File under "D" for digital: evernote's searchable Web-based archive is an all-in-one solution for your digital-storage needs.
Amid the countless gigabytes of e-mails, websites and other digital
debris that make up our increasingly plugged-in lives, it can be hard to
keep track of information that's actually important to us.
That's where Evernote comes in. A digital file cabinet of sorts,
Evernote is an online service--it's cloud-based but also
server-supported--that lets users collect and store all things digital:
documents, voice memos and other audio files, Web content like
screen-grabs, digital images, to-do lists and more. Each such item, or
"note," added to your personal Evernote archive is instantly
and intuitively catalogued for easy future access, but you can also
further customize your indexing preferences. The contents of your
Evernote archive are accessible through both PCs and Macs or via
smart-phone applications, and any changes or updates automatically
self-synchronize across all platforms. Best of all, the service (up to
40 megabytes of storage a month) is totally free, though a more robust
version is available for a monthly or annual subscription fee.
Free (Premium Version: $5/month or $45/year)