Monday, June 05, 2006

Take Note Ten

Ten Things for the Note-Takers

Freeware caution: always scan free downloads of anything for bugs and other threats before dumping the programs into your hard drive.

1. AM-Notebook takes data for notes and spreadsheets.

2. The University of Victoria's Learning Skills Program page has a good section on organizing notes and mapping out concepts.

3. Store, organize and protect your notes daily with Memoirs2000 Lite.

4. Have only brief notes and short lists to manage? Try out Gregory Braun's Notebook 2000.

5. Test drive Notesbrowser's freeware version.

6. Printable Notebook organizes your info to print it out in notebook format.

7. Keep your to-do notes and lists organized and readily accessible with Quick2Do.

8. Take notes, encrypt them and store links without limits by using Shirusupad.

9. Snip-its offers a demo download so you can see if it can replace your sticky notes.

10. SQN.com has made SquareNotes Version 3.5 available as a free download.

3 comments:

  1. BoingBoing offers a link to a www.pocketmod.com that lets you print out a PDA that you can fold up and put into your pocket. I tried the instructions and it works.

    Pretty neat idea.

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  2. And you can always try my ... no, wait, I don't have anything in this line. :-))

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  3. Also worth looking at:

    DevonThink (Mac only, free demo): www.devonthink.com

    EverNote (Windows only, free basic version): www.evernote.com

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