Thanks to Zengobi, creator of Curio 11, for sponsoring BrettTerpstra.com this week! I’m a long-time fan of Curio, and version 11 has a lot of powerful new features and enhancements. Check it out.
Curio is an intuitive, freeform notebook application for the Mac with all the integrated tools you need to take notes, brainstorm ideas, collect research, and organize your tasks and documents. A single, incredibly powerful application where you can be more productive and focus on getting things done.
And, with the brand new Curio 11 release, you have more productivity tools and features at your fingertips including master styles, stencils, and templates which can be dynamically updated with just a click throughout a project.
What can Curio do for you?
In Curio, create a project to represent a real-world project that you’re working on.
Next fill it with everything related to that project, including notes, images, PDF’s, documents, web links, multimedia, and much, much more.
You can place this information anywhere on Curio’s freeform idea spaces. Or use Curio’s integrated mind maps, lists, tables, index cards, albums, pinboards, and stacks to organize your data into powerful collections.
Next, associate tags, flags, checkboxes, and dates for easy searching and task management.
Here’s the key point: everything related to your project is stored, managed, and tracked within a single project file using a single, well-integrated application.
First launched in 2004, Curio has thousands of customers around the world who depend on it for information gathering, brainstorming, and creative exploration. The new Curio 11 is available in Professional, Standard, and Core editions so you can purchase based on your feature needs. Learn more about Curio 11 and begin your 2-week trial today!