Milanote – smart exporting

I've written about Milanote before. It's a nice project planning site using nested boards to gather all kinds of related material. One of its more clever features, one that isn't obvious or even much promoted, is its smart execution of exporting. I've mentioned this before, but think it is worth repeating. Take this example board: … Continue reading Milanote – smart exporting

Awaiting my reMarkable 2 tablet

When the first reMarkable tablet was introduced a few years ago, I was intrigued. But it seemed awfully expensive for a digital notebook that could only capture pen strokes. Any paper notebook could do that. It needed to be more than that to win my investment of $500. Eventually the company added the ability to … Continue reading Awaiting my reMarkable 2 tablet

Using Notebooks as a daily journal

Notebooks allows you to organize your notes and journal by "notebook" (left panel). Your entries appear in the notes list (central panel). And the content of the selected note appears in the editor (right panel). In this screen shot the editor is in edit mode. Notebooks by Alfons Schmidt has been around for over 10 … Continue reading Using Notebooks as a daily journal

Is Tinderbox worth the expense?

A thread on the forum started out as just an announcement that Tinderbox 8 had been released, but turned into a discussion (in part) about whether or not Tinderbox is worth the investment of money and time. Someone wrote the following: Tinderbox is too expensive. It looks useful and complex but it is too expensive for … Continue reading Is Tinderbox worth the expense?

Using Milanote to plan and record a meeting

Back in November I wrote about a cloud-based planner called Milanote. I continue to use this app for various purposes, but one I especially like is for planning, recording and reporting on meetings. With Milanote I create a white board for my meeting. Then I add figures to handle the various planning and recording functions … Continue reading Using Milanote to plan and record a meeting