Thursday, December 23, 2010

Google's Sidewiki Looks Useful had an interesting post today about a variety of web annotation tools - you know, tools for making the equivalent of sticky notes for web pages.

We have been looking at a number of these recently, trying to figure out which one might be best for intelligence analysts.

Sidewiki caught my eye since it is fully integrated into the increasingly popular Google suite of productivity tools.

For example, I am writing this blog post using Sidewiki. Not only am I appending this note to the main SAM site as a Sidewiki entry for anyone to see, I am also publishing it to SAM with a single push of a button (so if this post looks funny, you know the reason why...).

You can find out more about Google's Sidewiki on the Sidewiki website:

in reference to: Sources And Methods (view on Google Sidewiki)

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