whoa...doublewitt, as the author of the notetaking roundup and this thread, let me respond to your comments. First of all, I don't mean any of this in an offensive spirit or non-constructive manner, and if I came off that way, I apologize. When I said that TreeDBNotes is not a purely notetaking software, I meant it from the standpoint of managing simple text notes with no real added features (except for formatting features like rtf). I did that on purpose to make the review somewhat manageable or else it would have been nearly impossible for me to write a review if I didn't limit my pool of software. I purposefully didn't want to consider applications like TreeDBNotes, Do-Organizer, and UltraRecall because I don't have the time/energy to productively compare the enormous amount of features these programs offer.
Also, it's not really a matter of defining what "notetaking" really encompasses, whether it's just plain text, contact info, calendar appointments, etc. Many of us are going to have different philosophies on all that, and there is no right or wrong as far as I'm concerned. Again, the only reason why I limited the definition of notetaking software to ones that just dealt with freeform text is more of a practical reason to make this review manageable.
If you are the author of TreeDB, welcome to this site and, honestly, we love having the authors participate here. I never meant EATKS to be an insult, just a short abbreviation to quickly categorize that kind of software as doing much more than a simple notetaker.
Your focus is: *ILLGC software
inefficient, low, level, goose chaser
I'll ignore this, i can understand why you felt that way. The "ILL" part hurt my feelings...but I don't know what a goose chaser is. If you explain that, then I can be properly insulted by it. (I mean that all in fun