Wednesday, June 24, 2009

More on digital index cards

Mary Stokes, doing a doctorate at Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto, reports:
I was introduced to a free downloadable program called NetManage Ecco 4.0, an information managing program originally created for business use, in a graduate history course called Doing History with Computers. Paul Craven was the instructor for the course. He has used it for years. It’s a great replacement for cards, and especially great for coding; though it has some deficiencies. [....] he thinks it’s better than AskSam and some of the other commercial note-taking programs.
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