Written by Pete Morano on September 20, 2012
Categories: Blog Posts

Taking notes with pen and paper at your desk is now a thing of the past.

Wallwisher, a new web application that was first introduced at TechCrunch Disrupt last week, allows users to create walls that can be shared with friends, coworkers or clients.

Wallwisher is an extremely multi-purpose service. Users are able to upload files, plan events, post notes, bookmark favorite sites and interact with friends by posting to their various walls. They can also create noticeboards, scrapbooks, playlists and charts, and take notes as easily as putting a pen to paper.

According to a recent article on TechCrunch, the idea for the site came after founder Nitesh Goel wondered why people still take notes on paper when they’re in front of a computer.

“If people could put content on the web as easily as putting a pen and paper, they can do amazing things,” said Nitesh Goel, founder of Wallwisher.

One of the most talked-about features of the app is that it facilitates real-time collaboration, a great asset to businesses and teams working on projects together. Users can brainstorm ideas, collect feedback, share content and take part in discussions with others on the site instantaneously.

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