Zoho Notebook: A revolution in using and creating contents

February 2, 2007 by techbuzz | Leave a Comment
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From the age old concept of traditional paper notebooks most commonly used by the school students, the world had moved to the world of computer generated notebooks, wherein it is possible to store and erase a vast amount of information with ease. When the Web market is flooded with various notebooks from companies like Google and Microsoft, Zoho has come up with a notebook with a plethora of features based on Web 2.0 application. It’s believed to be a revolution as regards how we use and create contents.

Zoho is planning to place its alpha version of the notebook before the public along with a beta version in March. Though the alpha version seems to be a bit rough but it is expected that the beta version will be a more user friendly one. It is also expected that many new features will be added to it by the time it is ready for sale. “Web-delivered services are all about empowering the individual, and with Notebook, Zoho is fundamentally changing the way that we create and consume content”, was remarked by DEMO ‘07 conference executive producer, Chris Shipley.

Web 2.0 is really a wonder in the sense that it has helped to change ways and means of using and creating contents. The notebook pages are enabled with a technology which helps the users to publish its content even in the web. For this the user will not have to sign up with Zoho. This is a virtual enabled with tab features. Imported graphics, shapes and word can also be stuffed in it. There are many more options in it, which in a nutshell can be ascribed as ‘a remarkably rich document.

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