Rafe Needleman, Cnet, has a substantive overview of one of the new online word processors. He writes So I’m trying an experiment. I am writing this column on Writely, a free word processor that runs completely in a Web browser. Writely is not the only online word processor, but it’s one of the most well known, and it was just acquired by Google. Google has closed new user registration for Writely while it is figuring out how to scale up the servers to handle Google-level traffic, but all existing users have 50 invitations they can give out. For a nice collection of other Web 2.0 applications, with reviews, see this page on IT|Redux. If you want to get started with an online word processor right away, Zoho Writer is worth experimenting with.
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