Tag Archives: research

Using Personal Knowbase as Index Card Software

Since the 1980’s, we’ve been using personal computers to replace tasks that we used to do with pen and paper. We used paper index cards for many purposes from research to recipes. Now we put that information on our computer.

Although we now enter most information directly into our computers, the structure of the data often still resembles how index card systems used to work. We have digitized our index card projects.
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Personal Knowbase Helps Educators Stay Organized

It’s Back-to-School time again! Personal Knowbase is a great software tool for organizing notes and records. Following are six ways that PK can help educators get organized.

Personal Knowbase is a note management program for Windows. It stores information in free-format notes which it refers to as “articles.” Assigning keywords to your articles indexes them for easy access based on your customized criteria.
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Using Personal Knowbase to Organize Quotations

I’ve been collecting quotations for decades. It’s something of an obsession. I sprinkle them in websites and blog posts, tweet them to my followers, and sometimes just collect for the sake of collecting. When I read, part of my mind is always on the lookout for good quotes. Not surprisingly, I store my quote collection in Personal Knowbase.
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Back to school? Personal Knowbase Can Help

With school starting, students have so many details to keep track of. Personal Knowbase can help you take control of your note-keeping, research, and records.

Personal Knowbase is note management software for Windows which stores information in free-format notes or cards, which it calls “articles.” Assign keywords to your articles to index them for easy access. Build a personal knowledge base of your information.
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