By introducing a save-option, we tell the user: hey user, there is
this implementation-level detail, that you are surely interested in,
it's called a file system (yeah, don't ask) and this is the real deal.
Just because you see something on your desktop, doesn't mean it's
really there. It's not persistent, or maybe it is. The file system,
which you don't see, is the real deal, the desktop, which you can see
and directly interact with, is just a visualization of the file
i'm in favour of this, because maybe it's a workaround but the really
abstracted model still falls in some aspects, like what if i want to copy a
note to an usb thumbdrive to carry it away? for tnow what lives on the
desktop kinda can't escape from the desktop..
in the future probably we could just drag the note applet to a device icon, or
network or whatever and everything would happen behind the scenes, but for
now a save as option seems nice...