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Jezlyn (who’s really never late to the party, regardless of her blog name) is showing off a collaboration tool from GE that has some digital ink support. It’s a little rough around the edges since she had to "snip" the final ink version to show it, […]

Ink_ge_2 Jezlyn (who’s really never late to the party, regardless of her blog name) is showing off a collaboration tool from GE that has some digital ink support. It’s a little rough around the edges since she had to "snip" the final ink version to show it, but it does open up some interesting possibilities. The GE collaboration tool is featured on Lifehacker and, like many apps, doesn’t require a Tablet PC; the ink only enhances the experience in my opinion.

To some degree, this reminds of the collaborative feature in OneNote 2003 that I can never seem to get working across the web; hopefully, this tool continues to mature much like the fine Project Build 52 ink-blogging application that Sumocat created!

-kct

  1. Actually, that’s “Build 52″, as in “Build LII”, as in “Build Links in Ink”… Yeah, it’s not very intuitive. :p

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