PowerSurge Publishing has just released iWisdom 2.00 for Mac OS X and Windows. New preference options now allow the user to select the format they wish to use for transferring/copying individual wisdom items out of iWisdom and onto the System clipboard.
The display pane for wisdom items has been cleaned up a bit as well. Also, when entering multiple quotations from the same source, a new “Last Author and Work” menu item now permits that information to be carried over from one entry to the next. Numeric titles for wisdom items are now supported. And entry of the wisdom item body now follows lightweight markup conventions, reducing the need to view or enter HTML tags.
iWisdom is a program that manages a collection of quotations or other brief insights. The program tracks a set of data fields concerning each bit of wisdom, including author, source, year of publication, title and category. iWisdom allows you to view wisdom in a list view (with optional sort fields), a category view, an edit view, and a display mode, which you can use to randomly display a new quotation at set intervals.
iWisdom stores its data in the wisdom XML format, and can publish a wisdom collection in HTML using a series of included XSL templates and cascading style sheets.
A demo version of the program can be downloaded from the PowerSurge Publishing web site (http://www.powersurgepub.com/). Registration is US$14 per user/computer.