A few weeks ago, I posted about a product called "backpackit", which I personally love - and use daily.

Now there's a new web-based tool, called PeanutButterWiki, that seems equally cool. If you haven't heard about wikis yet - get on board - they're huge. Wikis are typically community edited sites where anyone can change a page. The best example is Wikipedia, the wiki-based encyclopedia, which has a tendency to be more accurate than traditional reference sources.

With PBWiki, you can create your own personal wiki page. In minutes. Use it for notes, reminders, or whatever else you used paper for in the old days. Because it's web-based, you can access it from any machine in the world, with your username and password. Try that with paper.

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