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Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Helipad: A Web-based Notepad

Helipad is basically a web-based version of Notepad. You can quickly jot down notes or lists, tag them, and search through your documents. Its main attraction is the ability to publicly share documents.

Although there is a lot of competition in this area from Google Docs and Spreadsheets to online organizers like Scrybe, the simple UI is a plus. Helipad doesn't try to add extra features that detract from the user experience. It's just a notepad.

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Just use http://www.kapad.com/

Kapad looks like the epitome of simple user interfaces.

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