Hey Paul...I know you posted this as a little comedy towards Google, which is hilarious. Ironically, I just started using Onenote within the last week because it was intriguing to me with the Surface Pro that I recently bought. I have quickly become hooked..its an awesome program. Ive been experimenting with going paperless to meetings at work and its working out well. I embed word, excel, PDFs, etc in Onenote and take them to meetings.
I think the pen and active digitizer really make Onenote shine (along with storage of notebooks in Skydrive). In my opinion, its still viewed as somewhat rude in business meetings to type on a keyboard and people often times feel uncomfortable when someone is trying to type during a conversation or meeting. The pen input is just much more natural.
I had a big meeting on Monday and several people were scratching their heads on what the heck I was doing writing on my tablet with embedded spreadsheets, etc. I don't think most people have even heard of Onenote, let alone used it. One of my co-workers now wants to buy a Surface Pro after hearing how I use it.
My biggest dilemma is now figuring out what I need to create separate notebooks for. Anyhow..maybe my enthusiasm will wane, but right now I'm liking it a lot.
Not free. Not nearly as small. OneNote is a major application, with major abilities. Android Keep is a quick note taker, not a full-fledged information tracking system. (Besides, Google already had Google Notebook years ago.)
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