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If your focus is about note-taking, I had the same concern and ended up using Tiddlywiki . Browser-based product using a local file, so it can work offline. It is really nice as a personal wiki : tags, search engine... But it unveils its true power when you dig in it, as it has an unbelievable customization capacity (in fact everything can be changed, as ...
Have you tried IQTELL for this? It has a great tagging system. When you search, you can search your email, your calendar, your Evernote notes, your calendar, etc. I like that it has everything in one app. No need to cobble together a system of different tools. You can try it for free and see if it fits your need. And it works on nearly anything - Mac, ...
Quicksilver, despite being often referred to as just an application launcher, does index everything on your desktop machine; then it provides all kind of actions once you have located a set of items to work upon. Together with a well-thought file tagging policy (OSX feature), you have a dynamic metaview of all your assets. IMHO all efforts are useless if ...
I would consider using OneNote by Microsoft. You can have Gmail for email and manage it using Microsoft Outlook with POP/IMAP turned on. You can also manage Google Cal via Outlook as well. You wouldn't need to be online all the time. Only when you want to refresh data from gmail or gCal. This solution will also work on MacOSX.
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