Not even a week after I posted an article about 37 Signals and their great products, they go and launch another one: Writeboard. Think “wiki made simple” and you’ll understand what writeboard is.
If you don’t have a clue what wiki’s are, a wiki allows anyone, using a web browser, to edit, delete or modify content that has been placed on the web site including the work of other authors (Wikipedia being the most famous)
Here’s what they say about Writeboard:
Writeboard makes it easy to…
- Write without fear of losing or overwriting a good idea
- Compare different versions of a document
- Collaborate with colleagues on copy, proposals, memos, etc.
- Subscribe to documents via RSS and be notified of changes
- Keep your writings organized with Backpack integration
Writeboard is perfect for…
- Authors, journalists, PR folks, editors, and publishers
- Bloggers or freelance/independent writers
- Letter writers, songwriters, poets, comedians, creatives
- Students, professors, and groups collaborating on a paper
Now, I swear I’m not on the payroll of 37 Signals (though maybe I should be), I just like their products and how they do it.