Hey, y’all! Guess what I found! You know how I’m always looking for something to get me / keep me organized? Well, I’ve found a little help along those lines: AZZ Cardfile. It’s really neat! It’s a little “freestyle” database, very basic, but it’s exactly what most people need for most of their simple applications – who wants to get into a huge database program just to find some classnotes? It can also be used as an Index to your whole computer – telling you where you need to look to find specific files!
They have a free download and free use (nagware), but I’m for buying it. So far, I’ve put most of my favorite prayers in a file, Excerpts from “These Truths We Hold” in another, and favorite “Prayers from the Lake” in a third. A fourth has Troparia and Kontakia for Great Lent and Paschaltide. Then, I put some of the Ol’ Curmudgeon’s recipes in another file – easier and quicker to pull up than our recipe program which is getting bloated. I could go on and on and on!
I know where each of the files is located – in one (one) directory! So I can always find what I’m looking for – amazing!
I’m going to keep lists of my blog posts in one so I can find what I have already written about. Also, the list of Cues for Emmy so I don’t forget to practice them!
Did I mention you can put URLs in it and the program “automagically” makes them “clickable?” Without having to write all that linking code.
Another nice thing is, that they provide some initial files to get you started – sort of give you some ideas as to where you might like to go with it.
Try it out and let me know what you think.
AZZ Cardfile – try it and see what you think!