It's magic

December 2003
Management Services;Dec2003, Vol. 47 Issue 12, p28
Academic Journal
Magic Paste is the appropriate name of a means of making it easier to capture information from the Web. It is a function added to the new version of the Brainstorm thought-assistant software. With Magic Paste one can repeatedly copy information from web browsers and other applications without having to return to the Brainstorm package itself. The text elements are passed automatically into Brainstorm so that they are waiting there when the user has finished collecting them from here there and thither. This tool is aimed at project managers, researchers, planners--anyone who needs to marshal information from all manner of sources and end up with a cohesive overview and logical conclusions.


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