Looking for on-line sticky note tools - found this one
http://en.linoit.com/ - are there any others?
There are at least two others I am aware of:
3M Post-It Digital Notes (not free, but inexpensive) -
Microsoft Sticky Sorter (free) -
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Subject: [IxDA Discuss] on-line sticky notes
This suggestion won't be helpful if you really need sticky notes (e.g. for a
design exercise), but I use Evernote to make "sticky" reminders to myself:
PC, Mac, and iPhone:
There's also http://listhings.com/
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I have used Protonotes on several occasions for design reviews:
works really well.
A couple more that I have found but have not tried yet:
Not sure how these work, or how "shareable" they are.
WebNotes works well. It also provides a sidebar organizer (in FireFox,
anyway) that is useful for seeing all your notes at a glance.
It's free, but there's a pro version you can buy that apparently
extends the notes to online PDFs.
I had no idea there were so many! Thanks everyone!