E-Quill allows people to mark up and share webpages. After activating the free E-Quill service, a toolbar in the browser allows one to annotate any webpage with a pen tool, highlighter and sticky notes, and then e-mail the marked up pages. The annotated Web pages can be sent to anyone. The recipient doesn't need E-Quill to view the annotated pages. The installation process is very smooth and fast. If you use IE5+, it is worth a try. Here is an example of the an annotated Infolets homepage.
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| Posted on Wednesday September 27, @08:51PM Pacific|
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