OneNote 2007 is the one-stop location for all your notes, ideas, research and random stuff that would otherwise just end up somewhere on your hard drive. You can get content from any program directly into OneNote. Either via special add-ins that take content from a particular program and transfer it to OneNote (e.g. Outlook, IE, FireFox) or just by using the “Send to OneNote 2007″ printer. All content in OneNote is fully searchable (including text in pictures and printed content) with a fast instant search feature.
You organize your notes in as many notebooks as you want. Notebooks can be on your local hard drive, on a server, on a SharePoint server or a USB stick and OneNote 2007 has a great synching mechanism that will keep all those notes for all users nicely in sync, even if two users are editing the same page at the same time.
If you have a TabletPC, then you can make extensive use of your tablet pen everywhere in OneNote. You can also link your notes together via hyperlinks. And to top it off, you can convert anything in OneNote into a post on your blog with a few mouse clicks. (read full blog post)