"I have used many other personal notepad programs available -- Evernote, OneNote, Wikidpad, Zim, etc. for about ten years now. I have never seen software come so close to the ideal of putting Wikipedia on my desktop."
Scribbleton is your own personal wiki, where you can store everything from quick notes, to detailed checklists for work, to the outline for that next bestseller novel.
With Scribbleton, you can easily create clickable links between words, phrases, and pages, allowing you to quickly locate cross-reference information.
You can read and write the same Scribbleton wiki document on Windows, Mac, or Linux, so you can work on the platform of your choice, without compromise.
Scribbleton offers numerous export options. You can export individual pages or entire wikis, so your data will always be available to you.
Scribbleton was designed for shareability. Place your wiki file on a shared drive, and you can access and edit your data from any machine on the network.
Your Scribbleton wiki files live on your local machine. Nothing is sent to any outside servers, so your private data remains private.
"You can write notes, make new ones, and add a bit of formatting. You can also highlight a word, then create a new note and link from it, much like Wikipedia. This makes it so you can link all your notes together in a nice, seamless way. What's really nice is that you can export those notes in a ton of ways and the software's available on most platforms, so you never feel locked into it."
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