There’s been several web applications mentioned recently in the blogosphere. Rick Schwier notes that Writeboard is useful for creating collaborative content. Writely and Jotspot Live look like similar services. SynchroEdit looks promising as well as it’s an open source synchronous editing tool which acts similarly to the previously mentioned. So many to choose from.
There’s the useful Web Applications List which features many other web-based applications. Many of these may be familiar, and some are sure to be new to most readers.
I didn’t noticed Ning on the list, a new online service focused on building social applications. Alan Levine has a useful description of the Ning service.
So many tools, coming out so quickly, with so many commonalities. How about someone develop a tool that helps my brain actually keep this stuff in order?
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