I’ve rarely found a tool as useful as I’ve recently found Evernote to be. I downloaded it a long time ago, but couldn’t seem to use it effectively, so I abandoned it. Then I read this article on LifeHacker and went back to it. I now have individual notebooks set up for all my works-in-progress. I have a notebook for my work with Game Industry News, and I have a personal notebook for things like the name and style of the sofa I want to buy. I have Evernote on my laptop, my iPhone, and my iPad. It syncs easily on all three, so I have access to my notes wherever I am. I can also make notes from anywhere and Evernote records where I was when I wrote the note. For someone like me, with a memory like a sieve, this is invaluable. So, if you’re like me and have a lot of irons in various and sundry fires, check out Evernote. It’s gone from lingering on my phone to being part of my daily existence.
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