"One of the applications many users ask about when migrating to
Linux is Evernote. While the folks at Evernote haven't created a
Linux port, you'll find plenty of apps for note taking,
organization, and wrangling important personal and business
"Some Linux users object to Evernote because it's not open
source, but that's only half the problem. Even if you're not picky
about software licensing, Evernote isn't an option on Linux. You
can run the Evernote plugin on Firefox and Chrome, or you might get
lucky running Evernote in Wine. But a native client? Nope. But it
is possible to find quite a few free and open source alternatives
that provide much of the same functionality.
"Tomboy is a simple and effective system for note-taking and
storing all those snippets of information that need to go
somewhere. It's cross-platform, so you can work with Tomboy on
Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows. And since Tomboy saves automatically
as you work, it's entirely hassle-free."
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