I saw a comment on Hacker News which I believe to be so true:
When you write things down, you’re investing in your future.
The more I thought of it, the more it made sense. At least for me.
While cleaning out my tech-shelf, I hooked up one of my old hard-drives, and rediscovered documents, pictures, notes, even old games - all saved about 18 years ago. Yup, 18 years ago… It may not seem like much, however I was glad to find pictures I forgot about or thought were lost.
Most of the documents were outdated, but: it felt like looking back in time at myself through a mirror. That’s who I was at that time, and that’s what was important to me back then.
There was stuff that right now I would find rather silly, and some that I can actually use today.
That’s when I thought: what if we had a “safe” place to capture and store information that matters? That place would become our: go-to for finding information, life-stream, vault, and who knows - maybe legacy.
That’s what NoterBox is.
The “technical” way I would like to define NoterBox is:
A data-capturing and information management application featuring file attachments
Is it a note-taking app? Yes. Is it a file management app? Yes. Is it a journaling app? It is. It can be any of those or all together - it’s how you use it. People seem to have different patterns of usage when it comes to organizing data.
From my prospective, I am building NoterBox as a system that would:
- Easily capture data from several sources;
- Store it;
- Make it available to you via a powerful search engine
I hope I have managed to pique your interest/curiosity enough to subscribe below for a notification when the app will be available. Also here I am pointing out a few of the reasons for which why I am building NoterBox .