Until now, visiting the future web address for Google Notebook simply gave you a 404 page that wasn't much fun to look at. Thanks to Nate, one of the Googling Googlers, we can now see the front door for Google Notebook -- unfortunately I am still unable to actually log in to the service.
The login page gives us an overview of the service:
Clip useful information
You can add clippings of text, images and links from web pages to your Google Notebook without ever leaving your browser window.
Organize your notes.
You can create multiple notebooks, divide them into sections, and drag-and-drop your notes to stay organized.
Get access from anywhere.
You can access your Google Notebooks from any computer by using your Google Accounts login.
Publish your notebook.
You can share your Google Notebook with the world by making it public.
And has a few examples of notebooks:
Plan out your vacation — from booking flights to finding the best resorts to creating an itinerary of activities.
Get the most relevant information on a topic to become an expert or make informed decisions.
Create a wish list, comparison shop and more.