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Now that google notebook does not allow new users to sign up are there any similar online note taking applications available?

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There are quite a few! I was poking around for this a few days ago.

I personally like Evernote and though it's not quite a note-taking service, clockingit.com is one of my favorite websites. :-).

This post from Mashable cites 17:

http://mashable.com/2009/01/25/notetaking-alternatives/

http://jjot.com/
http://springnote.com/
http://gradegenie.com/index.do
http://www.notely.net/
http://notemesh.com/
http://pad.helicoid.net/home.html
http://iknolio.com/
http://luminotes.com/
http://mojonote.com/
http://www.notebookg.com/
http://www.posti.ca/
http://www.snapbits.com/
http://stixy.com/
http://www.ubernote.com/webnote/pages/default.aspx
http://notebook.zoho.com/

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+1 Gee! that is really great list of links –  Ram Nov 7 '09 at 9:18

www.protopage.com

There are a variety of ways to store information from bookmarks / urls, free form text, and you get to arrange the notes like sticky notes. You can create multiple pages of tabbed information too.

Well worth a look.

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Try Evernote. This is better than Google Notebook. You can write notes from your phone, put in pictures, and lots of other cool stuff.

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+1 good tool. I'm using it! –  ToreTrygg Nov 5 '09 at 12:31
    
I'd add that Evernote has a google notebook import too, but then I don't know if it's perhaps too late for that anyway. –  izb Nov 5 '09 at 13:26
    
Evernote has the added benefit of having a desktop application for offline viewing and note creating, as well as allowing many more different types of notes/content to be saved. I switched from Google Notebook and haven't wanted to go back. –  Millhouse Nov 5 '09 at 13:34

I like Remember the milk. It has mobile versions but also has google calendar integration.

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Cool, popular and simple. :-). –  briealeida Nov 5 '09 at 14:51
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That's how I like all of my applications. –  Stephen Nov 5 '09 at 15:56

The best one would be Google Tasks. It's easy to use and has an iPhone and Android client, if you want.

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