Connected Documents

I’ll pay $100 to the first person who figures out how to make SubEthaEdit (worst name ever! I still call it Hydra) and OneNote service pack‘s document-editing capabilities connect to each other.
Both allow multiple users to edit the same document, and both connect easily across a network, though they’ve got different areas of focus. And both are pretty great little apps that ought to connect together. Though Word has note-taking features in the new Office 2004 for the Mac, I suspect the MBU’s distance from the Office group that’s doing OneNote on Windows will mean that it’s going to be a long time until note-sharing on the two platforms works well in Office.
Get to work, LazyWeb!