Writely

Writely

A word processor developed by Upstartle, LLC and acquired by Google. Writely became part of Google's online business suite (see Google Docs).
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126), sin embargo, los EMCM plantean la Web 3.0 como una posibilidad que yace ya "en sistemas de cooperacion en-linea tales como Wikipedia, wikis, Writely o Google Docs & Spreadsheets" (Fuchs, 2008a, 126).
I did laugh at the 'humorous transgressions' in the new traffic laws but as your correspondence rightly -- and "writely" pointed out, is the confusion it creates in the minds of many, particularly Bahrain's large expatriate group (ooops, I almost typed "body.")
Carys thinks imagining herself into others' grief is probably a "morbid, writely thing to do" but she is nonetheless compelled to do it.
The company also purchased a number of other firms over the years including, Keyhole (which became Google Earth), Writely (which became Google Docs), YouTube, and Android (which went on to become the Android Operating System for Google's new phone launch called the Android in 2008).
According to one former Salesforce.com executive who requested anonymity, the company made serious overtures toward acquiring Writely, a provider of online word-processing software that was eventually purchased by Google--and which formed the basis for Google Docs and the Google Apps office-productivity suite.
O'Reilly pointed to Writely (now Google Docs & Spreadsheets) and iTunes (because of its music-store portion).
Blogs are allowing anyone to have a voice--participatory media sites such as Digg, Newsvine, StumbledUpon, and Furl let the public vote on what is news; self-broadcasting platforms such as YouTube, Vimeo, and blip.tv will put anyone on TV; and participatory office applications such as Writely and Google Spreadsheets are all changing the face of how the public interacts with technology and each other.
Google Docs (formerly Writely), for example, allows users to import their existing Word, OpenOffice, .rtf, and other documents.
Google has renamed its 2006 Writely software acquisition "Google Documents" and combined it with Google Spreadsheets in a strong initiative to extend its reach into the desktop software market (http://docs.google.com).