Google Notebook

Posted: May 18, 2006 in Just Out!

I’m sure this has happened at least once to most of us. You are working at your office, and suddenly you remember something that you have to do when you get home or something that you have to do at work later on. To remind yourself, you write it on a piece of paper and slip it in your pocket or in your hand bag. By the time you get home, you completely forget about this piece of paper and it sits there in your bag until it’s too late. This used to happen to me. Then, instead of using the infamous piece of paper, I started sending emails to myself as reminders. But then my inbox kept getting full of self emails.

Recently, Google came up with a nice solution. It is Google Notebook. It is just what its name implies. It’s a notebook where you can leave notes for yourself, and access them anywhere. Moreover, if you are a Firefox user like me, you can install the extension that lets you access your notebook from your browser. You can then add parts of the pages you are browsing (yes, full HTML, images, links, everything), or just write something that came to your mind with a click of a mouse. I have been using it for 2 days now, and it proved to be very useful.

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