July 13, 2012 · General · Email This Post

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Lifeograph is a personal journal and note taking application. It offers all standard features expected from a diary application, along with some unique ones, in a light-weight and intuitive package.

lifeograph has all the basic features one might expect from a diary program and a few more:

supports encrypted and unencrypted diaries
automatically logs out when not used for some time (to protect your diary when you forget to log out doing some other thing) (optional)
automatically formats entry titles and subheadings (we owe thanks to tomboy for the idea)
basic searching/filtering
editor themes
favorite entries
entry tagging
spell checking
wiki-like rich text formatting (*bold*, _italic_, =strikeout=, etc…)
links between entries
links in URI form (http://, file://, mailto://, etc…)
automatic backups
replace text in current entry or whole diary
printing individual entries or whole diaries
basic statistical charts

in future releases expect to have:

image attachments in entries
plug-ins

Install Lifeograph in ubuntu 12.04

Open the terminal and run the following commands

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:dmxe/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install lifeograph

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2 Comments to “Lifeograph – Private digital diary”

  1. Gerry says:

    So where’s all the controls for formatting, or a help file that tells me how to do it. That screenshot looks impressive, but when I boot it in Mint, there are no tags or info on how to tag something. Other note apps are much better, imho.

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    ruchi Reply:

    Check here for official documentation

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