MemoDepot: build YOUR OWN online notes library - anything, anytime, anywhere

Discussion in 'Python' started by ompaniess, Nov 3, 2006.

  1. ompaniess

    ompaniess Guest

    Just like everybody else nowadays, you are facing infinite amount of
    information everyday. how can you keep those that truly matters to you?
    MemoDepot allows you to do just that, and much more!

    - Capture any information, store as notes in your MemoDepot account,
    and access from anywhere
    - Organize your notes the way you like, they are always available at
    your fingertips
    - Pinpoint any notes by powerful search, just when you need it
    - Share your notes with others
    - Export your notes to local machine, so you take control, not
    MemoDepot

    With MemoDepot, you no longer have to throw away any useful
    information: contacts, ideas, experience, coupons, receipts, pictures,
    web pages, hard Googled-out results, programming sample codes,
    teacher's handout, scientific references, or simply favored book
    passages...... yes, ANYTHING. It is the place to deposit your
    knowledge; it is the way to extend your memory.

    MemoDepot is NOT merely a storage solution, a screen scraper, NOR is
    another online notebook, search engine or editor - it is an end to end
    knowledge build and management system, everyday, in the most convenient
    way.

    To truly appreciate why MemoDepot tool and service are so powerful,
    take a few minutes to check out:

    http://www.memodepot.com/noteserver/flashes/memodepot.pps (PowerPonit)

    http://www.memodepot.com/noteserver/flashes/memodepot_demo.html (Flash
    Demo)

    http://www.memodepot.com (Get started!)

    Any comments or suggestions, send to:
    ompaniess, Nov 3, 2006
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  2. ompaniess

    Terry Reedy Guest

    Re: MemoDepot: build YOUR OWN online notes library - anything, anytime,anywhere

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    Terry Reedy, Nov 3, 2006
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    metaperl Guest

    I'll just use Plone, thanks.

    ompaniess wrote:
    > Just like everybody else nowadays, you are facing infinite amount of
    > information everyday. how can you keep those that truly matters to you?
    > MemoDepot allows you to do just that, and much more!
    >
    > - Capture any information, store as notes in your MemoDepot account,
    > and access from anywhere
    > - Organize your notes the way you like, they are always available at
    > your fingertips
    > - Pinpoint any notes by powerful search, just when you need it
    > - Share your notes with others
    > - Export your notes to local machine, so you take control, not
    > MemoDepot
    >
    > With MemoDepot, you no longer have to throw away any useful
    > information: contacts, ideas, experience, coupons, receipts, pictures,
    > web pages, hard Googled-out results, programming sample codes,
    > teacher's handout, scientific references, or simply favored book
    > passages...... yes, ANYTHING. It is the place to deposit your
    > knowledge; it is the way to extend your memory.
    >
    > MemoDepot is NOT merely a storage solution, a screen scraper, NOR is
    > another online notebook, search engine or editor - it is an end to end
    > knowledge build and management system, everyday, in the most convenient
    > way.
    >
    > To truly appreciate why MemoDepot tool and service are so powerful,
    > take a few minutes to check out:
    >
    > http://www.memodepot.com/noteserver/flashes/memodepot.pps (PowerPonit)
    >
    > http://www.memodepot.com/noteserver/flashes/memodepot_demo.html (Flash
    > Demo)
    >
    > http://www.memodepot.com (Get started!)
    >
    > Any comments or suggestions, send to:
    metaperl, Nov 6, 2006
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