The announcement for VooDooPad Lite reminded me to look again at VooDooPad for my note-taking needs.
VoodooPad Lite V1.0 (833kb) is a stripped down free version of VoodooPad.
VoodooPad is a new kind of notepad. It’s like having your own personal hypertext library, where you can jot down notes, web addresses, to-do lists. Type in notes, and highlight important words or phrases to create new pages; or drag and drop folders, images, applications, or URLs into VoodooPad — they’re linked up whenever the word representing it is found.
With the current version of VooDooPad I can set up a template and insert it into any page, while the Info button brings up a list of documents. I added the free WordService service from DEVONtechnologies to get an easy word count (Command Shift I) and I think this will be a satisfactory solution for doing the interviews and then writing the material. VooDooPad’s ability to easily create linked pages allows me to locate reference material and add it to a linked page.