. Setup |   | System
 
  (55)      button, then select | Run. Type D:Setup (where D: indicates the
 
  (56)          to install the software. When setup is Þ | complete, The
 
  (60)          to install the software. When setup is Þ | complete, The
 
  share (8)
 
  (429)          | sibling thoughts that also share a parent-child
 
  (1179)     computer on the LAN, but you can share Brains with other users.
 
  (1183)    team with whom you'll need Þ | to share files will only | be
 
  (1191)      it. |  | There are easy ways to share files with other users
 
  (1205)        is especially useful if | you share your computer with
 
  (1417)     prettier or easier, but they all share the same Þ |
 
  (1426)             The Brain and Windows do share this: they Þ | both
 
  (1506)      Þ | because some applications | share the same extension, this
 
  sharing (3)
 
  (1143)           of the file, but, like Þ | sharing files on a LAN, the |
 
  (1191)       files with other users without sharing the Þ | same Brain.
 
  (1443)       method, for example, if you're sharing Þ | the computer with
 
  shift (2)
 
  (315)    into your Brain, hold down the Þ | SHIFT key while dropping | the
 
  (758)    first forgetting it, hold down the SHIFT key as Þ | you click the
 
  shift-dropping (2)
 
  (1454)      create a copy of the file. |  | SHIFT-dropping Files |
 
  (1455)    file. |  | SHIFT-dropping Files | SHIFT-dropping moves the file
 
  shifting (1)
 
  (1405)           rotation to a Þ | randomly shifting clockwise- |
 
  shortcut (34)
 
  (119)    page, a Þ | spreadsheet, a file, a shortcut, a | game, an
 
  (305)        at the lower left, it is a Þ | shortcut. Most Windows |
 
  (308)     described above, dragging created shortcut files in your Þ |
 
  (309)    the Brain. Þ | You can tell that a shortcut has | been created by
 
  (320)       see | Appendix A. |  | Attach a Shortcut to a Thought | We
 
  (321)          | We just covered creating a shortcut to a file by dragging
 
  (322)    a thought. You can also | attach a shortcut using the Select
 
  (324)        content. | 2.?Click the Create Shortcut to File... button. |
 
  (325)       to which you wish to create the shortcut. | 4.?Click Open.  | 
 
  (327)             | 4.?Click Open. |  | The shortcut icon appears to the
 
  (377)       want to add to your Brain has a shortcut already on Þ | the
 
  (378)        on Þ | the desktop, drag the | shortcut onto the plex,
 
  (380)    the Start Menu | If there is not a shortcut on the desktop: |   |
 
  (383)     the "Games" folder and locate the shortcut to Solitaire. (With
 
  (385)        Games. | 4.?Drag the Solitaire shortcut into the plex,
 
  (598)           with one file, web page, or shortcut. Þ | However, the
 
  (773)      File, Delete Web Page, or Delete Shortcut, whichever Þ |
 
  (792)       have a thought with an attached shortcut to a file that
 
  (793)           from the folder and Þ | the shortcut will be | replaced by
 
  (800)    be associated with the | file by a shortcut. Clicking the thought
 
  (858)           with one file, web page, or shortcut,Þ | it can also
 
  (862)      like a picture or Þ | a sound, a shortcut, or any | combination
 
  (891)     happy to hear that you can create shortcut icons for additional
 
  (1104)        create a thought and attach a shortcut to the Þ | e-mail
 
  (1130)     player, etc., | you can attach a shortcut to a thought that
 
  (1133)    the Start Menu or | hunting for a shortcut. |   | Juggling
 
  (1443)         not the actual file, but a | shortcut to it. You would use
 
  (1445)     or location of the file, the Þ | shortcut you've established in
 
  (1591)         |  | I cannot attach a file, shortcut, or web page to a
 
  (1623)     may be associated with one file, shortcut, or web page. Þ |
 
  (1624)    exists, the thought and its file, shortcut, or web page are said
 
  (1675)       of Þ | the list.? |  | pin - A shortcut to a thought not
 
  (1685)     a particular Þ | category.? |  | shortcut - A small file and
 
  (1686)    opened from | the location of the shortcut rather than the
 
  site (27)
 
  (6)      for free from the Natrificial™ web site - www.natrificial.com. | 
 
  (115)     browser is at a Brain-Enabled web site, beneath the auto hide Þ 
 
  (116)    | button will be the name of | the site (see Section 9). |   |
 
  (336)       Web Browser and go to a fun web site, for example
 
  (344)     your browser is open, the current site is displayed in another
 
  (346)      page, type in the address of the site you wish Þ | to attach.
 
  (852)     browser is at a Brain-Enabled web site (see Section 9), another
 
  (853)        Web Brain and navigate the Þ | site using its Brain. | When
 
  (1052)              A Þ | Brain-Enabled web site | is a site that has had
 
  (1053)    Þ | Brain-Enabled web site | is a site that has had a Brain
 
  (1054)             way to move around a web site than Þ | following links
 
  (1055)           a difficult and incomplete site map. You can Þ | navigate
 
  (1056)       see your | position within the site better, and skip pages at
 
  (1056)         a Þ | remote control for the site. |   | If you have
 
  (1057)      |  | If you have navigated to a site that is Brain-Enabled, a
 
  (1058)        | indicating that the current site has a web Brain
 
  (1061)     Þ | when you are done with the | site. |   | Web Brains are
 
  (1065)          see our own | Brain-Enabled site at www.natrificial.com.
 
