Copernican Technologies, Inc. has released an OS X version of Boswell 3.1. Boswell is a text management app designed for organizing and archiving. The app features support for Web clippings, cross referencing, and more. According to Copernican Technologies:
Copernican Technologies, Inc. today released a new OS X version of their highly innovative Macintosh application, Boswell 3.1.
Boswell flexibly archives, organizes, manipulates, and retrives a useris personal text: e-mail, Web clippings, contact info, research, and their own writings among others.
Boswell flexibly archives, organizes, manipulates, and retrieves any text you give it: original writings, e-mail, instant messages, Web clippings, research, and class notes among others.
When they are "Boswellized" they become items that can be automatically cross referenced among thousands of categories, grouped, sorted, and searched in very powerful ways.
You can find more information about the Boswell release at the Copernican Technologies, Inc. Web site. Boswell 3.1 is available for US$99.95.