Does anyone remember a website that you could download software and mark up exsisting websites?
July 15, 2004 7:18 AM   Subscribe

Does anyone remember a website that you could download software and mark up exsisting websites? It had a pen and highlighter tool along with a sticky note feature.
posted by Macboy to Computers & Internet (8 answers total)
 
First google hit on the query "mark up websites" leads to an article discussing a product called "Third Voice," the link to which is dead. Googling "Third Voice" leads to this Wired article showing the company went out of business.

Did you try Google?
posted by stupidsexyFlanders at 7:35 AM on July 15, 2004


There was another service called eQuill that was really keen, but it also went out of business.
posted by o2b at 7:38 AM on July 15, 2004


Also, try the query
website "sticky note" highlighter
First hit is this, which seems to do it.
posted by stupidsexyFlanders at 7:40 AM on July 15, 2004


Was it e-quill? It's been sold to Microsoft.

The A9 toolbar allows you to leave notes on a web page.
posted by echelon at 7:42 AM on July 15, 2004


E-quill is the one I was thinking of as well. I remember reading about it here. It was a fun toy.
posted by iconomy at 7:48 AM on July 15, 2004


eQuill!!! Yes that is the site - thank you
posted by Macboy at 8:21 AM on July 15, 2004


also previous thread.
posted by andrew cooke at 8:35 AM on July 15, 2004


I miss you eQuill.

Now that MSFT owns it, it'll never come back. They just bought it to get the IP and will roll out some proprietary extension to Office 2k9 that will be half as good and not as good looking...
posted by zpousman at 12:16 PM on July 15, 2004


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