While surfing the web, do you ever find yourself wanting to jot down a quick note, but then the thought of firing up a note-taking application or opening a note-taking website makes you give up on the idea? If so, this fun little Safari extension might be just the thing.
Click ccNotepad's button on Safari's toolbar, and it opens a small side window and loads notepad.cc in it. (You can also use the configurable hotkey, which defaults to command-Shift-O.) Then just type your note--that's all she wrote.
The first time you open ccNotepad, it will generate a new note with a random name, just like when you enter http://notepad.cc without a pathname in Safari's address bar. But then it will remember the generated pathname and load the same note the next time you open ccNotepad.
Mac OS X 10.6,
Mac OS X 10.7