Trends, Achievements, and Perspectives
I am overwhelmed with the power and potential of this online tool – Evernote.
Yes, I can capture anything.
Yes, I can access it from anywhere.
Yes, I can search through various formats.
Yes, it is free.
I can create simple text notes, save snapshots, clip web pages, and in a few places take audio notes. The sudio feature seems to work very well on my BlackBerry. I can search for images according to the text contained in that image. This software offers different ways to categorize information:
I found the wee little web clipper feature intuitive and reliable. Instead of bookmarking a webpage, the web clipper saves the HTML as a note with a click of a button. Terrifically easy.
The big deal with Evernote is the ability to access it from any computer that has internet access. I don’t need to carry around the new 21st century tote – a USB key, nor my laptop or Playbook, nor an iPad.
I’ve not truly invested myself with this online software yet and am intent on further exploration.