By seanharris on Jun 18, 2007
As I mentioned in an earlier post the way that I work is to use different devices to access the internet depending on where I am rather than lug around my access device with me. Unless data is therefore stored within the network rather than the client this mode of working is difficult therefore I am always looking for tools to help me. Some time ago I came across Google Notebook and have been using it for the past 6-9 months in conjunction with the firefox plugin. This combination is a truely useful application for the network ready user. Once again the data is stored in the network (this time at google) and brought to the edge either through the browser plugin, the browser itself or the google portal.
When using the browser plugin it so easy to clip a URL together with comments and text you type in yourself. This makes it richer than simple bookmarking. I find it particularly useful when researching on the net a new subject. I can open a new notebooks and clip comments and URLs into that notebook as I gather information/learn.