Hello, I’m a web craftsman with a passion for the modern web. I build web applications and play with social services and communities.
About a week ago I launched a new web service with a few friends from university. It’s called LocaNote. LocaNote is a cloud service that stores personal notes online. What’s special about LocaNote is that every note has a geographical location attached to it. Using this information LocaNote will show you only notes that are relevant to your current position. And since it is a cloud service you can take your notes with you on a mobile device. An iPhone App is in development right now and should be available on the App Store within the next few weeks. The built-in GPS receiver in the iPhone makes it the perfect mobile device for LocaNote. It will automatically use it’s current GPS-location to find notes that are really close to your actual position. Also, when you create a new note it will be placed on your current location.
The website and API is done in Ruby on Rails and the web frontend makes heavy use of the recently released jQuery 1.4.
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