InfoQube is an in-development information manager with an interesting backstory. In the 1990s (centuries ago in Internet time), there was a powerful, flexible, PIM tool called Ecco Pro. It was so well-liked that Microsoft incorporated many of its features into Outlook, which it then proceeded to give away. Ecco partisans never quite gave up, and the program still has loyal followers. InfoQube is heavily inspired by Ecco, which somewhat colors its design decisions and feature set, but goes far beyond it, offering such features as an HTML editing pane, fully functional Gantt charts, advanced filtering and grouping, tabbed workspaces, and remote data access, to barely scratch the surface. But how well does it work for someone who did not use the software that inspired it?