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J.ot Down is a simple, sharable online notepad

There are a lot of ways to take quick notes and share them online. Some, like Google Docs, have large feature sets and require accounts. J.ot Down is at the opposite end of the spectrum. It lets you type, share and save, and that's about it.

Going to the site opens up a new note. From there, you just type. There's no formatting with fonts, colors or styles, and no HTML support - just typing. When you pause, J.ot Down will autosave your document and give you a permalink you can use to share it or come back to it. You can also manually save.

That's the entire feature list, as far as I can tell. It's amazingly lightweight, and makes a good substitute for stickies or notepad docs when you're not on your home machine.

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