I am just getting into the hobby and started looking at logging software as a place to keep notes. I'm not interested in QSL cards or contesting right now, just a place to keep a variety of notes. Here's the type of things I'd like to track: - Notes from scanning. I'm trying to figure out local activity, so I started with a list of local repeaters, the data is pretty dirty, so I need to make notes on which ones are active, how well i receive them, if I hear voice modes or not, etc. - Which local clubs use which repeaters - Schedule of regular nets, log of notes each time I join - Rig changes: equipment, settings, test results - Actual contact log with a person I'm using a MacBook and I'd prefer to do this on OSX, but I do have a Windows 8 VM if the right software is Windows only. I'm already using Windows for the Kenwood programming software. I've looked at a few of the popular packages and they all seemed aimed at logging individual contacts, or contesting of some sort. I really just want a sort of journal, but ideally something that understood a few key pieces of data I could search on like call sign, frequency, date, etc. Is there a plain "logbook"?