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We wondered last week whether there was a big enough marketplace for the new breed of quick and easy, wiki-ish document-sharing apps such as JotLive and Writely. Add another one to the list today - Writeboard, a free service from the highly regarded crew over at 37signals. They're the folks behind Basecamp (web-based project management) and Backpack (a small business organizer). About Writeboard, which is free: "Write a business letter, copy for your website, a marketing brochure, or a product description, or a weblog post, or a song, or a poem, or an idea, or an essay, or a book chapter, or whatever else you might normally write in your email program, text editor, or word processor. Unlike a Word document that's stored at your office on one computer, you can get to your writeboards from any computer in the world with an internet connection and a modern web browser."


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Writeboard - word processing on the web
Excerpt: Writeboard is a free service and according to Silicon Beat, with Writeboard you can “Write a business letter, copy for your website, a marketing brochure, or a product description, or a weblog post, or a song, or a poem, or an idea, or an essay,...
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and of course i'll prin out said documents on the fax machine in my hotel room, or with the itty bitty portable printer I carry in my tasteful 1930's Gladstone leathertravel bag (Which goes with me even when I breakfast at Bucks in Woodside).
juan defuca

Juan deFuca on March 10, 2006 3:33 PM
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