No. NOOK's notes are strictly internal to the specific NOOK device that they were made on.
...bummer. I wonder if something is in the works (or could be in the works) from B&N.
I see this as the only true advantage that Kindle has over NOOK. The ability to collect and see all of your notes in one place could be a deal killer for those that read and notate a lot of non-fiction.
Everything else seems to be personal preference; drm, physical keyboard vs. touchscreen, etc.
Even though it's not a feature I required I think it would be a great addtion to the NOOK and/or NOOKcolor.
I agree. To me, this is a nice feature. It's just a software thing, not hardware. However, the Kindle's directional pad makes it slightly easier to navigate. Having said that, I NEVER use notes or notations. I use it for what I'm intending it for to be - an eBook reader. Nothing more.
Just keep in mind that Nook is still a baby. You can't expect them to know every single thing, and to have every single thing available. Kindle has been around for a long while. K1 didn't have this ability. B&N had LendMe that Kindle never had, until now.