[opensource] Printing files from the command line

richard hornsby me at rhornsby.org
Sat Feb 7 17:11:07 EST 2009

On Sat, Feb 7, 2009 at 4:11 PM, Wyatt <trent.arms at gmail.com> wrote:

> First, I'd like to mention that OneNote is the one piece of software
> Microsoft has written in years that has no good alternative and is actually
> decently-thought-out enough that I would rather like to use it.  Pasting
> images to it?  That's the best you can do? ;)  The name's the real kicker.
> The point of the system is to be a distributed thought dump and
> organizational tool.  Add notes to it as you find anything that needs a note
> (if you preface a thought with "I should", "I want", "I need", "I'd like",
> "I have to", or "One day"; it needs a note).  Link notes to images, video,
> audio, and documents then group them and add semantic information for
> database lookup.  If anyone knows of something that can do this on Linux, I
> should certainly like to know about it; whoever came up with that needs a
> raise.

I've never had the chance or need to use OneNote, so please forgive my
ignorance, but it seems like you're describing the general concept of a
wiki?  What makes OneNote better?  Other than perhaps the ability to add
Office documents which are then auto-indexed maybe?
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