Tag Archives: Notetaking software

Beyond OneNote

By | August 6, 2004

Further to my column about OneNote, I’ve heard from one or two people suggesting somewhat similar programs. Here’s a selection: Anju Visen-Singh writes Calgary, Canada, about his company SMART Technologies Inc. Its SMART Board software drives special whiteboards that “connect to a computer and projector to display the computer image on a large touch-sensitive screen for group collaboration”.… Read More »

This week’s column – OneNote Wonder

By | July 29, 2004

This week’s Loose Wire column is about the new release of OneNote: THE FOLK AT MICROSOFT aren’t renowned for innovation, but it’s time we took our hats off to them for OneNote. OneNote (www.microsoft.com/onenote) is a note-taking and organizing program that came out last year, and is about to be revamped with a new release due soon. OneNote… Read More »

OneNote’s Price Drop

By | July 28, 2004

I’m a fan of Microsoft’s OneNote, but a critical one, and one of my gripes has been the price. Now that’s all changed, according to Microsoft’s Asian PR: Effective August, Microsoft has announced a price adjustment world wide for OneNote 2003 from US$199 to $99. The price adjustment will begin rolling out today with various retailers offering the… Read More »

The Audio Wonder Of OneNote

By | March 30, 2004

I’ve been playing with OneNote — the Microsoft program that allows you to create and organise notes — quite a bit lately, and I have to say it’s a big leap forward for software.. and Microsoft’s record for innovation. Here’s an interesting post on a feature I haven’t explored as yet: audio. Wayne reports that OneNote will add… Read More »