  (1065)     site at www.natrificial.com. Our site also includes links to Þ 
 
  (1071)           | on the sites. And if one site doesn't turn up the
 
  (1071)    want, Þ | simply choosing another site on | the menu launches a
 
  (1072)      find a bookmark for Þ | another site or typing in a |
 
  (1224)        Window | will never be out of site, the auto hide button
 
  (1575)       have downloaded | from our web site will allow you to add to
 
  (1630)         ? |  | Brain-Enabled - A web site that has been mapped for
 
  (1631)     for you to use in navigating the site.? |   | child thought - A
 
  (1694)        Locator, the address of a web site.? |   | zones - Areas in
 
  sites (11)
 
  (1040)      you get to | frequently visited sites. But bookmarks are
 
  (1050)    addresses. |  | Brain-Enabled Web Sites | The Brain is a
 
  (1051)      Wide Web. You can Þ | map whole sites to areas | of your
 
  (1052)         or, even more helpfully, web sites can be "Brain-Enabled."
 
  (1064)       web-masters Brain-enable their sites. For Þ | information,
 
  (1065)     links to Þ | other Brain-Enabled sites. |   | Searching the Web
 
  (1071)     find the search windows | on the sites. And if one site doesn't
 
  (1118)         useful and | interesting web sites, and in the Brain
 
  (1371)     |  | Check for Brain-Enabled Web Sites | Checking this box
 
  (1373)      locate any Brain- | enabled web sites. |   | Count X Minutes
 
  (1659)       interesting and useful Þ | web sites that can be | called up
 
  software (9)
 
  (12)     | Welcome to The Brain™, the first software package that enables
 
  (42)    |  | Now that you've downloaded the software, you're ready to
 
  (56)            instructions to install the software. When setup is Þ |
 
  (60)            instructions to install the software. When setup is Þ |
 
  (848)          helping Þ | you purchase the software - | or, if you have
 
  (849)      if you have already purchase the software, it will help you
 
  (1106)    mail readers built into their own software. Therefore, since Þ |
 
  (1186)         in according to your network software.) | Project Managers
 
  (1576)     Brain you must register Þ | your software. To register, | click
 
  source (4)
 
  (19)    | The wonder of the mind, | and the source of human creativity, is
 
  (428)     you can form in The Brain are the source of it's Þ | power.
 
  (519)            Your Brain | Links are the source of The Brain's power.
 
  (1036)       Web is troublesome is the very source of its greatness - Þ |
 
  space (11)
 
  (28)          of thoughts in a | conceptual space unique to you work
 
  (47)      and at least 4Mb Þ | of available space | on your hard drive.  |
 
  (313)        This method uses the most disk space, since Þ | multiple
 
  (995)       Þ | separate the words with a | space. |   | Search  | The
 
  (1219)    Þ | allows you the most desktop | space for working in your
 
  (1226)    likely want to free up screen Þ | space for working with | your
 
  (1440)     has implications for hard disk | space. |   | Dragging Files  |
 
  (1452)      take up Þ | twice the hard disk space. | You should use this
 
  (1457)       This Þ | method uses the least space on | your hard disk.  | 
 
  (1512)         thoughts each require 2Kb of space. Þ | Brain files are
 
  (1612)    Brain. | This will save hard disk space.? |   | Glossary  |
 
  specifications (1)
 
  (1069)     the | web for pages meeting your specifications. |   | This
 
  splits (1)
 
  (407)      | the department. If an employee splits time between Sales and
 
  splitter (2)
 
  (1267)    is a Þ | small notch called the | Splitter Button. Clicking the
 
  (1267)      | Splitter Button. Clicking the Splitter Button will change
 
  spreadsheet (1)
 
  (119)         a document, a web page, a Þ | spreadsheet, a file, a
 
  spreadsheets (1)
 
  (24)      information, including documents, spreadsheets, images,
 
  status (1)
 
  (548)         thought. Depending on the Þ | status of the thought's |
 
  storage (1)
 
  (33)     | around your computer's | generic storage systems. With The
 
  store (3)
 
  (947)     will Þ | delete the selection and store | it in the clipboard
 
  (957)          from Cut in that it does not store the Þ | information in
 
  (1093)     your | favorite joke e-mails, or store e-mail from your
 
  stored (14)
 
  (65)         all the information you | have stored in them. You will also
 
  (100)     Þ | and knowledge that you have | stored in your mind. |   |
 
  (603)     they also allow information to be stored in and Þ | accessible
 
  (665)          as in your mind, information stored in the Brain needs to
 
  (810)      to the folder where The Brain is stored. If you Þ | accepted
 
  (952)     | Paste | Paste moves information stored in the clipboard into
 
  (974)               and the image will be | stored in Notes. Some
 
  (1292)    Þ | your desktop.  They will | be stored in a thought called
 
  (1295)              | folder.  They will be stored in a thought called "My
 
  (1298)          Þ | favorites. They will be stored | in a thought called
 
  (1303)    current bookmarks. They will | be stored in a thought called
 
  (1510)         created on your computer are stored Þ | in c:\My Brains.
 
  (1515)        to thoughts in each Brain are stored in separate Þ | folders
 
  (1517)           to its | thoughts would be stored in the folder Lou
 
  subject (9)
 
  (119)     | concept, a project, a person, a subject, a document, a web
 
  (195)         you create will likely be Þ | subject headings that are
 
  (197)    think of it for | now as the major subject heading of your
 
  (226)    Content | Some thoughts can act as subject headings, like "Work"
 
  (1092)        other information on the same subject. You can devote a
 
  (1098)           will be named based on the subject line of Þ | the mail.
 
  (1527)     that are related to a | specific subject. In this way, the
 
  (1671)    or a thought representing a major subject heading in the Brain.
 
