Tuesday, May 30th, 2006
There’s a new beta site that’s hit the web just recently – Wridea – that seeks to provide a simple method for web users to “take notes” and quickly just down ideaas from an easy-to-use web application frontend.
Never forget your ideas again. Save it when you have it. Create categories and organize your ideas. Create pages for different purposes. Like having multiple accounts!
Use wridea as basic project management software. Different page for each project and different categories for each work type.
You are the limit! You have pages, categories and ideas. Use wridea in your way!
Overall, the interface isn’t too bad, but personally, I’m store more partial to the TaDa lists. They let you seperate out the notes into different categories and pages to help manage the notes, and the “Add new item” tab makes good use of the lightbox style of interface, but it’s still just not as free flowing as I’d hoped. Taking notes needs to be something that’s fast and easy to work with, and something to gether my thoughts quickly and easily.
Posted by Chris Cornutt at 7:11 am