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Writely for Gmail Users

If you have a gmail account you are now automatically signed up for Writely, the on-line word processor that was bought by Google a while ago. Since it includes a spell check and other word processing tools, I imagine it might be handy for webwork. Especially since you don’t have to wait for a bloated program like Word to load (on that subject, for routine stuff I’ve been using notepad more and more lately — hey, remember when notepad was the software of choice for websites?). Anyway, I’d be curious to hear any impressions of Writely.

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  1. Update, 10.11.2006. Google has killed the Writely brand and wrapped it together with G Spreadsheets under the heading Google Docs and spreadsheets.

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