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Springnote: interesting note-taking site

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Another Web 2.0 application, Springnote is a note-taking wiki that allows you to share (and thus consolidate) notes: valuable for students who are cooperating in their learning. Download Squad describes it:

Springnote is a powerful browser-based note-taking system. You can forget about the standard text only inputs that many online note tools offer, this application has the ability to drop in images, attach files and organize layout at will. Its wiki-style note-taking system allows pages of content like todo’s, monthly calendars and plans to be created with Word-like functionality and tools with tags, change history, folder hierarchy and page bookmarks for more important content. Springnote’s can also be shared between friends for reading or collaboration.

Perhaps the most important feature of Springnote is the ability to import and export notes. Downloading options include HTML, XHTML and Send to a Blog or use anywhere else. Importing can be done using MS-word docs, .txt, HTML or OpenDocument .odt formats. Springnote has an open API and unlimited storage of text files with 2GB file storage available. There are tons of Springnote mashups that you can utilize to expand the functionality of your account, including IM, Flickr, and Firefox toolbar integration.

Written by Leisureguy

24 December 2007 at 10:50 am

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