Storing, sorting, and filing with KDE’s Basket
A VIRTUAL BASKET
If you tend to collect information and then forget where you put it, a
KDE tool called Basket may be just what you need. Basket is a
handy container for documents, notes, images, sounds, graphs,
spreadsheets, and other files you may want to find later.
Basket is a dream application for
hunters and gatherers who are
looking for a way of sorting
important information at the click of
your mouse. Basket acts as a virtual basket
on your Linux desktop. The Basket
application can store selected text passages
or links, but that’s not all. Basket
also provides a handy depository for
images, sound clips, your own text documents,
program launchers, and many
Basket’s developers are still doing a lot
of work on the program, so if you are
going to be using Basket, it may be
worth your while to visit the project
homepage sporadically in order to check
for the latest developments – you might
just find a new version when you visit.
links that take you to the Basket source
code. Along with the source, you will
also find ready-to-run RPM packages for
Suse users with Suse Linux versions 9.1.
and 9.2, but users with other distributions
will need to compile the source
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