Get those neurons humming with Synapse, an information manager that keeps your data organized in a hierarchical tree of books and pages. Pages may contain formatted text, pictures, graphs, lines, drawings, active hyperlinks, or embedded objects. It's a convenient way to arrange the results of scientific experiments, research findings, articles, or scraps of information of any kind. We would have liked a more powerful search tool, though. Synapse's doesn't understand Boolean operators, and it only searches for complete phrases. Also, for some reason, the application refused to install on one of our Windows 2000 test systems and generated an error during installation under Windows XP. Afterward, it worked fine under XP. Despite those odd glitches and its slight lack of power, Synapse is intuitive and easy to use. Just test it out thoroughly before entrusting it with your precious data.