This looks a useful tool. Anyone tried it? Claims to allow annotation and links to be added to images with RSS to keep track of everything.
Following text copied from Humanist:
We are really happy to announce the release of ImaNote 1.0 version.
ImaNote – (Image and Map Annotation Notebook) is a web-based multi-user tool that allows you, and your friends, to display a high-resolution image or a collection of images online and add annotations and links to them. You simply mark an area on an image (e.g. a map) and write an annotation related to the point.
You can keep track of the annotations using RSS (Really Simple Syndication) or link to them from your own blog/web site/email. The links lead right to the points in the image.
The user management features include resetting lost passwords and account email verification. Through the group management features you can create communities that share images and publish annotations.
ImaNote is Open Source and Free Software released under the GNU General Public Licence (GPL).
Imanote was developed as a collaboration between the Systems of Representation and the Learning Environments research groups of the Media Lab at the University of Art and Design Helsinki, Finland.
For more information go to http://imanote.uiah.fi