There has been some mention of a program called ideamason as a notetaker, organizer etc. I thought it looked good and have been trying it out.
It has many features, most of which I haven't found yet, but what I have seen so far, it looks like the program i've been after. I'm a student (undergraduate liberal arts) and find the idea of being able to organize notes and research material directly in one place which will also help put it into a structured written format really appeals. You can import stuf from endnote, link files web pages create citations lists export to word (and other word processors tho word is specifically supported) and much besides.
I found the user support area very responsive, I couldn't get it to work, odd things happened and I'd uninstalled it but still sent off a message to them thinking I wont get a reply, and a few minutes later they responded, and after a few email returns, mostly caused by attachments not appearing i got the thing to work.
For those interested, its not compatible with window blinds, so you need to set window blinds to ignore it, works a treat.
Ohh I have no material interest in this I'm just a guy looking for something useful.
The good news is that they have it on special until June 30, Regular price is now $69 for a single licence and for students $59 with other options for 2 or more licences (one licence per computer not per user unfortunately) So while i haven't decided if I'm going to buy it or not yet, this price reduction brings it more within my budget. (Upgrade protection is included for 12 months, but looking at the website the upgrade there is free so i have no idea what the policy is long term but the guarantee is for upgrade protection for 12 months http://www.ideamason.com/default.htm