Free sticky note and clipboard tool

runs on Mac
screenshot of QuckNote

How many little bits and scraps of paper do you have sitting next to your computer right now? Sure, some of them may be crumpled up candy wrappers and such, but we'll bet several of them have important little bits of data scribbled on them. It's probably not the end of the world if one or two of them were to go away, but it wouldn't be much fun to have to go back and re-discover what it is you had recorded on them. That's where the world of the virtual sticky note comes in handy. Instead of recording all that important stuff on the back of an envelope or on a PostIt, you collect and save all that good stuff on your computer.

QuickNote works in conjunction with your clipboard to help you keep track of all these little fact-lets and musings. It's easy to pop up a new note, edit your clipboard, and save the whole mess. Now when that gust of wind—or overzealous janitor—comes through and gets rid of that "junk" on your desktop, you're not going to have to panic over the loss.

A free Mac application, QuickNote runs under OS X version 10.5 (Leopard) and later. It's a Universal Binary, so whether you're running a PowerPC or an Intel machine, you'll still be able to take advantage of it.

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