This and That

This and That

Article from Issue 116/2010
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The hybrid nature of TreeLine means it offers more than your typical information manager. An outliner as well as a database, it allows you to sort and store all kinds of data with ease.

Some applications are easier to classify than others. For example, OpenOffice.org Writer falls neatly under the word processor category, whereas GIMP is a classic example of an image editor. But some applications can be tricky to categorize -- case in point: TreeLine.

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