BurgersNFries 2,407 Posted February 20, 2014 Share Posted February 20, 2014 Back in early 2008, when I was looking at organizers for digital info, there were a few contenders besides Evernote & OneNote. There was AskSam (*very* pricey & at that time, very archaic looking...but I nearly went with it. I was desperate & needed something to organize my digital data for various projects.) And Paper Tiger. I remember I didn't really like AskSam but did really like Paper Tiger. For some reason, I thought of PT in the middle of the night, last night. (I'm an insomniac.) So I Googled them. They are still around & are now cloud based (as one would guess if they are keeping up with the technology). So I watched the video & since I'm a software junkie, I'm still intrigued by their software. It's very similar to an Access database I created & used to organize things in our home, many years ago, prior to using Evernote. But really, unless you're talking massive amounts of digital items, paper & other physical things (per their website, their customers include Coca Cola, IBM, Siemens, Merrill Lynch, etc.), you can replicate this system in Evernote. They do have a free version, so I may play with that to satisfy my curiosity. But I do find it interesting that there are regular comparisons of Evernote to OneNote, once in a blue moon to AskSam but none (that I've seen or recall) to Paper Tiger. Link to comment
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