Sunday, November 16, 2003

Keynote: Timesaver of the year

For some years I'm a user of the EditPad editor. And still a happy user, I must say. It's great when editing and changing multiple text documents, scripts etc at the same time, which I'm doing every day. Still, I found myself moving around with all kinds of text files, Word documents and the like. But then on my favorite tech discussion group (, Gathering of Tweakers, dutch) someone pointed to the KeyNote editor. It has a flexible interface with basically tabs and treeviews which make it possible to have URLs, new BLOG entries, a TODO list, a logbook in the same file. It is even possible to store passwords in a KeyNote document, as it has the option to encrypt documents with the secure Blowfish and Idea algorithms.