Official Release and Launch of Hook Productivity App

We are pleased to announce that Hook 1.0 has officially been released, following a successful public beta phase that started in January of this year. We are grateful to all our users who tried Hook out during the public beta. We are pleased to welcome a new round of users who had been waiting for …

Official Release and Launch of Hook Productivity App Read More »

You Can Now Purchase Hook 1.0, Which Officially Launches on Wednesday July 10!

Although Hook is still in public beta, it is now possible to buy and use a license key for Hook, which you can activate with Hook Version 1.0-beta (build 2545) and later — now available for download (or via Hook’s in-app update mechanism). Hook Version 1.0-beta (build 2545, which we have just released, or a …

You Can Now Purchase Hook 1.0, Which Officially Launches on Wednesday July 10! Read More »

On Backing up and Restoring Hook Data, and Using Hook with Multiple Macs

We’ve just released new documentation about backing up, restoring and migrating Hook data: How to Backup and Restore Hook Data – Hook, and Using Hook on Multiple Macs – Hook. Regarding the second document: Hook does not yet provide a syncing mechanism. However, there are ways to use Hook on multiple machines for technology enthusiasts. …

On Backing up and Restoring Hook Data, and Using Hook with Multiple Macs Read More »

Why People Take Fewer Notes Than They Should, and What They Can Do About It

It is often necessary to take notes about a document in order to understand, recall and act on it. Unfortunately, people face several difficulties in taking notes. Most people are not aware of the source of the difficulties. I dedicated a good part of my book, Cognitive Productivity: Using Knowledge to Become Profoundly Effective, to …

Why People Take Fewer Notes Than They Should, and What They Can Do About It Read More »