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Ok, so i know this is going to be a bit vague, but im looking for an app to help me manage my notes at college. At the moment im just using written notes, and ive tried to learn tex, but i found it too frustrating for normal use.
i think the ideal solution would be something like a frontend for openoffice that lets you put more than one type of media (like text, spreadsheets and diagrams) into one file, while allowing you to set bookmarks, add chapters and so on.
i know this will be an 'interesting' one, but can anyone help?
I am not sure if it will fulfill all your requirements but BasKet is the program I am using
although it saves spread sheets as images (I did not try anything else yet) it integrates nicely with Kontact
A desktop note taking program using Wiki style links
Tomboy is a desktop note-taking application which is simple and easy to use. It lets you organise your notes intelligently by allowing you to easily link ideas together with Wiki style interconnects.