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DevonThink 3 versus Tinderbox versus VooDooPad

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Posted by Amontillado
Nov 29, 2019 at 02:05 PM

 

You are spot on. Tools don’t do the work, anyway, the craftsman does.

Numbers is not unlike Curio, actually. For a corkboard, just delete any tables and use text boxes. For my use, the model of a blank canvas for tables, graphs, text boxes, etc., is superior to the Excel way of a single spreadsheet per tab.

For other uses, the opposite is likely true, of course.

We lose sight of how easy we’ve got it, anyway. According to one theory sadly lacking in rationality, Shakespeare’s smudged handwriting was never correctly interpreted.

He actually wrote, according to my carefully researched delusions, “Restore! Restore! My kingdom for a restore!”

Sadly, no 16th century Walmart sold backup drives. Even if they had been available, Shakespeare’s inkwell didn’t have a free USB port.

All’s well, though. What actually started as hate mail to Microsoft ended up as Richard III. Frustrating for the bard, a boon for literature.

Oh, Microsoft, what blight through yonder Windows breaks?

MadaboutDana wrote:
I love Curio, but have found that for project planning on a broad
>canvas, as it were, Numbers is actually just as useful.
> >But Curio manages large quantities of data much more efficiently; I just
>don’t use it for that particular purpose (FoxTrot Pro is my
>favourite there).
> >Cheers!
>Bill