It is not clear about some things, and this is a rather old thread,
One thing, does the OP want to keep the "notes" private ?
No fancy applications are needed, I would avoid anything
an application (java etc?) for this purpose?
as it just complicates some thing that really could be simple,
not counting the security issues with "java scripts".
All ready mentioned, installing a very simple, BBS or forum software,..
would be easy, and simple, connect, login, and "post" your notes.
Most forum and bbs software is easy to configure, and you can
make it public or private,...
A simpler option, just use 'html' and make a "form" that
allows you to post comments or notes,.. http://www.w3schools.com/html/html_forms.asp
Some searches will show there are 1000s of ways to do this,
it is just up to the OP to decide which method they want to use.
I would use the one easiest and simplest for me to understand.
Yes there are also "java scripts", and perl scripts, cgi, and other
more complicated ways to do it as well.
As for me, I find just using "ssh" and nano , the easiest way to
add notes or make changes to my web site pages.
I log in via the terminal, 'cd' to the appropriate directory,
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#edit or add my notes, what ever,
Same way I do it on my PC, except on the PC I like
to use 'leafpad'
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~$ leafpad notes.txt
#opens the editer and my notes.txt file, I then type in my notes,
#and wow,...that is all there is to it.
If I am finished using the terminal, I type exit,
and close it.
Any text editor will work for taking notes, there is no need for "fancy applications"
to do that. Of course a "text editor"
is a application, and some are quite elaborate , fancy, to the extent that they
become quite useless, but really all one needs is a simple text editor, to make notes.
Just for fun I started a "notes page"
I don't really need the feature, but it might come in handy,
if and when I want to anounce something,...
I just used 'ssh" and nano,....