Word processing on Web 2.0

For the past couple weeks I’ve been doing a lot of my writing on Writely, a free Web-based word processor that works entirely within a browser. It’s remarkably fast and is compatible both importing and exporting to Word. A few other pluses are that it saves drafts of each document so you can go back and view changes, it allows real time collaboration with others, and it offers direct publishing to many blog services (I haven’t tried that part out yet). Give it a try if you want to migrate one step further away from Microsoft.


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