InfoPad is an application designed to store short notes. It is based on the concept of a spiral notebook, however it is searchable and expandable. I first designed InfoPad because I always had to note down little pieces of information, and ended up usually writing them on post-it notes and putting them on my computer monitor. Some computers include a post-it note program, but that does little more than clutter up your desktop. I wanted a single window where I could write notes, where they would automatically be backed up, and that would automatically save them. I decided to take a day to write this program. I ended up writing this version over a period of about a week. The key feature of this program is the search bar. It accepts regular expression searches and returns the first note that matches as you type, highlighting all matches in that note. Click the "Find Next" button and you go to the next matching note (if there is one). I personally find this to be a good way of organizing short notes. Now my monitor is post-it note free. To install infopad just run the infopad-install.sh script: sh infopad-install.sh By default the program "infopad" will be installed in /usr/local/bin. Just type "infopad" to run the program.