Writing on the Margins of the Web

Today, the world can begin to explore a new web app that will undoubt­ed­ly hold appeal for book lovers on the web. The app is called Reframe It, and it lets you write in the mar­gins of any web page, much as you’d write in the mar­gins of a book. And, even bet­ter, it lets you share the com­ments with oth­ers, turn­ing mar­gin­a­lia into some­thing of a pub­lic con­ver­sa­tion. (Watch the video below to see what I mean.)

Reframe It is being released today in beta. To give it a try, you can down­load the free Fire­fox or Inter­net Explor­er Reframe It brows­er exten­sion here. Give it a try and feel free to let us know what you think.

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  • Anoth­er fea­ture to help mak­ing use­ful inter­net con­tent more vis­i­ble. Of course it can be used for annoy­ing adver­tise­ment but ads are every­where.

  • Carol says:

    This is an excel­lent way to com­ment on all web pages. It’s great because it does­n’t cov­er over any con­tent on the page, and espe­cial­ly easy to use.

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