To help students with online research, Boston-based company WebNotes created a web-based highlighting and "sticky note" tool that allows users to compile information from multiple web pages to organize and share their findings.


"Users can capture information that's important and share it with other people," said Ryan Damico, chief executive officer and co-founder of WebNotes. "We've been able to create a robust tool for academics and professionals to use for research."


Damico and his partner Alex King began developing WebNotes about two years ago after seeing a need for a product that allowed students to annotate web pages for research purposes--and especially...

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