CyberArticle is a powerful program that allows users to organize vast qualities of online information. Much more than a bookmarking application, CyberArticle would be useful to the average Internet user and indispensable to those doing serious online research.
CyberArticle organizes information in a familiar tree structure. Users create "books" on certain topics, which contain documents relating to the topic. Think of it a little bit like an electronic scrapbook. Did you find a relevant Web page? Save it in its entirety. Just need a portion of it? Highlight the part you want, and the program will save that, along with the URL of the source. Want to attach other files, like Word documents or Excel spreadsheets? Go ahead. Write yourself notes. Make comments on the materials you've saved. Organize with labels. Keep a diary of your research. You can even publish your materials as an e-book. We've seen no better program for organizing Web-based information, and we wish we'd had it when we were in grad school. Any user working on a large project that involves Internet resources will wonder what he did before CyberArticle.
It's true that the program is not entirely intuitive. It has a lot of features, and it takes some time to get used to the flow of things. But the interface is definitely adequate, and the online Help file provides thorough descriptions of how the program works. We think CyberArticle is a fantastic resource and we recommend it enthusiastically. CyberArticle has a 30-day trial period. It installs and uninstalls without issues.