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Notable Sidenote

When I made my list of top 10 free mac apps, I was a bit hesitant to list Sidenote. It’s a neat little program that slides in and out of the side of your screen so you can copy or drag in various notes or even pictures. It has some organizational abilites as well.

But it hasn’t exactly taken the world by storm.

So I was heartened to see Sidenote at the top of a list of 15 apps Alan Graham can’t live without. He puts it this way: “What Stickies should have been!” Right on.

There are a few other freeware programs in the list, so be sure to have a look. One little gem I remember from the days of OS 8 is Free Ruler, now updated for OS X. Basically, it’s a floating ruler that allows you to measure objects on your screen — especially handy for creating websites.

Notable Sidenote

When I made my list of top 10 free mac apps, I was a bit hesitant to list Sidenote. It’s a neat little program that slides in and out of the side of your screen so you can copy or drag in various notes or even pictures. It has some organizational abilites as well.

But it hasn’t exactly taken the world by storm.

So I was heartened to see Sidenote at the top of a list of 15 apps Alan Graham can’t live without. He puts it this way: “What Stickies should have been!” Right on.

There are a few other freeware programs in the list, so be sure to have a look. One little gem I remember from the days of OS 8 is Free Ruler, now updated for OS X. Basically, it’s a floating ruler that allows you to measure objects on your screen — especially handy for creating websites.



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Notable Sidenote

When I made my list of top 10 free mac apps, I was a bit hesitant to list Sidenote. It’s a neat little program that slides in and out of the side of your screen so you can copy or drag in various notes or even pictures. It has some organizational abilites as well.

But it hasn’t exactly taken the world by storm.

So I was heartened to see Sidenote at the top of a list of 15 apps Alan Graham can’t live without. He puts it this way: “What Stickies should have been!” Right on.

There are a few other freeware programs in the list, so be sure to have a look. One little gem I remember from the days of OS 8 is Free Ruler, now updated for OS X. Basically, it’s a floating ruler that allows you to measure objects on your screen — especially handy for creating websites.

Notable Sidenote

When I made my list of top 10 free mac apps, I was a bit hesitant to list Sidenote. It’s a neat little program that slides in and out of the side of your screen so you can copy or drag in various notes or even pictures. It has some organizational abilites as well.

But it hasn’t exactly taken the world by storm.

So I was heartened to see Sidenote at the top of a list of 15 apps Alan Graham can’t live without. He puts it this way: “What Stickies should have been!” Right on.

There are a few other freeware programs in the list, so be sure to have a look. One little gem I remember from the days of OS 8 is Free Ruler, now updated for OS X. Basically, it’s a floating ruler that allows you to measure objects on your screen — especially handy for creating websites.



Comments are open





  



Notable Sidenote

When I made my list of top 10 free mac apps, I was a bit hesitant to list Sidenote. It’s a neat little program that slides in and out of the side of your screen so you can copy or drag in various notes or even pictures. It has some organizational abilites as well.

But it hasn’t exactly taken the world by storm.

So I was heartened to see Sidenote at the top of a list of 15 apps Alan Graham can’t live without. He puts it this way: “What Stickies should have been!” Right on.

There are a few other freeware programs in the list, so be sure to have a look. One little gem I remember from the days of OS 8 is Free Ruler, now updated for OS X. Basically, it’s a floating ruler that allows you to measure objects on your screen — especially handy for creating websites.

Notable Sidenote

When I made my list of top 10 free mac apps, I was a bit hesitant to list Sidenote. It’s a neat little program that slides in and out of the side of your screen so you can copy or drag in various notes or even pictures. It has some organizational abilites as well.

But it hasn’t exactly taken the world by storm.

So I was heartened to see Sidenote at the top of a list of 15 apps Alan Graham can’t live without. He puts it this way: “What Stickies should have been!” Right on.

There are a few other freeware programs in the list, so be sure to have a look. One little gem I remember from the days of OS 8 is Free Ruler, now updated for OS X. Basically, it’s a floating ruler that allows you to measure objects on your screen — especially handy for creating websites.



Comments are open





  



Notable Sidenote

When I made my list of top 10 free mac apps, I was a bit hesitant to list Sidenote. It’s a neat little program that slides in and out of the side of your screen so you can copy or drag in various notes or even pictures. It has some organizational abilites as well.

But it hasn’t exactly taken the world by storm.

So I was heartened to see Sidenote at the top of a list of 15 apps Alan Graham can’t live without. He puts it this way: “What Stickies should have been!” Right on.

There are a few other freeware programs in the list, so be sure to have a look. One little gem I remember from the days of OS 8 is Free Ruler, now updated for OS X. Basically, it’s a floating ruler that allows you to measure objects on your screen — especially handy for creating websites.

Notable Sidenote

When I made my list of top 10 free mac apps, I was a bit hesitant to list Sidenote. It’s a neat little program that slides in and out of the side of your screen so you can copy or drag in various notes or even pictures. It has some organizational abilites as well.

But it hasn’t exactly taken the world by storm.

So I was heartened to see Sidenote at the top of a list of 15 apps Alan Graham can’t live without. He puts it this way: “What Stickies should have been!” Right on.

There are a few other freeware programs in the list, so be sure to have a look. One little gem I remember from the days of OS 8 is Free Ruler, now updated for OS X. Basically, it’s a floating ruler that allows you to measure objects on your screen — especially handy for creating websites.



Comments are open