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Scrybe: Emerging Online Organizer

Just saw this tool mentioned by Robert Scoble, and had to share it — it's called Scrybe and it looks like a pretty amazing web-based organization tool. It's too hard to easily describe, so instead, check out the video:

I've already signed up to be a beta tester for the October 2006 launch. You can do the same at the link at the base of the Scrybe page.

Check out the Flickr Photo page, which features a Hipster PDA-like printout of your latest data, called PocketSync.

Wonder if they will offer sync to mobile devices?

Very interesting stuff.

Reader Comments (5)

The video is impressive. I like the part where he talks about small, unknown companies like Yahoo, Google or Microsoft. Wonder if they can back that bark up with a bite.
October 22, 2006 | Unregistered CommenterBlixa Bargeld
Looks cool, seems like Backpack on steroids. Looking forward to testing it.
October 23, 2006 | Unregistered CommenterJordan Arentsen
As aways you are finding new and cool solutions for our "digital" live :)

PaperSync? So cool!
October 23, 2006 | Unregistered CommenterVladimir Campos
Looks interesting, but the same thing as online Outlook with a few other more features. I don't know... but it seems like I'd personally end up liking Backpack more. Not because I'm a fanboy (far from it, Jason never returns my e-mails!), but because it seems like the guy really had to dig to get to stuff. I only have to click once to get to stuff.

Needless to say, it looks like it will be fun to test.
October 25, 2006 | Unregistered CommenterKris Gosser
Kris, it will be interestiing to see how it compares to the 37signals stuff. There is a chance they may try and lard it up with too many features � something the 37signals guys seem good at avoiding.
October 26, 2006 | Unregistered CommenterMike Rohde

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