This is a test post of blogging with Google’s Writely.
Does Writely support ink? Nope, but it does support images. So technically, you can create an image file and then insert that image to the document. However, you can’t copy/paste an ink drawing and have it work. Writely won’t create a file for the pasted image which is a necessity if you want to share your ink image on the Internet.
So far Microsoft’s Live Writer has an edge here because it supports plugins, which allow us to create custom insert logic that supports inserting an image to a document.
It would be nice if we could do the same thing for Writely, however, I think a more general solution is in order–a solution that any DHTML editor could leverage.