By Deane Barker on October 12, 2005

Webnote – an online tool for taking notes: This is an interesting app. It’s like sticky notes in Ajax.

Webnote is a tool for taking notes on your computer. It allows you to quickly write something down during a meeting, class, or any other time that you have a web browser available.

You start by creating a workspace and creating notes in the workspace. You can save your workspace at any time and return to them from the same computer or any other computer

It’s very cool and well-programmed, but not very useful. I don’t know — you be the judge. How often do you need to take notes on little stickies and be able to drag them around? I guess I need more of an outliner.

Via this entry on Slashdot, which links to this article on CDNet, both of which have links to a large number of Ajax-capable office productivity tools.



  1. How often do you need to take notes on little stickies and be able to drag them around?.

    Well, you mean when I’m not using my Mac? Probably not too often. When I am, I live in Stickies. Which is, of course, Apple’s take on this. Circa, oh, I dunno, 1990 or so?

  2. I think that I am going to use it since I am very busy in different place and different meeting. However, I do not like take a note computer around, but I like use the computer set there.

  3. u can use it to post notes and ask ur friends to check them out without using any email or login. great utility

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