While I was at it, I decided to make HyperGraph available as an online service. With some wrestling with Ruby (the programming language) and obscure encoding issues, I got it up and running. Now you can take a shopping or todo list, a project plan or business process in form of a HyperList and get a graphical representation in a few seconds. I love when I get into my geek cave and work on stuff like this.
The domain isene.org is where I make my online services available (currently hosting the AMAR NPCg and HyperGraph).