We previously peeked at Luminotes when it was a partially free service, but desktop clients, self-hosting and other features were locked behind a pay wall. Many commenters noted a preference for the already free alternatives like PBWiki, but with Luminotes now free and available for use in browsers, off thumb drives, and from Windows-based clients, it's perhaps a more intriguing package for anyone who wants one place to drop all their thoughts, links, ideas and images, but finds Wikipedia-style markup a bit too intimidating to dive right into.
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