  (1692)     notes; or | they can function as subject headings. They can
 
  support (14)
 
  (70)      web Brains | ?Enhanced technical support |   | To purchase The
 
  (81)      connection. |  | E-Mail Technical Support | If you still have a
 
  (82)       you can Þ | e-mail our Technical Support | department at
 
  (84)                   |  | Phone Technical Support | Registered users of
 
  (85)    of The Brain may call for Technical Support between the Þ | hours
 
  (86)     Help Menu and choose Þ | Technical Support for | more
 
  (544)    | advantage of our online help and support. However, if you wish
 
  (869)       |  | If an application does not support OLE, you can try to
 
  (1103)     your e-mail application does not support drag and drop, you can
 
  (1106)    Therefore, since Þ | none of them support drag | and drop and
 
  (1579)    Netscape.? |  | Netscape does not support OLE. You will be more
 
  (1582)     thought.? |  | Applications that support drag and drop from
 
  (1583)       If | your application does not support drag and drop from
 
  (1666)     to another. Not all applications support OLE.? |   | parent
 
  switch (1)
 
  (1265)        |  | Double-click the line to switch the positions of the
 
  system (5)
 
  (45)    your | computer. |  | 2. Setup |  | System Requirements | The
 
  (51)       your existing files or operating system in any way. |   | From
 
  (74)    | The Brain is equipped with a help system. |   | 1.?Click the
 
  (1416)    claim to improve upon the Windows system of file Þ |
 
  (1420)        The Brain is not an operating system and so Þ | cannot
 
  tab (2)
 
  (1468)    and Þ | choosing the File Types | tab. |   | The Brain uses file
 
  (1500)    3.?Choose Options. | 4.?Click the tab marked File Types. |
 
  taskbar (2)
 
  (381)         the Start Menu on the Windows Taskbar. | 2.?Choose Open to
 
  (1241)     click | its entry on the Windows Taskbar. |   | In this mode,
 
  tasks (1)
 
  (1125)           the file, | etc. All these tasks are performed
 
  timer (1)
 
  (1377)      the Brain's animation after the timer runs out. |   | This
 
  tool (19)
 
  (388)       evolve into an ever more useful tool, ever more reflective Þ |
 
  (511)         List | You can use the Search Tool (see Section 8) to
 
  (598)      shortcut. Þ | However, the Notes Tool | allows you to attach
 
  (600)      8 for details on using the Notes Tool. |   | Creating Links
 
  (843)     the appropriate button to use the tool you want in the Tools Þ |
 
  (979)      |  | Properties | The Properties Tool is a resource for
 
  (997)     | space. |  | Search | The Search Tool is a great way to help
 
  (998)    thoughts immediately. | The Search Tool displays an alphabetical
 
  (1021)    | History | Selecting the History Tool displays an alphabetical
 
  (1051)     Sites | The Brain is a fantastic tool for navigating the World
 
  (1067)     a convenient built-in web search tool in the Options Menu. Þ |
 
  (1187)      interested in using the History Tool. Þ | It will show how
 
  (1376)             This affects the History Tool Þ | and the Order By
 
  (1378)          the accuracy of the History Tool. For greater accuracy,Þ |
 
  (1379)     if you are Þ | using the History Tool for | billing or project
 
  (1618)    are described | by the Properties Tool and its Notes appear in
 
  (1618)    and its Notes appear in the Notes Tool. Only the Þ | active
 
  (1648)           |  | history - The History Tool allows you to search for
 
  (1662)       Notes, which appear Þ | in the Tool Window when | the Notes
 
  tools (18)
 
  (390)       at some of the features and Þ | Tools that make navigating |
 
  (841)       of two Brains together. |  | 8. Tools | Below the plex, the
 
  (842)     Brain Window contains many useful Tools: Notes, Þ | Properties,
 
  (843)       to use the tool you want in the Tools Þ | Window.  |   | The
 
  (845)         their order. In addition, the Tools Þ | Window can be
 
  (847)       Þ | upper right corner of the | Tools Window is a
 
  (854)         on the upper right of Þ | the Tools Window will | read
 
  (861)         |  | The Notes section of the Tools Window is at once a
 
  (1057)     a button will appear Þ | on your Tools Window | indicating that
 
  (1260)      desired size. |  | The Plex and Tools Windows | You can also
 
  (1261)      and positioning of the plex and Tools Þ | Windows. If you have
 
  (1263)         you may wish Þ | to make the Tools | Window larger. Simply
 
  (1265)       to switch the positions of the Tools and plex Windows. |   |
 
  (1266)     of the line between the plex and Tools Windows, there is a Þ |
 
  (1267)      orientation Þ | of the plex and Tools | Windows from the top
 
  (1577)     button on the upper right of the Tools Window.? |   | I can't
 
  (1678)   |  | Properties - Appearing in the Tools Window when the
 
  (1683)     |  | Search - The section of the Tools Window that appears when
 
  track (2)
 
  (494)       list is not displayed, it keeps track of the order of your Þ |
 
  (1008)       thought. It Þ | helps you keep track of | which thoughts are
 
  trademarks (1)
 
  (10)           and the associated logos are trademarks of Þ | Natrificial
 
  tutorial (1)
 
  (78)      | Natrificial maintains an Online Tutorial, Online FAQ, and
 
  type (30)
 
  (24)     | Thoughts can be just about any | type of information, including
 
  (55)     | Start button, then select | Run. Type D:Setup (where D:
 
