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Google Notebook is live: Here's how I plan to use it

Google Notebook is now live at google.com/notebook/.

Earlier, Erica Baker posted screenshots of GNotebook and the recent version looks very much the same. There's still no way to "Blog This" your notebook clippings to Blogger or other blog platforms.

Google Notebook installs a tiny addon in Firefox and IE browsers available in the right click menu. Here's how I plan to integrate Google Notebook in my blogging workflow:

I frequently encounter websites that I want to cover in my blog later. Now with Google Notebook, I could just create a new Notebook session called "To Do" and quickly insert the website URL with a short description in the notebook.

Once I blog about the website, I could just delete the notebook entry or push it down. Simple.

Google Notebook even lets me create a catalog of web pictures without even downloading them. This is extremely handy when you are looking for "Cake Designs" for your child's first birthday - Keep saving the pictures to a custom section on Google Notebook and once the research is done, just browse your collection and pick the best.

GNotebook items can easily be dragged and dropped across different sections. You can also search the content in other user notebooks here - Google Notebooks Search. The Notebook is private by default.

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