Protopage just seems to keep getting better and better. Lately, they updated to version 2.0. That’s “2.0” as in “Web 2.0”—HA! *snicker* OK. I admit, it’s still too early on the week for such foolish wordings but all is fair in the land of web technology and blogging.
So what can be the coolest page you have ever been to on the net? Well, its simple. The one that you just created and customized. How you may ask? Why not find out over at Protopage.
But what exactly is it?
Protopage makes it easier for you to get to your favorite web sites.
Create a page, put your links and sticky notes on it, and save it as your new browser start page.
With my experience, in the quick 10 minutes of using it, its more for those that need to easily transport their sticky notes from home to work and vice-versa. Its an alternative for those of us who don’t have time to make a personal homepage where to-do-lists, new web links and lotto numbers might reside. A cool thing about it is—its AJAXibility (just made it up, don’t wear it out).
You can change the layout of your notes; the color of your background/foreground; the image/wallpaper of your homepage; and many more. All of this in real-time. By the way, did I mention that its FREE!
The only thing that might be of a “fine-print” material would be this part (below their registration form):
We ask for your email address so that we can send your password to you if you forget it, and to send you occasional news about Protopage. We respect your privacy. You can opt out of the Protopage news emails at any time.
Otherwise, go give it a try. I’m pretty sure it’ll be of good use for those always on-the-go. As well as those who are always in need of a service that helps them manage this clutter-verb we call “web-surfing.”