iThoughts for Windows [Link]

February 27, 2017 by Gabe | [mmd] | ℳ↫

I've said it many times before, I'm an iThoughts fan-boy. Now it's available for Windows too and there's a 70% discount for Mac users and a 20% discount for iOS users. It's normally $50, which is a good price for a great app, but you can get it for $15 if you already own a license. That's an incredible deal.

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    My thanks to Pagico for sponsoring Macdrifter this week. The new version looks fantastic. It looks so good that I'm running a longer than usual ad copy. Pagico runs on multiple platforms, makes reference material a core feature (like I do) and syncs everywhere.

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  3. Mac at Home, PC at Work [Link]

    July 08, 2014 by Gabe | [mmd] | ℳ↫

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  4. Evernote 5 for Windows [Link]

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  5. Scapple for Windows [Link]

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    December 17, 2012 by Gabe | [mmd] | ℳ↫

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  7. KnowsyNotes [Link]

    November 27, 2012 by Gabe | [mmd] | ℳ↫

    It's Windows only, but KnowsyNotes looks interesting. The ability to edit CSV data like it was Markdown is insanely awesome. I'd love to see it add the option to edit the CSV data as a Markdown section.

  8. Sublime Text 2

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    I've been using Sublime Text 2 betas for what seems like forever. Even the early betas were rock solid. I use Sublime Text on Windows (I really do deserve your pity) and BBEdit on Mac. I still prefer BBEdit but it's a close race.1 If Textmate and ...

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    January 05, 2012 by Gabe | [mmd] |

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