Launch On TechCrunch, Get Bought By Google

<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2009/06/cp_1244536542_47589v1-max-250x250-215x142.jpg" width="215" height="142" />I still love the <a href="https://techcrunch.com/2005/08/31/writely-

Google's Writely released; will another sector be squashed?

Online ajax-rich word processor Writely began accepting new accounts today after closing registration when the company was acquired by Google in March. A number of startups who used to compete with Wr

Writely Confirms Google Acquisition

So much for the rumor, the aquisition of Writely by Google has now been confirmed on both the Writely blog and by Google. Congratulations to the Writely team. This signals two things: a confirmation o

Google to Acquire Writely?

Om Malik thinks Silicon Valley based Writely, an online Ajax word processor, and Google may be getting cozy. Unlike me, Om tends to really dig before posting on acquisition rumors, so this one may be

Writely Is Kicking A**

Writely (profiled earlier) continues to lead the pack in online ajax word products. Writely has had great features from day 1: import and export into Word format, embedded images, a wysiwyg editor, dr

Rallypoint Offers an Ajax Word Solution

I’m loving the ajax office solutions tonight. In addition to Jotspot Tracker, I’ve been playing around with Rallypoint, an online ajax word/wiki product. Rallypoint joins Writely, JotSpot

Writely – Process Words with your Browser

Company: Writely Launched: August 2005 Location: California Overview: Imagine Word, but as an ajax browser application that was free. And allowed tagging of documents. And you could set reader permiss