A very brief history of sharing notebooks

Way back in 2006, we introduced NoteShare which roughly came about four years after first launching NoteTaker for OS X. As its name implies, NoteShare was and still is about sharing notebooks for collaborative work. Encouraged by Doug Snow at Apple and other passionate NoteTaker users, we imagined NoteShare as a simple yet elegant solution for sharing and working on notebooks across LANs and other ad-hoc wireless networks. In the process of launching and refining NoteShare, we learned a lot about networking and provisioning 24/7 access to notebooks which eventually resulted in the development of a dedicated notebook server solution launched as NoteShare Server. At the time, we were intens

Development and Testing Continue

If you're keeping count of our internal version releases, we are currently working on number 12. So far, very stable overall but again, if you like to compute complexity, we have a large number of combinations of menu commands and operations to test and regression test. That's what software developers do a lot of; test, fix bugs then test again to make sure the bug fix didn't cause a new bug or cause an old bug to reappear. It's why we call it the software release cycle. We would like to thank everyone who has subscribed to the site so far and also to those of you who have reached out directly with e-mail messages of encouragement and support. We really appreciate your kind words of suppo

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