I just recently re-watched an episode of Mad Men — called The Color Blue — where Paul Kinsey had a breakthrough idea for a Western Union ad, but lost it because he didn't write it down. Paul could have really used a website like Wridea, which organizes your thoughts and ideas online, you know, if the Internet existed in 1963.
Wridea not only acts as a place for you to hash out your presentation ideas, story plots, or list of to-dos, but it allows you to collaborate and share notes with colleagues and friends to put an end to long chain emails going back and forth within the group. It's a quick and painless signup, but Wridea will no doubt save you lots of trouble in the long run if you happen to have lots of ideas swirling around, and don't want to risk tossing your big breakthrough in the trash after scribing it on a cocktail napkin!
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