Google fun: Blogging using Notebook

A word about my process. A couple of weeks ago, a Day Job colleague pointed out a very handy tool that I’ve begun to use: Google Notebook. When installed in your browser — Firefox 1.5 or better for Linux or Windows or IE6 for Windows, but why would you?; sorry Mac users — it allows you to select a passage from a Web page and save it — links and all — into your Google account. (And you do have one of these, right?)

You can even annotate the clipping — to note a hat tip, for instance –  which makes it really handy for blogging or collecting details for a project. No more scraps of paper or little files with your notes on them. You can also use it to collaborate or you may make your notebook public: a retro kind of blog?

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By Scott Wells

Scott Wells, 46, is a Universalist Christian minister doing Universalist theology and church administration hacks in Washington, D.C.

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