Leave “Sticky Notes” On Websites.

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Marc Cenedella@cenedella · Founder,Knozen
Everything old is new again! ThirdVoice tried this in 1999: http://archive.wired.com/science... (For the record, I think it's good to revisit all ideas in technology every 5 years or so, as the components, behaviors, and ecosystem changes...)
Paul Veugen@pveugen · Mobile at Mapbox
@cenedella Fleck, by The Next Web guys, tried this too about 5 years ago.
Shawn Shadfar@sshadfar
Zurf is not another "web annotation" tool guys. Zurf is a new messaging app that enables discussions about items. Zurf is primarily for those who send hundreds of texts with links to their friends to suggest something or seek feedback. Texting a link is cumbersome, shows the message in a different app than the item itself and retrieving an item is hard as your text gets drown in a sea of other texts. Zurf is simple to use, fun and organizes items by category, sender or website. Zurfers are the coolest people. Become one!
Kevin William DavidHunterHiring@kwdinc · Community @Siftery. No 1 Hunter on PH🥇
Mobile web browser that lets you leave a “sticky note” or zNote for friends on any item on any website. Your friends can then add comments right on your note.
Scott Weiner@brandwagon · iOS Development. Web Development. UI/UX.
Looks interesting. Would like to see this as a Chrome extension, as well.