  (93)     Brain asks you to name your Brain, type in your first name. |
 
  (133)      have anything to do Þ | with the type of information | each can
 
  (202)      "Create Child." For our example, type Þ | the word "Work."  |
 
  (208)      window appears. For our example, type the word "Þ | Fun."  |
 
  (238)      open a new, blank document. | 2.?Type the following into the
 
  (252)        display the icon of the file's type Þ | next to the name of
 
  (303)     to a thought's name indicates the type of Þ | content. This
 
  (304)     This helps you to | remember what type of file is attached to
 
  (346)    | wish to attach a different page, type in the address of the
 
  (354)          6). |  | If you accidentally type the wrong URL, you can
 
  (504)       | 2.?When the box is displayed, type in the first few letters
 
  (575)        the Thought Menu to select the type of relationship you wish
 
  (595)       thought you Þ | want to create, type all the | names,
 
  (634)    typing a new name for the thought, type the first few letters Þ |
 
  (710)     your intent - to confirm you must type the Þ | name of the
 
  (764)     your intent - to confirm you must type the Þ | name of the
 
  (862)    | a note can contain text that you type or copy, an object like a
 
  (896)       Size, Bold, Italics, Underline, Type Color Þ | (clicking the
 
  (967)          asking Þ | you to select the type of | object to create and
 
  (1067)      in the Options Menu. Þ | Simply type in the topic | you want
 
  (1162)     it a name that will indicate the type of Þ | file that will be
 
  (1340)        are | displayed in very small type relative to close
 
  (1340)       to close thoughts. Because the type Þ | is so small, you can
 
  (1485)    the end of the existing filename. Type a period (.),Þ | followed
 
  (1494)     | will be a box marked | Save As Type, giving you the option of
 
  (1505)       to unwittingly register a file type, and Þ | because some
 
  (1645)      | create a link with a specific type of relationship. Above a
 
  (1657)    Links can be created Þ | for each type of | relationship.?  |   
 
  typeface (1)
 
  (1349)        menu allows you to select the typeface that will be used to
 
  unchecked (1)
 
  (1335)     the right of the active thought. Unchecked, siblings will not
 
  underline (1)
 
  (896)    Selection and Size, Bold, Italics, Underline, Type Color Þ |
 
  undo (13)
 
  (775)                    Thought Menu. |  | Undo/Redo | The Undo/Redo
 
  (776)    Thought Menu. |  | Undo/Redo | The Undo/Redo feature is found on
 
  (776)         is found on the Options Menu. Undo allows you to step Þ |
 
  (777)       Brain was started. Þ | However, Undo will stop at the | point
 
  (779)    | file, since there is no way | to undo a deletion. |   | Having
 
  (780)     undo a deletion. |  | Having used Undo to step backwards, you
 
  (782)      | will be disabled until you use Undo again. If you perform a
 
  (958)      Clear or DELETE is to choose Þ | Undo (see below). |   | Select
 
  (975)    open within the Notes Window. |  | Undo | Whenever an operation
 
  (976)     performed that can be undone, the Undo Þ | option will appear at
 
  (1304)           Navigator Bookmarks." |  | Undo/Redo | As discussed in
 
  (1305)       through your actions Þ | using Undo and Redo. | This is a
 
  (1307)     the | command. Remember that the Undo history ends at the point
 
  unlink (7)
 
  (682)      links remaining, the thought you unlink will Þ | still be in
 
  (685)      (see below). |  | If you want to unlink the last remaining link
 
  (688)    thought to the thought you wish to unlink Þ | it from.  | 2.?The
 
  (689)     Brain will ask you if you mean to unlink the two thoughts. Click
 
  (690)        Yes Þ | if you do. |  | If you unlink a thought that has
 
  (706)    links will | remain. |  | When you unlink the last remaining link
 
  (1693)      of Þ | the users' choice.? |  | unlink - See Forget? |   | URL
 
  unregistered (1)
 
  (1475)    |  | If you attach a file with an unregistered or incorrect
 
  update (2)
 
  (492)    and the past thought list will Þ | update to show this as the |
 
  (1031)       to | Solitaire. |  | Click the Update button to refresh the
 
  upgrade (1)
 
  (1423)      you install new applications or upgrade existing ones, you
 
  url (9)
 
  (354)    If you accidentally type the wrong URL, you can revise it (see
 
  (984)         | Universal Resource Locator (URL). |   | Clicking the
 
  (986)       can also Þ | change the file or URL | attached to the thought
 
  (1073)     site or typing in a | cumbersome URL. |   | Creating Thoughts
 
  (1079)        Drag Þ | the icon next to the URL | in your browser to the
 
  (1082)     to name | the thought, enter the URL. The web address will
 
  (1089)       | 3.?You will be asked for the URL of the web page you wish
 
  (1372)      box allows The Brain to request URL locations from your Þ |
 
  (1694)       |  | unlink - See Forget? |  | URL - Universal Resource
 
  user (9)
 
  (3)                | The Brain™ | ??????? | User Manual |   |   |
 
  (847)     Until you become a registered Þ | user of The Brain, the |
 
  (1189)          However, only Þ | the first user to open | that Brain will
 
  (1205)    computer with somebody else. Each user can create his or her Þ |
 
  (1415)           mind Þ | of the individual user. | Other interfaces that
 
  (1445)     shortcuts is that | if the other user changes the file name or
 
  (1456)           Consequently, no Þ | other user will have access to | the
 
  (1505)    |  | Because it is possible for a user to unwittingly register a
 
  (1569)     |  | A graphical version of this user manual is available as a
 
  version (7)
 
  (4)        | User Manual |  |  | (TEXT-ONLY VERSION) |   | A full version
 
  (5)    |  | (TEXT-ONLY VERSION) |  | A full version of this manual,
 
  (7)    web site - www.natrificial.com. |  | Version 1.02 | February 25,
 
  (63)            The Brain | Your free trial version of The Brain will
 
  (1174)    | leaving you with the modified | version as your template. It's
 
  (1523)    Brain into a highly Þ | efficient version of Windows | Explorer,
 
  (1569)               Brain |  | A graphical version of this user manual is
 
  wallpaper (7)
 
  (1384)          Þ | Color, Animation, and | Wallpaper preferences. |   |
 
  (1407)      | counterclockwise motion. |  | Wallpaper | The background of
 
  (1408)    of the plex can be changed to any wallpaper, just as you can Þ |
 
  (1408)           just as you can Þ | select wallpaper for | your Windows
 
  (1409)          If you wish to use your own wallpaper, click the Þ |
 
  (1410)      the | Browse button to find the wallpaper file you wish to
 
  (1410)       to use. Depending upon Þ | the wallpaper you choose, | you
 
  web (107)
 
