Notebooks sees Google continuing to provide us with useful and straightforward web surfing applications. This extension for Firefox doubles up as a bookmark manager and a clipboard for specific content you wish to copy, paste and store in one place. Located in the bottom right hand corner of your browser, you can choose to expand your notebook to full size, where it will then begin to resemble something more like Google’s own calendar for web content. You can also share your notebook with other Google users, letting you see what other people are “note-booking” in a similar fashion to popular social bookmarking sites such as del.icio.us, digg and last.fm. However, to do any of this you will of course have to have a Google account.
Check it out here.
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