Tuesday, February 27

Making the world a better through word processing: Virtual Ubiquity

Today, I was reading about a new word processor (a hybrid web and offline word processor) called Virtual Ubiquity, created by Rick Treitman from Lotus.

Tim O'Reilly wrote an absolutely glowing review that is sure to start a lot of hype:

This is a REALLY sweet word processor. It's got amazing typography, pagination, resizing and reflowing, all in Flash (and Apollo, for offline use.) Unlike Google Docs, this isn't a lightweight word processor. It may well just be the slickest word processor I've seen anywhere.


They are soliciting stories about where an on-line word processor would make the world a better place. If you have any to share, drop them a message at: info @ virtub.com

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