i learned my lesson when i bought omni outliner thinking i could use it. i did for a short time and i even hooked up my to do list in it, but it's really for a person who is much more committed than i was. i typically want something quick and that it was not. this app reminds me of that.<br><br>for my big writing projects, i am content to start in textedit. i just downloaded xPad and i am going to try and use it for my RTF writing. my organization is typically to just make a folder of the writing i am doing. i place external articles, links, images, etc. in the folder and that's that. i also make a new version of the document each day. sometimes i switch to Word and use the editing and reviewing tools to note changes, but that's really if i get others involved.<br><br>--<br>"I am mindful that diversity is one of the strengths of the country" --president bush on 9/27/05
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