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Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Google Acquires JotSpot; Sample Login Inside


Google announced that they've acquired wiki company JotSpot, which offers a service similar to Google Docs and Spreadsheets. Spreadsheets, calendars, photo pages, and web pages can be easily created from one dashboard. I can see why Google would acquire JotSpot since they're way ahead of Google in integrating these similar, but still separate, productivity services.

Right now, new registrations have been closed, but for those who want to try it out, Sam Davyson, one of Jotspot's developers, posted a sample logon at Google Blogoscoped:
u/n: sam-at-davyson.com (replace -at- with @)
p/w: blogoscoped

Login page: sgd.jot.com/

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