>Could you tell what is your way/style to organize info you find interesting and usefull? How do you organize them so to take full advantage or to easily find them when needed.
I use tomboy but you could use other note taking software or something cloud based.
>I read a lot through posts and messages and web. Find many of them worth to be taken in consideration but now it seems they are too many :) and too "spidery".
I haven't seen your other posts and I'm sorry if my reply is redundant.
I think you should focus on finding what is causing your problems first and then focus on the solution to the problems. If you think you have a parasite problem, you should test with Kevin Cahill in NYC or travel to Brazil and test at Labion. Those are the best labs I know.
[EDIT] Sorry Dave, I now remmember our previous message exchanges, how have you been? Which treatments have you been doing? You might want to join us at the PPTU forums if you haven't pptu.lefora.com
It's hard to treat something you don't know and I would stick with treatments that have been researched well and tested in clinical trials.
>what is your style of organizing and use them?
and also do you have a planning or something? not very exact i guess but a timeline or something for protocols? dont want to be too precise but just want to organize my efforts.
Well... if you are going to be that organized you could create a mind map and a chart of actions for when treatment and things fail or work.
You can use freeplane for mind mapping which can also be used for note taking. http://freeplane.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/Main_Page
I don't have any suggestions for chart software.
Creating a mind map might be good but I think doing charts is overkill, I prefer to put effort in finding proper diagnose and treatment.
All the best
Disclaimer: Like most people here, I'm not a doctor or health care professional. My posts are for informational purposes only.