Hi everyone, I recently got interested in these webpage archiving programs. The two programs I liked the best are Cyberarticle and Local Website Archive. I like the interface of Local Website Archive and like it's sister program, Website-Watcher, it is really handy and easy to use. However, Cyberarticle seems to have many more features. On the other hand, Cyberarticle is a little difficult to figure out (like JeffK mentioned). They are both similar in price, so I don't know which one to get. I like the feel of LWA, but I like the power of Cyberarticle. If anyone has a little more insight, please do tell.
I didn't like NetSnippets much at all, looked like the most bloated of the bunch. Of course, I'm not doing anything too fancy with the program besides just saving webpages, so maybe Carol is more interested in some features that I didn't pay attention to. I actually hate it when programs attach interfaces or modules to other programs, like your internet browsing program. I like real standalone programs. I'll accept a toolbar addition into firefox sometimes, if really necessary.
I'd like to see a Cyberarticle vs. Local Website Archive comparison if anyone has knowledge of both. Or maybe I'll just have to go and do it later. There doesn't seem to be much information out there on either.