  (6)          for free from the Natrificial™ web site -
 
  (24)             images, shortcuts, Þ | and web pages. By | allowing you
 
  (58)    will | begin running. |  | From the Web |   | 1.?Double-click the
 
  (65)      You will also be unable to access web Brains. |   | Purchasing
 
  (69)         Brains | ?Unlimited access to web Brains | ?Enhanced
 
  (115)         on your desktop. |  | If your web browser is at a
 
  (115)     web browser is at a Brain-Enabled web site, beneath the auto
 
  (119)    a person, a subject, a document, a web page, a Þ | spreadsheet, a
 
  (188)     up. Some of these sources are Þ | web pages, and you'll note |
 
  (228)           in the form of files Þ | or web pages. |   | Let's create
 
  (250)      | If you have attached a file or web page to a thought,
 
  (304)     is attached to the thought. For a web page, the Þ | icon would
 
  (305)      Þ | icon would be that of your | web browser; if the icon has a
 
  (328)      thought's name. |  | Attaching a Web Page to a Thought | Web
 
  (329)             a Web Page to a Thought | Web pages can be attached to
 
  (329)     the same way as files. When a Þ | web page is attached | to a
 
  (330)    when it is active will launch your web Þ | browser and bring up
 
  (332)             disorganized bookmarks. | Web pages can be attached in
 
  (334)    the thought you want to attach the web page to. For our Þ |
 
  (336)    Þ | your thoughts.) | 2.?Open your Web Browser and go to a fun
 
  (336)      your Web Browser and go to a fun web site, for example
 
  (337)    drag a link to anywhere on the Þ | web browser. The web | page's
 
  (337)           on the Þ | web browser. The web | page's title will become
 
  (341)     Content | If you want to attach a web page to an existing
 
  (343)     Content Window. | 2.?Click Attach Web Page. | 3.?If your browser
 
  (345)     | whether you wish to attach that web page to the active
 
  (349)       can create a new thought with a web Þ | page attached.  |   |
 
  (352)      rename it without losing the Þ | web address attached to | it
 
  (535)         portion of the World Þ | Wide Web, choose | Natrificial
 
  (597)          (;). |  | Attaching Files or Web Pages | A thought may only
 
  (598)     only be associated with one file, web page, or shortcut. Þ |
 
  (658)     it. If the thought's content is a web page, you will need to be
 
  (770)     a thought. |  | Deleting Files or Web Pages Attached to
 
  (773)       | 2.?Choose Delete File, Delete Web Page, or Delete Shortcut,
 
  (852)         | opened Brains. |  | If your web browser is at a
 
  (852)     web browser is at a Brain-Enabled web site (see Section 9),
 
  (853)      download that site's Natrificial Web Brain and navigate the Þ |
 
  (854)        its Brain. | When you are in a web Brain, one of the two
 
  (855)    you were in Þ | before opening the web | Brain.  |   | Notes  |
 
  (858)     only be associated with one file, web page, or shortcut,Þ | it
 
  (865)           if you see a picture on the Web that you'd like to have Þ 
 
  (866)        dragging in a picture from the Web, Þ | there is one caveat:
 
