I like OneNote. I use it to store different code snippets and links to tech pages with useful information. It is not the ideal tool for doing this - IMO there is no tool, yet, that can replace a physical notebook - but I got used to it. Especially I enjoy the search feature because is impossible to do it on paper.

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Most of you know Google Docs (GD) - the web-based word processor, spreadsheet, presentation, and form application offered by Google. Probably in the attempt to remove GD's supremacy and to promote their new Office 2010, Microsoft is preparing a free online version of Office called Office Web Apps.

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OneNote allows users to create shared notebooks by using a shared folder or a SharePoint repository. When two persons who want to share a notebook are in different countries then a shared folder is not a too feasible solution. A SharePoint repository can be created for free on Office Small Business but you have only 50 MB for storage and you need at least basic SharePoint knowledge.

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