(There's no video for Web Arranger (DEMO) yet. Please contribute to MR and add a video now!)
A very fancy intentet bookmark keeper
Without going into a lot of engineering details, WebArranger is built on an object-oriented database , this means WebArranger can hold just about any kind of electronic information you can get. Notes are the objects, akin to records in a database. They store your captured information, any way you want ... Notes are completely flexible.
Notes are displayed in a WebArranger Document. A Document is a collection of Notes, which are kept in Topics. The Topics are stored in Folders. The flexibility part comes into play because you can move the Notes, the Topics, and the Folders around as you want. Plus, the Notes can hold almost any kind of information you can get your hands - or wires - on.
Webarranger2.0demo.sit (1.87 MiB / 1.96 MB)
Version 2.0 EMO / compressed w/ Stuffit
From Mac OS 7.1
Emulating this? It should run fine under: Basilisk II