The Magic Notebook

The Magic Notebook lets you keep and organize notes. These notes can be almost anything—projects, contact information, to do lists, books to read, and assorted other things—and are available to you anywhere there’s a networked computer. If you use the Magic Notebook, you may find other uses as well.

A view of the Magic Notebook.

If you would like to use it, the Magic Notebook is available here.

If you would like to install the Magic Notebook on a Unix-like web server, the software to run it is available for download. (If you’re not sure which version of the Magic Notebook to use, I suggest the highest numbered release that is stable instead of development.)

License: This project is free software, available under your choice of the Artistic, GPL, and MIT licenses. If you like this software, you are invited to consider linking to CJSHayward.com.

 

Version Unix/Linux Tarball RedHat RPM
1.4.1, stable. MagicNotebook1_4_1.tar.gz MagicNotebook1.4.1-2.i386.rpm
1.4, development. MagicNotebook1_4.tar.gz MagicNotebook1.4-1.i386.rpm
1.3.3, stable. MagicNotebook1_3_3.tar.gz MagicNotebook1.3.3-1.i386.rpm
1.3.2, stable. MagicNotebook1_3_2.tar.gz MagicNotebook1.3.2-1.i386.rpm
1.3.1, stable. MagicNotebook1_3_1.tar.gz MagicNotebook1.3.1-1.i386.rpm
1.3, development. MagicNotebook1_3.tar.gz MagicNotebook1.3-1.i386.rpm
1.2.1, development. MagicNotebook1_2_1.tar.gz MagicNotebook-1.2.1-1.i386.rpm
1.2, stable. MagicNotebook1_2.tar.gz MagicNotebook-1.2-1.i386.rpm
1.1b, development MagicNotebook1_1b.tar.gz MagicNotebook-1.1b-2.i386.rpm
1.0b, development MagicNotebook1_0b.tar.gz MagicNotebook-1.0b-1.i386.rpm

 

Author: C.J.S. Hayward

C.J.S. Hayward is an Orthodox author and Renaissance man with master's degrees bridging math and computers (UIUC) and theology and philosophy (Cambridge). His most prized work is what he writes in Eastern Orthodox, Christian theology and apologetics. Readers of apologists like C.S. Lewis, G.K. Chesterton and Peter Kreeft, contemporary Orthodox authors such as Met. KALLISTOS Ware, and classic authors like St. John Chrysostom will find much food for spiritual reflection.