organize anthropology research notes. free software.
gene o'regon (gene@SQN.COM)
Tue, 30 Jul 1996 16:28:00 CDT
you have accumulated hundreds of notes, articles and clippings on this
topic. When organized and indexed, your collection of articles, clippings,
notes, etc. will be more valuable, easier to browse, easier to find specific
items, and more enjoyable to use.
Before you spend money for software to organize your notes, you might
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thousands of people. Many consider it to be the best tool for this purpose.
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and software. We believe that well over half the members of this forum will
be interested in this information and software. To any who consider this is
too far off-topic, we apologize.]
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