// archivio

note-taking

Questo tag è associato con 1 articoli



23 Set/10

Kindle for Android Adds Highlighting, Notes, and Voice Search [Updates]

Kindle for Android Adds Highlighting, Notes, and Voice Search [Updates]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Android: The Kindle app for Android now offers more of the functionality Kindle fans come to expect, including the syncing of notes, highlighted phrases, full text search throughout ebooks. More Android-specifically, you can search for a phrase using your voice. More » (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Continua a leggere – Original...

27 Feb/10

Graphical Diary And Journal RedNotebook

Graphical Diary And Journal RedNotebook

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); A simple text file is sometimes all one needs to put thoughts on virtual paper. But text documents, even advanced ones like Microsoft Word documents, do not cut it when it comes to maintaining a regularly updated diary or journal. RedNotebook has been designed to provide a better and more comfortable experience for regular note taking tasks. The program is available for multiple language and the operating systems Windows and Linux. The...

9 Feb/10

Google Chrome Note Taking Extension Chromepad

Google Chrome Note Taking Extension Chromepad

Computer users have several choices when they need to take notes. They can write the notes down on paper, try to remember them, use a text editor, use a specialized note taking software, use a gadget that sits on the computer desktop, post the note in an email, text field or use a web browser add-on. That’s lots of choices which all vary in how convenient, accessible and speedy they are. Chromepad is an interesting extension for the Google Chrome web browser that can be used to take...




18 Ott/09

Note Taking Program AllMyNotes Organizer

Note Taking Program AllMyNotes Organizer

AllMyNotes Organizer is an intuitive note taking program for the Windows operating system. It allows users to quickly take notes in a virtual folder structure in the application’s interface. It supports multiple files that consist of folders and notes located in those folders which makes it interesting for users who want to carry some of their notes with them on a portable device. Taking notes is an intuitive process. All it takes is to either open an existing note to add or edit...

13 Ago/09

Five Classic Ways to Boost Your Note-Taking [Back To School]

Five Classic Ways to Boost Your Note-Taking [Back To School]

If your note-taking skills are suffering from summertime rigor mortis, now’s as good a time as any to throw a new technique into the mix. Let’s take a look at some new and old tools for improving your ballpoint repertoire. Photo by JasonRogersFooDogGiraffeBee. The Cornell method This oldie is a highly-regarded, very common system that makes it especially easier to retain information. By reviewing things as you go, you might even get away with less studying. Divide your page...

23 Giu/09

Battle of the Desktop Note-Taking Apps: OneNote vs. Evernote [Lifehacker Faceoff]

Battle of the Desktop Note-Taking Apps: OneNote vs. Evernote [Lifehacker Faceoff]

Whenever we mention desktop note-taking applications, two apps always stand out among the competition: Microsoft OneNote and Evernote. One is a commercial Windows app; the other is a free application for Windows, OS X, and many mobile phones. So which is better? We’ve danced around this question in our Hive Five Best Note-Taking Tools, but pen and pencil won that contest hands-down. Both tools have their strengths and weaknesses. Many staunch OneNote supporters are quick to point...