Tuesday, May 16, 2006
Google "Notebook" debuts
With Notebook, you can collect text snippets, images and links while surfing, right within your browser window. This information is accessible from different computers, and you can also make notebooks public. After you signed in to your Google Account, you need to download and install a little application – for Firefox, that’s an extension, and as usual you need to restart the browser to activate it. In Firefox, the first thing you’ll notice uporestart is an “Open Notebook” icon in the bottom right. You can then open it while viewing any web page and paste into it anything from the site you want to save for future use. Pretty slick!
Posted by David Booker at 8:45 AM