... from Dr Andus. See here. This is especially useful for scholars, I suppose, but it also shows the power of Connected Text.
This is the long-awaited review of the outliner in ConnectedText. I'm not going to actually make this part of the OneNote Smackdown, because it has been too long since I was in that mind frame and I can't reproduce it well enough to do an accurate comparison. But outlining in CT is interesting because there are … Continue reading Outlining in ConnectedText
I've written here about a great personal wiki called ConnectedText. My review of a Mac personal wiki called VoodooPad is now posted at Mac Appstorm, which you will find here. I like VoodooPad a great deal. It is easier to use than ConnectedText, but is not as powerful. If you're bi-OS and have always longed … Continue reading My review of VoodooPad 5.0
There are many avid fans of the personal wiki ConnectedText, but none more so that Manfred Kuhn, who frequently blogs about how he uses CT. Manfred's writing about the application are one of the reasons I persisted in working with it, for which I am thankful. Manfred recently posted an article that shows how easy … Continue reading A great post about ConnectedText
In my previous post about ConnectedText, I compared it to Tinderbox in the way that it requires the user to bring his or her own vision to the process. What I mean by this is that neither application forces any kind of structure or process to your information management. In each program, you have to … Continue reading ConnectedText does the work for you (or a lot of it anyway)
I've written a few times about PersonalBrain, an information management application from TheBrain Technologies. The most recent version of PersonalBrain is 6.5, but the company is very close to releasing version 7, and this represents kind of a new chapter in the application's development. Version 7 is still a stand alone desktop application, but it … Continue reading Some thoughts on TheBrain
ConnectedText is a personal wiki. But it is much more than that. It is packed with functions that help you manage and make sense of your information. CT can be a database, a notebook, a knowledge base, a journal and more. It is freeform, but you can impose structure if you choose. The developer has … Continue reading ConnectedText. Tinderbox for Windows?