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Notes/notebook app for the Mac?

I need to track tons of little notes of data and have it easily organized. Think of it as a collection of sticky notes going way back. This could be anything from a model number of my home stereo to some cool command line arguments to use with tcpdump for a special situation. Add to that recipes, home inventory, timeline of awards, really old addresses, etc. I just need plain text--nothing more.

I used to use my Palm for organizing notes for many years. After I lost interest in the Palm years ago I started using Google Notebook and transferred all of my notes there. However, the GUI is less than stellar and find it very frustrating with the sluggishness. Something about the layout just drive me up the wall. Most positive aspect is that it's web based so I can access from anywhere.

I did see a vendor last week who was using this laptop for a presentation (Mac) and noticed he was running an application called Notebook. I found some obscure references to it linked to Microsoft, but still unsure. I did not get a chance to ask him what that was. One Note?

I did some more searching this evening and found some more interesting candidates: Journler and Mori. Mori looks to be a bit lighter and easier on the eyes while Journler looks like it may have some more features and cheaper.

What are other people using in the Mac world to accomplish this? Maybe you use something else web based? Maybe you are happy with Google Notebook? Maybe there is some other tool built-in to Mac OSX that I've overlooked?



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Dec. 10th, 2007 04:32 am (UTC)
I just scribble everything on my walls.
Dec. 10th, 2007 04:54 am (UTC)
Uh, yeah. Right. Prove it. Pictures, please. :p

You realize you would not be able to take this with you when you move to a new place, right? Got a backup?
Dec. 10th, 2007 04:55 am (UTC)
They'll have to pull me outta here kicking and screaming.
Dec. 10th, 2007 04:57 am (UTC)

Is this more like what you were talking about? It know it's journaling software, but I could have sworn they had some sort of note software to organize your idears.

I hope that wasn't confusing.

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