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Last Updated on July 11, 2019 UberNote Online Web Notes started as a side project built in a townhouse north of Baltimore on nights and weekends. [...] As UberNote grew useful for our friends and family, we created a company and left our full-time jobs to travel down the path of a technology start-up. [...] I will also admit that not knowing if people would pay for UberNote allowed us to be detached from the reality of if we have been wasting our time with it. [...] I’m not sure what excuse we have for not building something directly for mobile (except a mobile version of our web-app).