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Our reviews section focuses on books but also includes a small number of reviews of hardware and software which may be useful for those in private practice.

DEVONthink Pro Office 2.0

DEVONthink 2.0 has now been in public beta for several months, with the final release right around the corner. The new version brings a host of feature enhancements and interface and usability improvements. But while this superstar of Mac OS X information management is more capable than ever before, advances in tagging technology and search in the underlying operating system itself threaten to shrink the potential market for this software down to just those who are truly taking advantage of the software’s sophisticated AI core.

BBEdit 9 Upgrade

With a new ‘projects’ capability, text completion, non-modal find and a persistent scratchpad, the latest release of BBEdit — at version 9.0.2 as of this writing in December 2008 — provides new tools that allow it to move farther into the space occupied by full-fledged coding environments, without losing the simplicity that makes it a good fit for much smaller scale tasks. See our previous reviews of BBEdit 8.5 and of BBEdit 8.0 for more on this very capable software package, or read on to learn more about the upgrade.

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