Lotus Development Corp this week announced its Agenda ideas proces-sor, said to do for textual infor-mation what a spreadsheet does for numbers. Text items can be one or two words to several lines, and have pages of notes attached. Instead of imposing a structure as does a traditional database manager, Agenda enables the user to categorise text items on the fly for linking and future retrieval. Each item can be given one or many categories. It will be available in the US in early spring 1988, at $395, and requires an MS-DOS machine with 512Kb memory; a Winchester disk drive is also recommended.
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