  (870)        into Þ | Notes. |  | Importing Web Images From Netscape | A
 
  (871)      Netscape browser. To bring Þ | a web image into | notes from
 
  (983)          |  | If instead of a file, a web page was attached, the
 
  (990)           |  | If there is no file or web page attached to the
 
  (1000)             Þ | thoughts with Files, Web Pages, | and/or Shortcuts
 
  (1033)     The Brain and the Internet | The Web is a fantastic resource,
 
  (1034)       and useful features of the Þ | Web is the ability of pages |
 
  (1036)     | with thoughts. | But where the Web is troublesome is the very
 
  (1039)          in an easy visual way. |  | Web browsers have tried to
 
  (1044)     than you did before. Attaching a web page to a thought Þ | is
 
  (1050)        addresses. |  | Brain-Enabled Web Sites | The Brain is a
 
  (1051)        for navigating the World Wide Web. You can Þ | map whole
 
  (1052)      Brain, or, even more helpfully, web sites can be
 
  (1052)                  A Þ | Brain-Enabled web site | is a site that has
 
  (1054)       intuitive way to move around a web site than Þ | following
 
  (1058)          that the current site has a web Brain Available. Click
 
  (1058)        Click that Þ | button and the web Brain will be | downloaded
 
  (1059)        and opened. When you are in a web Brain, a second button
 
  (1062)       are done with the | site. |  | Web Brains are "read-only" -
 
  (1062)      you cannot add information to a web Þ | Brain. They are for  |
 
  (1066)            sites. |  | Searching the Web | The Brain has a
 
  (1067)      Brain has a convenient built-in web search tool in the Options
 
  (1069)      The Þ | Brain will search the | web for pages meeting your
 
  (1070)        |  | This makes searching the Web quicker and easier, since
 
  (1074)     URL. |  | Creating Thoughts with Web Pages Attached | Once you
 
  (1079)     | You can create a thought for a web page even if The Brain is
 
  (1082)    | the thought, enter the URL. The web address will automatically
 
  (1084)           immediately. |  | Attach a Web Page to an Existing
 
  (1085)    an Existing Thought | To attach a web page to an existing
 
  (1088)     Content Window, click the Attach Web Page button. | 3.?You will
 
  (1089)     will be asked for the URL of the web page you wish to attach. |
 
  (1114)            from the | hyperlink to a web page, which is useful if
 
  (1114)    is useful if you wish to link the web page Þ | to the message's
 
  (1116)        The Brain is working with the web? We've mapped Þ | selected
 
  (1117)       Þ | selected portions of | the web into a Brain you can
 
  (1118)    contains useful and | interesting web sites, and in the Brain
 
  (1129)        don't create files, such as a Web browser, a game, a Þ |
 
  (1218)    relation to | attaching files and web pages is discussed in
 
  (1297)      by allowing you to Þ | launch a web page from | within The
 
  (1301)      by allowing you to Þ | launch a web page | from within The
 
  (1309)        or | thought. |  | Search the Web | As discussed in Section
 
  (1310)       in Section 9, you can launch a Web search directly from The
 
  (1324)             Thoughts. |  | Auto Open Web Pages | When you turn the
 
  (1325)        | When you turn the Auto Open Web Pages feature on, The
 
  (1325)       The Brain will launch Þ | your web browser and | load the
 
  (1326)      thought you activate that has a web page Þ | attached. In the
 
  (1327)           Þ | through a thought with web | content on the way to
 
  (1352)    next to thoughts that have files, web pages, or Þ | shortcuts
 
  (1371)         |  | Check for Brain-Enabled Web Sites | Checking this box
 
  (1373)       to locate any Brain- | enabled web sites. |   | Count X
 
  (1394)     | If you have selected Auto Open Web Pages in the Options Menu,
 
  (1395)      the opening of its Þ | attached web page. The | delay can be
 
  (1397)      to pause while Þ | it opens the web page for | a thought you
 
  (1566)       All | CTRL-F?Find | F3??Search Web | CTRL-H?Replace  |   |
 
  (1575)     | may have downloaded | from our web site will allow you to add
 
  (1591)          attach a file, shortcut, or web page to a thought.? |   |
 
  (1594)    | I launch a thought containing a web page, and the browser
 
  (1597)     problem. Before you | launch the web page, open your Internet
 
  (1621)       as a word processor, database, web browser, Þ | game, photo
 
  (1623)          with one file, shortcut, or web page. Þ | When such an
 
  (1624)           and its file, shortcut, or web page are said to be "Þ |
 
  (1630)             ? |  | Brain-Enabled - A web site that has been mapped
 
  (1659)      many interesting and useful Þ | web sites that can be | called
 
  (1691)    can contain files, Þ | shortcuts, web pages and notes; or | they
 
  (1694)            Locator, the address of a web site.? |   | zones - Areas
 
  web-masters (1)
 
  (1064)    | Natrificial actively encourages web-masters Brain-enable their
 
  window (92)
 
