The press release won't hit for a few hours yet, but both LinkedIn and TripIt have gone live with their new widgets for Lotus Notes.

LinkedIn:

With the new LinkedIn micromashup software capability for Lotus Notes, users can access the world's most popular professional network directly from their desktops. Features include a stream of LinkedIn network updates, people search with one-click, and access to view their LinkedIn Professional profile right within Notes.
Visit linkedin.com/lotus for details and to download.

Image:LinkedIn and TripIt widgets for Lotus Notes now available

TripIt:
With today's myriad of travel sites, even the most experienced business traveler may find managing trip details a daunting task. TripIt organizes trip details into one master online itinerary, even if arrangements are booked at multiple travel sites. It automatically includes maps, directions and weather into a master itinerary and gives travelers the option to add restaurants, theater tickets, and other activities for the trip.

Travelers can safely access travel plans online, share them, check-in for flights, or print an itinerary. It even makes it easy for travelers to share and collaborate on travel plans, and to see when their plans overlap so that they can meet-up with people from their professional network.
Thank you to Adam Brown from ISW in Australia for providing a great quote for the press release.  Visit tripit.com/lotus for details and to download.


 Image:LinkedIn and TripIt widgets for Lotus Notes now available

The press release is now live on ibm.com.  Nice line: "Whatever Lotus customers need, there's a widget for that."

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