Voo2do is mentioned in a Newsweek International article by Daren Briscoe called Smoother Surfing. It’s also a favourite of the writers at Gizmag. Thanks for the positive mentions, guys!
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I think you just turned up a bit of plagiarism. On Jan. 30, Newsweek wrote:
Ajax has become the driving force behind new Web-based services such as Writely, a free word-processing program; NumSum, a spreadsheet site, and Voo2do, a site that does scheduling and calendar tasks. These Ajax-driven sites are causing a rethinking of the Web’s relationship to PCs. Indeed, Ajax could make many PC-based software applications obsolete, and in the process turn much of the computer industry on its head.
Compare that to what Gizmag published Feb. 1:
Ajax has become the driving force behind some exciting new free web-based applications such as the Writely word-processor, NumSum spreadsheet and our favourite, Voo2do, a site that “offers advanced task and priority management for busy, ambitious individuals”. Ajax threatens the very existence of PC-based software applications, and might even reinvent the entire software and internet industries, not to mention offering myriad new business possibilities.
I’ll bet you dollars to donuts that Newsweek International is in the browser history over at Gizmag…