The past year has seen a spate of tools designed to help you organize your personal information, but most still have limits. Because of this, I find myself often forgetting whether I've furled a page, saved it to My Web or other online information manager, or even resorted to capturing a note in the simple text editor I use for many tasks.
I've been testing a new program called EverNote that goes a long way toward reducing my information overload regarding my information overload. It's a powerful but simple information organizer with a blindingly fast search function and a pack of useful features that help you keep your personal information organized and close to hand. Today's SearchDay article, A Dynamite Personal Information Manager, has the full review.
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