Paul Turnbull mentioned Hog Bay Notebook back in February
, and I just now got around to checking it out. The name is now Mori
, and it costs $27.95. What is it? A small, efficient, powerful text editor and filing cabinet. Similar to StickyBrain
, Mori has a bunch of little tricks to keeping and sorting data. For you GTD followers out there, Mori is comparable to, but better than, Action Outline
. What makes Mori a little different than your average text editor might be the willingness of Hog Bay Software to involve the users in the development process
. While they aren't giving away code, they do actively promote the public discussion of features, changes, and bugs. They also have a user-contributed guide for Mori, and a little book on the company (and how to participate). A very cool concept. A lot of companies pay lip service to this, but how many actually follow up?