Here's an update to a program discussed here, Mybase. On the Mybase yahoogroup, the author has released a beta of the new version 5.0. He has apparently rewritten the code from ground up (I think mouser was considering this for CHS), and there are a ton of new features. I haven't experimented with it fully yet, but it also seems like he has incorporated "labels" into the program somehow.
I still like this program, even though it uses a regular tree heirarchy to organize information. I'm curious as to how the label system works. I wonder if it provides the option that some of us have discussed here, where the user decides if they want a regular tree heirarchy or some kind of virtual heirarchy by categories and tags.
And just to recap, let me remind you guys of the new features in v5 that I like. It has fully indexed searches and the filter-as-you-type feature that I love. Evernote has this as well, but I must say, the way Evernote does it is amazing--very fast and very smooth, probably the best implementation of this feature I've ever seen in any program. But Mybase is doing it now also, so that is a huge thing. Mybase also allows multiple databases to be open at once, like Keynote used to do. I think Surfulater offers this also, in a slightly different way. Anyway, just an update, glad to see this software still evolving.