Sunday, 29 May 2005

Yes, sometimes the "switch" model runs the other way. Not quite (yet) in this case, buy hey, let's see what happens. Eric Rice, podcaster extraordinaire and self-described Mac guy, says he's using OneNote with a little Wacom tablet digitizer and a Windows notebook for now, but you can tell he's thinking:

"And as a result of all this OneNote mayhem, I'm now paying attention to people like Chris_Pratley, as well as the Tablet PC sites.

"This is all very weird for me. Updates as time passes."

Well Eric, you're paying attention to the right person, and as a Tablet PC guy and OneNote addict for a couple of years now, I can tell you the tools are great - one just has to try them to find out.

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Sunday, 29 May 2005 20:06:56 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)
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Wednesday, 13 December 2006 03:25:21 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)
That's kind of how it is... I actually just switched over to a Mac - and honestly, it's... it's spectacular.

But I miss OneNote. I mean, I'm using parallels with WinXP (and actually bought a new license since none of my three versions would work - tabletxp is on a company oem disk, and the other two are upgrades) for the sole reason of using OneNote.

Best piece of software - ever. Nothing even comes close on the Mac.
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