  (110)         application. | When the Brain Window disappears, it will be
 
  (112)       you | need to display the Brain Window again, click the auto
 
  (202)      release the mouse button. | 3.?A window will appear asking you
 
  (208)          | 3.?The same "Create Child" window appears. For our
 
  (232)      brings up the Select Þ | Content Window. This | Window should
 
  (233)     Select Þ | Content Window. This | Window should list all of the
 
  (241)     on the upper right of the Notepad window. Notepad will ask Þ |
 
  (262)       button to display Þ | the Brain Window (or | simply drag the
 
  (276)       button to display Þ | the Brain Window (or | simply drag the
 
  (290)       button to display the Þ | Brain Window (or simply | drag the
 
  (322)     shortcut using the Select Content Window. |   | 1.?Bring up the
 
  (323)   |  | 1.?Bring up the Select Content Window by launching a thought
 
  (342)      brings up the Select Þ | Content Window. | 2.?Click Attach Web
 
  (344)          site is displayed in another Window Þ | and you will be
 
  (371)     application in the Select Content Window. But Þ | applications
 
  (461)     |  | Pins | The part of the Brain Window just below the menu bar
 
  (537)     |  | When you choose New Brain, a window appears giving you the
 
  (567)            name in the Þ | Properties Window (see | Section 8).  | 
 
  (578)     | F12) thought. |  | If the Brain Window is not visible, though,
 
  (581)     with Drag & Drop | When the Brain Window disappears, it is
 
  (591)     easier, you can prevent the Brain Window from Þ | disappearing
 
  (842)     Tools | Below the plex, the Brain Window contains many useful
 
  (843)    the tool you want in the Tools Þ | Window. |   | The order in
 
  (845)     order. In addition, the Tools Þ | Window can be configured to |
 
  (847)     upper right corner of the | Tools Window is a context-sensitive
 
  (848)       and clicking it will bring up a window helping Þ | you
 
  (854)      the upper right of Þ | the Tools Window will | read Recent and
 
  (861)   |  | The Notes section of the Tools Window is at once a simple
 
  (898)         Bar at the top | of the Notes Window. Notes margins are
 
  (898)         to the width of the Þ | Notes Window (see | Section 12 to
 
  (906)      drag the file into the Þ | Notes Window or choose | Import from
 
  (931)         upon | the width of the Notes Window, Print Preview is a
 
  (937)     buttons do not wrap, | so if your window is too narrow to
 
  (938)    to click Close. | Resize the Brain Window in order to display the
 
  (947)      or some of the text in the Notes Window, choosing Cut will Þ |
 
  (967)     function. Choosing it brings up a window asking Þ | you to
 
  (974)        actually open within the Notes Window. |   | Undo  | Whenever
 
  (983)     page was attached, the Properties Window would Þ | display the
 
  (987)       to the thought from the Details Window. |   | The item marked
 
  (988)       at the bottom of the Properties Window shows the Þ | total
 
  (1016)          | Query brings up the Query Window, into which you can
 
  (1018)     are assigned in | the Properties Window -- see above), types of
 
  (1057)        will appear Þ | on your Tools Window | indicating that the
 
  (1086)     Select Content in the Properties Window or launch the thought
 
  (1088)           | 2.?At the Select Content Window, click the Attach Web
 
  (1127)            from the | Select Content Window, you will never have to
 
  (1165)         you reach the Select Content Window, click the button
 
  (1167)    appears in the Þ | Select Content Window. It | will stay there
 
  (1169)     can go to the Select Þ | Content Window and click | Remove
 
  (1212)    its preferences. |  | The Brain's Window Menu | The Window menu
 
  (1213)   |  | The Brain's Window Menu | The Window menu allows you to set
 
  (1219)    but only works when the Brain Þ | Window is docked (see |
 
  (1222)           will run next to the Brain Window.Þ | Even when
 
  (1223)       area not taken up by the Brain Window. Þ | Since the Brain
 
  (1223)    Brain Window. Þ | Since the Brain Window | will never be out of
 
  (1229)       is out of sight. Þ | The Brain Window will | always be
 
  (1232)        | This portion of The Brain's Window Menu allows you to
 
  (1233)     Þ | desktop you wish the | Brain Window to display. Try each to
 
  (1234)    feels best to you. |  | The Brain Window can also be docked by
 
  (1239)       this feature, as the Þ | Brain Window will always | be open
 
  (1240)             To display the Brain Þ | Window in this case, click |
 
  (1242)         |  | In this mode, the Brain Window behaves just like a
 
  (1242)          behaves just like a typical window. |   | With the Brain
 
  (1243)          window. |  | With the Brain Window set to Float, you may
 
  (1243)    Always on Top. Now, Þ | the Brain Window | will always be
 
  (1247)         |  | Resizing |  | The Brain Window | No matter what
 
  (1248)    what settings you select from the Window Menu, the Brain Window
 
  (1248)      from the Window Menu, the Brain Window Þ | can be made any
 
  (1249)    you like. However, with the Brain Window docked, it will always
 
  (1252)       side. |  | To resize the Brain Window: |   | 1.?Move your
 
  (1254)       and drag the side of the Brain Window to the desired size.
 
  (1255)      but if you've set the Brain Þ | Window to always be on | top,
 
  (1257)    top right corner of the Þ | Brain Window that will allow | you
 
  (1258)    side or a Þ | corner of the Brain Window | until it has reached
 
  (1264)     may wish Þ | to make the Tools | Window larger. Simply drag the
 
  (1268)      the top and bottom of the Brain Window to the left and right. 
 
  (1355)        will appear in the Properties Window. |   | Order By  | When
 
  (1365)      windows maximized. If the Brain Window Þ | is docked, the  |
 
  (1366)    programs will not cover the Brain Window. If it is Þ | floating,
 
  (1367)    will | completely cover the Brain Window, unless Always On Top
 
  (1367)       has been selected Þ | from the Window | Menu.  |   | Allow
 
  (1387)     Þ | every element of the Brain | Window. For example, the color
 
  (1577)      on the upper right of the Tools Window.? |   | I can't drag
 
  (1581)       drag files from the Open Files Window of my application to a
 
  (1625)    auto hide button - When the Brain Window is set to Auto hide, it
 
  (1627)        button to bring the Þ | Brain Window back to the | screen,
 
  (1641)      plex. | ? |  | dock - The Brain Window can be attached to any
 
  (1662)         which appear Þ | in the Tool Window when | the Notes button
 
  (1678)             - Appearing in the Tools Window when the Properties
 
  (1680)     be renamed | from the Properties Window.? |   | remember - A
 
  (1683)    Search - The section of the Tools Window that appears when the
 
  (1690)     be added to the | Select Content Window.? |   | thought - The
 
  windows (60)
 
  (46)      will work on any computer running Windows 95, 98, or NT 4.0 or
 
  (111)     which is always on | top of other windows. It's an inconspicuous
 
  (247)        Þ | certain that if you have | Windows you also have Notepad.
 
  (257)    easily | by dragging the file from Windows to The Brain. |   |
 
  (260)        to be linked Þ | to. | 2.?Open Windows Explorer or My
 
  (274)    2.?Activate the thought. | 3.?Open Windows Explorer or My
 
  (288)      files to be linked to. | 2.?Open Windows Explorer or My
 
  (292)         | 5.?Drag the folder from its Windows folder to the plex. Do
 
  (305)      left, it is a Þ | shortcut. Most Windows | applications have
 
  (374)      and work best if left as part of Windows, so they are Þ | not
 
  (381)           click the Start Menu on the Windows Taskbar. | 2.?Choose
 
  (383)           to Solitaire. (With the Þ | Windows default |
 
  (522)         when you consider Þ | that in Windows, a | folder can be
 
  (574)     the plex | ?Dragging a file from Windows into the plex |
 
  (583)        or jump thought: |  | 1.?Start Windows Explorer. | 2.?Drag
 
  (810)     stores information. |  | 1.?Using Windows, go to the folder
 
  (832)        is very easy to do. |  | 1.?In Windows, find the .brn file of
 
  (876)        | 4.?Drag the saved image from Windows into Notes. |   |
 
  (888)         | application compatible with Windows 95. |   | Adding More
 
  (926)         | application compatible with Windows 95. |   | Print  | To
 
  (1070)    won't have to Þ | find the search windows | on the sites. And if
 
  (1197)       simply drag and drop Þ | it to Windows. |   | Multiple Brains
 
  (1241)       case, click | its entry on the Windows Taskbar. |   | In this
 
  (1260)        size. |  | The Plex and Tools Windows | You can also adjust
 
  (1261)            of the plex and Tools Þ | Windows. If you have a |
 
  (1265)      positions of the Tools and plex Windows. |   | In the middle
 
  (1266)      line between the plex and Tools Windows, there is a Þ | small
 
  (1268)          Þ | of the plex and Tools | Windows from the top and
 
  (1313)     to open every time you start Þ | Windows. |   | Wander  | Just
 
  (1363)        slowly. |  | Maximize Program Windows | You can have
 
  (1365)      Brain will open them with their windows maximized. If the
 
  (1366)    Brain Window Þ | is docked, the | windows of other programs will
 
  (1409)      Þ | select wallpaper for | your Windows desktop. If you wish
 
  (1413)     Appendix A - The Transition From Windows to The | Brain  |   |
 
  (1416)       that claim to improve upon the Windows system of file Þ |
 
  (1417)              are limited to | making Windows simpler or prettier or
 
  (1418)      organizational | structure that Windows does. |   | Using The
 
  (1420)           about - or even | seeing - Windows. However, The Brain is
 
  (1420)     system and so Þ | cannot replace Windows | entirely - you will
 
  (1421)       find yourself interacting with Windows from time to Þ | time.
 
