Notetaking for Business
Jjot - An easy interface for taking notes during a meeting with a “post-it note”-inspired interface. Choose to share your notes with a group so you can work together on a project.
Microsoft OneNote - While OneNote is a paid service, there is something comforting about staying in the Microsoft Office family of tools if that’s what you know best. This solution allows you to work online or offline.
Springnote - Springnote allows you to set up personal notebooks for those items only you need to see, or group notebooks for anytime you want to work on a project with others. Also offers an iPhone application for easy interaction with your account while on the go.
Grade Genie - Share your class notes and easily edit them so that everyone has the same study guide. Includes contests to win prizes for using the service.
NoteCentric - Keep all of your class notes in one centralized location, and then share them with classmates by inviting them to view the notes. You can even distribute them via an RSS feed if you so choose.
Notely - Notely focuses on students and provides a very similar interface to Microsoft Word. It allows for formatting, highlighting passages, adding images and more. You can also keep track of your schedule to make sure you are never late again.
NoteMesh - A Wiki-based collaborative note system for people in the same class. Anyone from the class may delete, add or edit the notes for everyone to share. If you don’t agree with a deletion that was made, no problem: it’s all stored in the page’s history.
General Purpose Notetaking
Helipad - Helipad focuses on making sure you can write and organize your notes anytime you want with access from your mobile phone, Nintendo Wii, Playstation 3 and even PSP. Features include tags, search on every page and PDF export.
iKnolio.com - Sort your notes by using tags, create private and public entries, collaborate with others, set up an RSS feed and more.
Luminotes.com - A Wiki-based note system that allows you to create notes about any subject you want, interlink them to similar concepts and even download your notes as a web page or spreadsheet.
Mojonote - This solution allows you to store a wide variety of notes from tasks to recipes. You also have the ability to collaborate with others, set email or SMS reminders of pending tasks, import lists you already have on your computer and more.
Notebook G - Straight-forward, no nonsense note taking is the name of the game at Notebook G. A notable feature: you can jump through your notes using the handy tag cloud on the main page of your account.
Posti.ca - Posti.ca allows you to create notes to attach to emails, save files with your notes, send notes using Twitter and place notes on your iGoogle page.
SnapBits - Allows you to store all sorts of “bits” of information from notes to code snippets. You can also add new items via email.
Stixy - An easy way for friends, family and coworkers to share notes, share files such as PDFs and Word documents, embed photos and more in a wholly collaborative environment.
UberNote - UberNote allows you to take notes from just about anywhere with access from their web interface, iPhones, AIM and email. You can also choose to share your notes, and permit others to edit them.
Zoho Notebook - Are you already using the Zoho Office suite? If so, Zoho Notebook is a good choice. The service allows you to add HTML tags, URLs, images, audio and a whole slew of other goodies.