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Posted by Steve
Feb 26, 2013 at 01:22 PM

 

1. Chaos Intellect 4; My work is people centric.  Besides the basics, the support is quick and the program is solid.
2. AskSam; Easiest program for me to throw data into the is client specific without having to finagle the inbox.  Also, easiest to find data.
3. Atlantis Word Processor; Great for all kinds of writing.

Steve

 


Posted by Ken
Feb 26, 2013 at 04:07 PM

 

1.  A pen
2.  A piece of scrap paper that will fit into my shirt pocket
3.  My wife

When the gray bandwidth allows, I try to replace #3 with some software, usually a calendar program that sends e-mail reminders.  This switchout frees up my wife for more important things in life, like enjoying it with me. ;)

—Ken

 


Posted by WSP
Feb 26, 2013 at 05:11 PM

 

P.S. I just noticed this morning that in the latest version of MyInfo it is possible to paste in links to Evernote notes. It’s good to have two of my favorite programs on speaking terms with each other.

Bill

 


Posted by Tomasz Raburski
Feb 26, 2013 at 05:21 PM

 

1. ConnectedText - for keeping and managing notes and pieces of information
2. Mendeley - for managing references and my pdf archive, and for annotating pdfs
3. FocusWriter - for most of writing

 


Posted by Alexander Deliyannis
Feb 26, 2013 at 06:02 PM

 

Dr Andus, you obviously provided the speck of dust that started the rain; the forum clouds were ready and waiting :-)

I’ll cheat, as usual, and answer for different situations:

[A] Working by myself on a major plan
1. Brainstorm for writing in ‘detail’ mode
2. MindView for mindmaps, plus organising and outputting the semi final text
3. MS Word for final formatting+graphics

[B] Collaboration
1. Google Apps Mail
2. Google Apps Calendar
3. Google Apps Drive/Docs

[C] Overview
1. Pen and paper for accionable info
2. Evernote for non-accionable info (so that I get it off my head)
3. Klok for time reporting (to myself)

 


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