This week MacSparky is sponsored by Tinderbox, the tool for notes. Tinderbox is a Mac App that lets you collect your thoughts and slice and dice them any way your brain prefers. The application does a great job of adjusting to the way you think. With Tinderbox, you can make a mind map, a checklist, timelines, charts, outlines, and more. My favorite feature is that you are not tied to any paradigm with this app. Put your data in and start moving it around to help you make connections that weren’t there before.
People are using Tinderbox in all sorts of ways, from writing novels to planning a computer network to organizing a complicated corporate merger.
Tinderbox is now at version 9 with many new features, including string processing, user-created functions, stamps, and actions, where you perform processing and automation-related actions from inside Tinderbox. For example, do you automatically want to fetch information from web services and create a new note? Now you can do that. Also, Tinderbox runs great on your Apple Silicon Mac. Check out Tinderbox to visualize, analyze, and share your ideas.