  (1423)         you will Þ | have to use the Windows | installation
 
  (1425)       with The Brain, you won't miss Windows. The Þ | Brain is much
 
  (1426)         more powerful. The Brain and Windows do share this: they Þ 
 
  (1429)           point the very place where Windows ends. Þ | By doing
 
  (1430)     | hierarchical structure used by Windows and organizing your
 
  (1436)    place them Þ | together. |  | Use Windows to Move Files into The
 
  (1438)     your Brain, you will need to use Windows Explorer, My Computer,
 
  (1442)        | Simply dragging a file from Windows into the plex will
 
  (1466)     .DOC extension. |  | You can use Windows to associate certain
 
  (1467)       Þ | specific applications in | Windows Explorer by Clicking
 
  (1478)      it carries meaning Þ | for you, Windows will | allow you to
 
  (1481)     it to your thought. |  | 1.?Open Windows Explorer. | 2.?Find
 
  (1493)              Save and Retrieve Files Windows. Often, there Þ | will
 
  (1496)         that have been registered in Windows. To do this: |   |
 
  (1497)    Windows. To do this: |  | 1.?Open Windows Explorer. | 2.?Click
 
  (1501)     that have been Þ | registered in Windows. Find | your
 
  (1518)    file out of The Brain and back to Windows. |   | Advice for the
 
  (1523)    a highly Þ | efficient version of Windows | Explorer, but will
 
  (1536)    Þ | straightforward as it is in | Windows. You can move thoughts
 
  (1584)       the file to the | thought from Windows Explorer or My
 
  wordperfect (1)
 
  (1143)     application. For example: |  | ?WordPerfect will accept the
 
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  (171)     thoughts: "Chicago News" (his Þ | workplace), "Family," | and
 
  wrap (1)
 
  (936)         (Note Þ | that buttons do not wrap, | so if your window is
 
  www (5)
 
  (6)        from the Natrificial™ web site - www.natrificial.com. |   |
 
  (79)         Reference Þ | area at | http://www.natrificial.com. All three
 
  (336)    a fun web site, for example http://www.Þ | desktoptoys.com.  |
 
  (1065)      our own | Brain-Enabled site at www.natrificial.com. Our site
 
  (1569)          as a free download Þ | from www.natrificial.com. |   |
 
  x (3)
 
  (241)       exit Notepad. |  | 1.?Click the X on the upper right of the
 
  (484)       | right corner (on) or the blue X (off). |   | When the list
 
  (1374)      | enabled web sites. |  | Count X Minutes of Idle Time as
 
  yahoo (1)
 
  (1311)    set to use search engines such as Yahoo, Lycos, Þ | Excite, and
 
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  (138)          is | displayed in the parent zone, directly above the
 
  (142)    the | active thought, in the child zone. |   | When a parent
 
  (145)        thoughts appear in the sibling zone, to its right in the Þ |
 
  (149)    thoughts are displayed in the jump zone, to the left of the
 
  (191)        are | displayed in the sibling zone to the right of the
 
  (210)      new thought appears in the child zone without your having Þ |
 
  (219)          "Work" is still in the child zone, drag down from its child
 
  (265)    | Notice that depending upon which zone you drag the file over, a
 
  (267)     1.?Drop the file into the desired zone. A new thought, named
 
  (268)    among the | other thoughts in that zone and its icon appears next
 
  (293)    | Notice that depending upon which zone you drag the folder over,
 
  (295)           the folder into the desired zone. A new thought, named
 
  (296)    | among the other thoughts in that zone. |   | If you activate
 
  (360)     | thoughts, which appear in the | zone to the left of the active
 
  (435)      both in "Aristotle's" parent Þ | zone, their relationship |
 
  (586)      to drag the file into the proper zone or over the active Þ |
 
  (588)       the active thought's gate whose zone you are currently Þ | in;
 
  (677)     Þ | show the thought in its | new zone. Or, | ?Drag the thought
 
  (679)     gate to gate | depending upon the zone to which you drag the
 
  (1334)          Þ | siblings in the sibling zone | to the right of the
 
  (1359)        was the last | thought in the zone to be active or based on
 
  (1633)    Þ | thought appear in the child | zone, below it. In turn, the
 
  (1633)       that Þ | appears in the parent zone | above it.?  |   | close
 
  (1654)       gate | and appears in the jump zone to the left of the active
 
  (1668)           Þ | displayed in its child zone, below | it. Parent
 
  (1669)         thought appear in the parent zone, above Þ | the active
 
  (1688)         are displayed in the sibling zone, to the active thought's
 
  (1696)        that relationship. The parent zone Þ | is above the active
 
  (1697)    active thought, | while the child zone is below it and the jump
 
  (1697)        zone is below it and the jump zone is to its left. In Þ |
 
  (1697)         In Þ | addition, the sibling zone is to the | active
 
  16mb (1)
 
  (47)      a Pentium processor with at least 16Mb RAM and at least 4Mb Þ |
 
  2kb (1)
 
  (1512)     its Brain; thoughts each require 2Kb of space. Þ | Brain files
 
  4mb (1)
 
  (47)    with at least 16Mb RAM and at least 4Mb Þ | of available space  |
 
  95 (3)
 
  (46)        on any computer running Windows 95, 98, or NT 4.0 or Þ |
 
  (888)               compatible with Windows 95. |   | Adding More Content
 
  (926)               compatible with Windows 95. |   | Print  | To print
 
  98 (1)
 
  (46)    on any computer running Windows 95, 98, or NT 4.0 or Þ | greater.
 

 
 

 

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