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Tinderbox: The Tool For Notes
Tinderbox stores and organizes your notes, plans, and ideas. It can help you analyze and understand them. And Tinderbox is a powerful but personal content assistant that helps you share your notes through the cloud and on the Web.
notes  software  outlining  Tinderbox  info_management 
may 2016 by arnow
Drafts | Agile Tortoise
Drafts is a different kind of note taking app. In Drafts, text comes first – open the app and get a new, blank draft. Get your text down quickly, then act on it with powerful actions.
notes  software  iOS  Drafts 
april 2016 by arnow
The simplest way to keep notes. Light, clean, and free. Simplenote is now available for iOS, Android, Mac, Windows, Linux, and the web.
notes  software 
march 2016 by arnow
Academic note taking: Circus Ponies Notebooks versus Evernote | Macademise
Macademise, Posted on 06/02/2013.In several previous posts on this blog (see some links below), I have sung the praises of Circus Ponies Notebooks, and I still think it’s one of the best note taking apps around for mac. However, Evernote is a strong contender and recently I have considered doing more of my academic work in Evernote. Rather than full reviews, here are my initial thoughts on some of the pros and cons of each app:
CPN  notes  Evernote 
february 2016 by arnow
nvALT -
nvALT 2 is a fork of the original Notational Velocity with some additional features and interface modifications, including MultiMarkdown functionality. It has been developed by Elastic Threads (David Halter) and Brett Terpstra, and made available for free (donations accepted).
Notational_Velocity  software  notes 
february 2016 by arnow
Growly Notes (for Mac and iPad)
Growly Notes is a versatile note-taking app, available for Mac and iPad. Somewhat like Microsoft OneNote, Growly Notes lets you capture any kind of data and arrange it on the page any way you like. Notebooks are organized into sections containing free-form pages like a sketchbook. Many applications can send data to Notes using the Services menu. You can also record audio or video notes right in Notes. Add web links, file links, or links to pages or notes within your notebooks. Scribble on your pages with the built-in drawing tools. Open a floating window to take notes while you’re doing something else. Notes lets you search all open notebooks for any text, and shows you the results in context. You can also tag notes using built-in categories or ones you create yourself. Create links to anything in your notebooks (including bookmarks) so you can jump back to them in a flash.
 Supports tables and lists. Support for Dropbox Sync and Google Drive allows you to work on multiple Macs or iPads or collaborate on a notebook with friends or colleagues.
notes  software  GrowlyNotes 
february 2016 by arnow
Curio - Note Taking, Mind Mapping, Brainstorming, and Task Management for Mac OS X
Professional brainstorming, mind mapping, and note taking for the Mac.
With Curio you’ll discover an intuitive, freeform environment with all the integrated tools you need to take notes, brainstorm ideas, collect research, and organize your tasks and documents. A single, incredibly powerful application where you can be more productive and focus on getting things done. And, with Curio 10, new tools and features are at your fingertips so you can achieve even more.
notes  software  mindmapping  Curio  taskmanagement 
january 2016 by arnow
The Joy of Text — MacSparky
David Sparks - February 10, 2011
december 2013 by arnow
Notes: iPad/iPhone Apps AppGuide
Notes apps are everywhere and it seems like there are thousands of them cluttering up the App Store. This App Guide breaks through the clutter to highlight the best-in-class notes apps.
iOS  notes 
september 2013 by arnow
iPad Note Taking: iPad/iPhone Apps AppGuide
Notes are, by definition, snippets of information— more like a fragment than a whole sentence. Note taking apps, then, are apps designed to help you capture thoughts or ideas quickly and easily, not edit or compose long form documents like your favorite text editor or write daily journal entries. There are a large number of apps that could potentially fall under the umbrella of “note-taking”; however, this AppGuide is for apps devoted to text notes, not text editors (e.g., IAWriter, Pages, or DocumentsToGo), handwriting apps (we covered those in a different AppGuide), or apps designed for use with Dropbox (those were also covered in a separate AppGuide). The remaining apps were evaluated based on their connectivity, speed, organizational options, export options, and reliability. The resulting collection should have something to please everyone.
iOS  notes 
september 2013 by arnow
Taking note
A blog on the nature of note-taking and some of its practical as well as theoretical implications.
blog  notes 
july 2013 by arnow

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