Thursday, March 29, 2007 9:13 AM
If you've been looking for an easy way to copy, cut, paste, and keep track of the information you find on the web, look no further. Today, Google Notebook graduates from Google Labs with a new look and interfaces in 17 languages besides English. Our aim has been to make Google Notebook an easy-to-use productivity tool that will your improve your online experience. But don't take our word for it. According to Nancy Sharoff, a teacher in Ellenville, New York,
"I'm using [Google Notebook] as my online notebook. I'm finding it particularly useful right now in conjunction with Google Groups. Since I receive posts in digest form and there's no way to single out a single post to refer to later, I simply copy/paste the post into the appropriate section of my notebook; things I want to look into further go into my 'Check It Out' section.
I'm telling ya... if you haven't opened your Google Notebook yet, you're missing out! The best part is that I can access it from ANY computer, ANYWHERE, at ANY time. I no longer have to worry about 'schlepping' my hard copies around or walking around w/a permanent slouch in the left shoulder from all the weight."
To create your own Google Notebook right now, go to http://www.google.com/notebook (and if you're interested in more details about the launch, you can check out our announcement on the main Google blog). Happy noting!
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