Chris Harris pointed to Google’s new Notebook app which at first blush is a bit like OneNote (without the inking) for the Web. In fact, it might even be better simply because of the share-ability and easy publishing. It’s oh-so-easy to snip stuff and to start pages of topical notes. (See Chris’s example.) As he says,
Google Notebook, you see, lets me capture text blocks from a webpage and create an electronic notebook that truly places the emphasis on being a NOTESbook. I love that I can go back and annotate entries by either editing the entry itself or by adding an additional note below the entry. Notebook also includes a link back to the source document. Notes can also be arranged into sections.
Of course it has AJAX drag and drop goodness for reordering stuff, you can add section headings, print the darn thing, and even search all of the public notebooks there are out there in Googleland.
Now, if only each notebook could be made collaborative AND had an RSS feed. Now that would be really cool.