RedNotebook, An Excellent Journal Application for GNU/Linux!

I've already talked about few excellent journals for GNU/Linux but everybody's needs & tastes are different so one app that suits you may not suit someone else even though they both serve the same purpose. In that sense if you're already fed-up with something like the Daily Journal app and looking for a replacement, then you might want to have a look at another excellent alternative called, the RedNotebook!.

The interface is intuitive and lets you do things like...

*. Bold or underline your daily "thoughts" (text).

*. Unlike many other apps, it stores data is a plain text file.

*. You can save your daily journals in few major formats such as PDF, HTML and text.

*. Search your journals with ease.

*. Change the look-n-feel of RedNotebook with templates/themes.

*. Word clouds - Displays your most used words and tags.

*. Comes with a fully featured text editor which lets you, add images/URLs and other files.

*. Automatic saving and spell checking, etc are just a few to name.

If you run Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Narwhal then download the .deb package from here and double click on it to install RedNotebook.

For Ubuntu 10.10 users, simply open your Terminal and issue the below command.
sudo add-apt-repository "deb maverick/"
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install rednotebook powdarrmonkey-keyring

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