Friday, May 19, 2006

Thinkfree: Freedom to Office anywhere?

On a wet rainy day like this (at least in this part of the Canadian woods), I am glad I came across a new Web gem (via Will Richardson's Weblogg-ed): it's called Thinkfree.

According to the company's website, "ThinkFree is the leader in next-generation productivity solutions for platform independent, anytime, anywhere-computing. ThinkFree usability extends beyond PCs and is perfect for Internet-connected devices, including thin client and mobile computing platforms."

The company also explains that its online software can create 100% compatible Microsoft Office documents.

Besides that, it appears that you can add documents to your blogs and append your Flickr images to your documents as well. Cool.

I haven't registered yet. I'll will give it a try soon. But, in the meantime, if you do register, let me know what you think.

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