Google Sidewiki

Google has launched a new product called Sidewiki.

From the Official Google blog:

What if everyone, from a local expert to a renowned doctor, had an easy way of sharing their insights with you about any page on the web? What if you could add your own insights for others who are passing through?

Now you can. Today, we’re launching Google Sidewiki, which allows you to contribute helpful information next to any webpage. Google Sidewiki appears as a browser sidebar, where you can read and write entries along the side of the page.

We’re releasing Google Sidewiki as a feature of Google Toolbar (for Firefox and Internet Explorer) and we’re working on making it available in Google Chrome and elsewhere too. We also have the first version of our API available today to let anyone work freely with the content that’s created in Sidewiki.

Start exploring the web with Google Sidewiki by visiting google.com/sidewiki to download the Google Toolbar with Sidewiki and begin contributing your own entries alongside pages on the web.

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