Personal Information Management

Edd Dumbill has this useful post on personal productivity in Linux. What interested me most was the comment about Tomboy. I’ve used InfoSelect from Micro Logic for a number of years, but not as much the last few years as it’s a Windows only application. While it does run in Wine, that’s not a perfect solution and I’ve been looking for a Linux native app to fill that niche. It looks like Tomboy might just be that application. I’ve just started playing with it, so I can’t say how good it is with any authority, but so far, it looks nice and appears to work as advertised.

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  1. My hubby adores Linux. I fool around with it occasionally, but haven’t used it enough to feel at ease with it. (and therein lies the problem. Sigh!)

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