Friday, August 31, 2007 | Softforall
|NoteScraps is a random information manager for Microsoft Windows Vista and Windows XP. NoteScraps is a place to store and find all the random notes that you will never remember and may never need until the time when you desperately need it right now. NoteScraps is easy to use because it doesn't do much. It lets you take notes and find notes. That's it!|
April 23,2007 | CyberNet
(It's) a great way to keep all of your scraps of information organized in one location. I love that Iím able to color-code each of my notes, and that Iím able to easily search my notes using the find feature. My desk and my monitor are finally free of post-it notes, and now all of my important bits of information have been moved to NoteScraps. more...
Wednesday, February 28, 2007 | monoLogue
I like Notescraps because it gives me a place to put random information, reminders, and thoughts. If you saw my littered desk, you'd understand why this is needed. When I need to find a note, all I have to do is just remember one word in it. Notescraps will search the whole database for anything with that word. Voila!
Tuesday, February 27, 2007 | heightschurch.com/Altitude
I have always wanted a really simple note-taking program to use at my desk. I think I have finally found it.
Tuesday, February 20, 2007 | The Washington Times
There are simple commands to create and search a note, and all notes, date and time stamped, are kept on file on the PC, easy to find and export as needed. Overall, however, not having to take many steps into Outlook's notes feature is an advantage. If you are a Windows XP or Windows Vista user, I'd certainly recommend your checking it out.
Friday, February 16, 2007 | blog.mrees.biz
It really seems that XAML and vector-based WPF are starting to inspire .NET software developers into producing some novel user experiences on XP and Vista. I particularly like the fact that all the notes appear in a single text file for further processing, transport and storage.
Thursday, February 15th, 2007 | www.michaeldimarco.com
If you use Windows XP or Vista (you early adopter you,) you’ve got to check out Notescraps, developed by my friend and old boss Bob Pritchett. It's a little program that does the best job out there of creating and maintaining sticky notes. I've used notes in Outlook as well as the sticky feature in OS X for the Mac. Notescraps is by far the cleanest, simplest, and most intuitive out there.
Thursday, February 15, 2007 | blogs.msdn.com
...and so simple and elegant. If you're running Vista you simply have to download and try this out. I love the way it handles multiple posts and seamlessly uses search throught the UI. The UI animations are fantastic and it's the kind of thing I would expect on a Mac and swoon over. No longer... WPF delivers! This just put 3M post it notes out of business for me!
Friday, February 09, 2007 | blogs.msdn.com
NoteScraps is a handy little tool for jotting down little nuggets of unstructured information - when you're on the phone and someone needs to give you a reference number or an email address, when you're just jotting down a short list of to-do items, when you're just scribbling down a quick reminder. You can launch it with a keyboard shortcut or directly from the system tray, and then you simply start typing to create your note.
Tuesday, February 06, 2007 | blog.pastorresources.com
(Notescraps is) a neat little tool for notetakers. If you're always jotting stuff on sticky notes or a notepad, then you might find this program helpful.
More Praise from Around the Blogosphere
Larkware News calls Notescraps a "cute random information manager."
The Road to Know Where lists Notescraps as a Microsoft Windows Vista "Wow" Program.
A Continuous Learner's Weblog says Notescraps is a "Cool WPF Note taker application."
Sean Alexander of adddicted to/digital media cites Notescraps as one of his favorite english-language applications.
Steve Lamb's Blog includes Notescraps on a list of "Cool Applications That Use Windows Presentation Foundation."
chris.strevel [blog] considers Notescraps "WPF eye candy".
Frank Arr, an aussie microsoft blogger, said of Notescraps, "I tried it out and I loved it too."
Rick Brannan of ricoblog writes, "I've found it daggum handy for keeping track of those little inspirations I have for blog posts at any of the three blogs I participate in."