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11) Fall in Love with Note taking

evernoteThis past week, Ed mentioned Notability…

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With it, you can combine handwriting, photos, and typing to bring your projects to life. Explore ideas, finalize details, get perspective and put all your notes in one place. Now I have always liked Evernote…

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But this Notability thing would certainly give Evernote a run for its money. What’s your favorite note-taking app? How do you prefer to communicate the notes you’ve taken? If you have an idea or an app for that, please click “Comment” following the web version of this item.

7) Cool Tools: How to Remember Every Random Fact You Ever Heard

evernoteYou only need one word to answer this item: Evernote. It’s fast, it’s synchronized (with every device you own), the notes are always available off-line, and it’s full-featured. Basically, think of it as a funnel into which you can throw all your ideas, goals, things to remember, notes, and everything else. On the other side, you can retrieve everything. It has been said that the spreadsheet application virtually CREATED the market single-handedly for the personal computer. Why? Because paper spreadsheets were made SO obsolete by computerized versions. To me, Evernote is another one of those apps.

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3) Evernote Essentials

evernote-iconYou’re probably already a big fan of Evernote, the ‘grass-catcher’ digital note-making application for smartphones, tablets, and computers. I’m not sure there could be any better app for remembering and tracking loose bits of information. It works great as a solo app, but also works for teams as well — and there’s a version for practically every platform. To learn more, visit…

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