A wiki-style note taking program supporting annotated bookmarks and links
Pros & Cons:
ZuluPad is not really an outliner but rather a cross between a note-taking program and a wiki. Its strong card is the ease with which you can create a set of linked and cross linked documents.
In its current release, it is lacking in features when compared to the other similar products but this is more than compensated for by its high level of usability.
Files are saved with an extension of .zulu but they are a text based XML format which you can open with any plain text editor.
Unfortunately more advanced features such as rich text formatting, printing, global find and export to html are available in the paid-for Pro version.
ZuluPad was reviewed by Gizmos Freeware on