We all have things we need to remember; ideas, lists, procedures, etc. More often than not, these important pieces of information are jotted down on bits of paper, saved in various programs and generally scattered about our daily lives. It’s almost never at our fingertips when we need it. What we really need is a personal knowledge base; a place to record and share information, a place that is available from anywhere on the Internet. What we really need is Thought Holder.
Thought Holder allows you to create books and contacts which serve as collections for all kinds of information. Each book or contact can contain notes, terms, call logs and links. Books and contacts can also be linked together, providing a flexible network for all of your information.
Thought Holder gives you a powerful system of sharing so that you can grant access to your information without losing control of it. When you share information with friends in Thought Holder, you can specify who has the ability to read, comment, make additions, edit and share your information. You can also choose to keep the information private. It’s up to you.
Using Thought Holder you can collaborate and share ideas, keep track of projects, record processes, store plans and much more. Small business people can use Thought Holder to create their own internal knowledge management systems and preserve valuable intellectual capital.