An anonymous reader writes "In my personal life, I have recently switched from an XP box to using OSX (filmmaker tired of fighting Adobe Premier). The one thing I miss is Microsoft OneNote. Its notebook style structure, ease of use and straightforward ability to share notebooks (and synch them) aided me in organizing both my personal and professional work. I have struggled to find something as intuitive (or feature rich) for OSX. Short of running parallels (and buying a legal copy of XP), can anyone suggest an alternative for OSX?"
Matt Barton writes "I thought that Slashdot readers might like to know that Gamasutra has published the second installment of my comprehensive history of CRPGs: The Golden Age of CRPGs (1985-1993). This installment covers such venerated classics as The Bard's Tale, Wasteland, Pool of Radiance, Quest for Glory, Phantasie, Autoduel, The Legend of the Red Dragon, and Dungeon Master, as well as dozens of lesser known (but not less loved!) CRPGs. I've also included dozens of screen shots of these classics for those who haven't played them. GamaSutra has also re-posted the first installment on their site for anyone who missed it on Armchair Arcade. Thanks!"
edwardpickman (965122) writes "It reminds me of a scene out of Armaggedon, duct taping an unstable crewman or more recently crewwoman. Amazing how many applications duct tape has.
IMO, The less fortunate should learn something more mainstream that they can get a job with. Like Microsoft Office.