Help! We recently developed SquareNote, v3.5 for free distribution to students, faculty, scholars, researchers and writers. Because it's free, we have no budget for getting out the word about this resource/tool. We will be grateful for any suggestions. For nine years, SquareNote has been helping grad students, college students and faculty scholars to keep track of their research notes and plan better theses, dissertations, papers and books. A good description of this software is "index cards on a PC, with automatic cross-referencing and indexing." Many thousands of scholars, writers and researchers in 39 countries and at more than 1,100 colleges and universities use it. It has been a lifesaver for hundreds of PhD candidates organizing notes for their dissertation, and for authors preparing to write a book. It's also used by many as a "personal information manager." For example, it's been a great help to professors of history and commercial authors of historical biographies. [E.g., "Beethoven In German Politics, 1870-1989." by Professor David B. Dennis of Loyala/Chicago University [New Haven: Yale University Press, April, 1996; and the recent "Winchell: Gossip, Power And The Culture Of Celebrity" by Neal Gabler [New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1994.] SquareNote runs on any IBM-compatible PC, under MS-DOS [its natural habitat], MS-Windows [where 50% of our users have it], the DOS partition of OS/2 and Power-PC MACs with DOS/Windows emulator or PC-card. We maintain a WWW site and an FTP site from which SquareNote3.5 may be downloaded. It's free. Once downloaded, it may be duplicated for other scholars, students and researchers. The WWW site and email address are in the signature below. However, we are happy to make other arrangements with department offices, computer departments or libraries. Thanks for your help. Caroline Nachman, SQN Inc. "Organizes, | For free SquareNote3.5, indexes & retrieves your notes, ideas | email [log in to unmask]" & documents. Like index cards on a PC."| or open http://sqn.com"