With respect I am a VERY long term spec guy in IM,
inventor of the Smart Shuttle (in 1975 -- got 00 for it
total) and have spent the last 16 years working on a
unified theory of intelligence.
I literally gave up on finding anything better at managing
"snips" of info than an old DOS program called
squarenote, (which I call squarenoteS, programmed by
Luci Lynch, original BofA automated teller programmer,
and it shows in capacity, speed, reliability, and interface.
And though I think I could have gotten it to run with
some work using winXP advanced config, I put it on the
back burner and forgot how. Anyway a year later I HAD
to get my paper in order and HAD to resurrect it. I tried
DOSBOX and it was really easy to get this three layer
config back again to full function.
Three layers = 1) Newkey (DOS scripting), 2) Webster's
pro thesaurous, and 3) Squarenotes.
I'll tell you one feature that will WAY outdo MS built-in
emulation, and that's if you implement a send-keys
feature so that I can program this thing using Windows
scripting (Macro Express is my tool).
There is NO sendkeys interface for DOS programs that I
can find, and please correct me if I'm wrong, and I shall
reqard thee most highly. AND all the end-user scripting
tools leave it out. It seems like a natural to enable it
directly at the DOS interface as it would be universal.
Anyway that said I pledge a 0 donation for this