JotSpot reappears -- after going dark upon Google's acquisition on 2006/10/31
Google Inc. today plans to introduce a service for creating Web sites that help colleagues share information with each other or people outside their organizations, in a further sortie into Microsoft Corp.'s core turf. The Google Sites service, which will replace an offering called Page Creator, is based on technology from a start-up called JotSpot that Google acquired in 2006. It allows individuals to create Web pages to share information, such as videos, presentations and document files. Google Sites will be available free to business users of Google's Apps suite of online services such as word processing.