Ooh I like this WallWisher online noticeboard thing. It’s like a cross between Netvibes, Post-It Notes and a cork wallboard. It’s instant to set up, and adding a new video, image or note is as easy as double click and edit. Messages are limited to 160 characters or less, and you can make your wall private or public.
Oh and there’s a choice of backgrounds. Why? Well family chats (private or public), To-Do lists, personal notes etc etc. There’s an RSS feed for walls to help other keep track. I can see this being useful.
Wallwisher’s janitor has a post-it overuse problem. He uses post-its as reminders, coasters, bookmarks, wrappers for used gum, to-do list managers, memos. So he decided to have some post-its for the web. SharedCopy, a startup that dealt with adding notes to web pages, therefore, came as a natural choice for the janitor’s December internship. It was there that the janitor came up with the idea for using a sticky-note/noticeboard interface for communicating on the web.