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Monday, June 30, 2008

Cafe Writer Tip #2, My One and Only OneNote

Okay, I think I’ve been raving about OneNote note taking software since the very first week of this blog…and yet, I still rave (: Anyway, if you’re not familiar with the product, or you’re interested in improving your note taking game, or if you’re a writer, a programmer, an employed-person (hey, none of that), you owe it to yourself to give this Tip a look. Sorry it’s so all over the map…if you have any specific questions after viewing this, add em to the comments and I’ll get back to you. Also, a shout out to Mike Tholfsen of Microsoft, who wrote the geeky cool anthem that’s sampled at the beginning of this show…who would have thought a love song to a piece of software could sound so good?

Note: the show begins with the first couple of stanzas of Mike Tholfsens song, "My One and Only OneNote” as I try to get my act together. To hear the entire song: http://onenotemike.members.winisp.net/My%20One%20and%20Only%20OneNote.htm 


Rafal said...

Very informantive and comprehensive video. Great great overview of Onenote features. I also use it on a daily basis and it's fantastic when you work on tablet pc. Cheers

Clifford said...

Thanks Rafal...yeah, I'm a BIG OneNote fan too. It definitely rocks on a tablet pc, but I try to let the unenlightended (laptop and desktop users) know that it works nearly as well on their machines too. It's just a damn fine piece of software all around.

Joe said...

Thanks for taking the time to pull this preso together! It was very helpful

Clifford said...

Cool, Joe. Glad it helped.

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