Trash Your Desktop
"Chandler [...] takes the core functions of [...] personal information management programs and integrates them with the rest of your PC and the Internet. All the information you need to complete a given task or project is grouped on-screen, organized around the one function—e-mail—Kapor sees as the central conduit of our electronic lives.
[...] its logical context—displaying all related items together—and not in the separate folders and application windows of the traditional desktop computer system, you can think of it as a new way into your computer."

it seems there are interesting parallels between Chandler and ZOË

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