Internet notes application?

  bjh 16:07 29 Oct 09

I used (5+ years ago) to have a neat little application that allowed me to drag n' drop "stuff" I copied from the internet directly to it, and I could then add "post-it" style notes to the documents it created, and it printed them out fairly elegantly. It handled most formats (text/pictures/audio) in its day, but I dropped using it as it became dated and unable to cope with "modern" pages.

I'm looking at doing one of the O.U. art/history courses for fun, and want to track a modern version down... Ideally, I want something small & simple, not a vast, complex Behemoth.

Any suggetions?

I have absolutely no idea what the last one was called, or where I got it from.

  cocteau48 16:42 29 Oct 09

Canaware Netnotes will allow you to download (via a right click context menu entry in both IE and Firefox)store and edit entire web pages.

click here

It can also be used as a normal tree based notes manager.

If you use Firefox there is also an excellent Add-on called Zotero to save,manage and cite research notes click here

  cocteau48 16:46 29 Oct 09

PS -Despite the thumbs down from CNET on my first link I have never suffered any of the problems described.

  cocteau48 16:50 29 Oct 09

oops! - Zotero link click here

  bjh 16:58 29 Oct 09

Zotero... giving that a go... seems pretty neat!

Thanks for that one! Any more, anyone?

  cocteau48 08:20 30 Oct 09

Just seen this:
click here
Free for the next 24 hours.
Never heard of it before but may be worth a look.

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