Image via WikipediaAdobe launched an online suite of office utility software in early June. Among the offerings is Buzzword, which is something akin to Google Docs or Zoho‘s Office Suite, but built on an Adobe Flash-based platform.
To use it, you have to have an acrobat.com log-in, which means another user/password combination. But it does have the ability to add endnotes, and some nice eye-candy in terms of the user interface.
Other parts of the Acrobat suite include a tool to make PDFs automatically and store files.
It’ll be interesting to see if this takes off.