Student Collaboration Site ‘mynoteIT’.

MynoteIT allows students to collaborate using the web to share notes, class schedules, and create project teams reports studentl.inc.

When I was in college I heard of students that actually paying for rent by going to the large class (400+ student lecture halls) taking notes, and then selling to other students.

This model by mynoteIT will allow groups to quickly share. Could this create an opportunity for professional note takers to sell notes using paypal or will this encourage collaboration among all students?

The internet is helping folks to quickly connect –interesting the impacts it makes on socienty. Lifehack has a review of mynoteIT.

  • http://www.chrisbrogan.com Chris Brogan…

    Hi Jeremiah. I hope things are going well. Have you contemplated podcasting? I’ve been thinking that you have plenty to say, and maybe it’d go well into audio format as well.

    I hope you’re well.

    –Chris…

  • http://www.web-strategist.com/blog/ jeremiah_owyang

    Chris

    Thanks, I’ve done a number of podcasts at the podcastroundtable.com or also cruise over to my profile section where I’ve collected quite a few that I’ve been involved with

    http://www.web-strategist.com/blog/?page_id=2

    Thanks so much.

  • http://dbillian.typepad.com/ Damon Billian

    “This model by mynoteIT will allow groups to quickly share. Could this create an opportunity for professional note takers to sell notes using paypal or will this encourage collaboration among all students?”

    My guess is that it will foster more professional note takers, largely because I saw this happen at Cal a great deal in visits there. Many of my friends rarely went to class & largely focused on, errrrrr, other activities (beer bongs, for example) while in college.

  • http://www.web-strategist.com/blog/ jeremiah_owyang

    Damon, heh –collaborative party support?

  • http://www.web-strategist.com/blog/ jeremiah_owyang

    Damon, heh –collaborative party support?