I think of Evernote as a digital kitchen drawer. You can capture and store anything, audio clips, web pages, pictures, notes, etc… and Evernote will automatically synch so your info is available on all your devices. You can forward e-mails, add attachments and files, or make checklists. Anything you store becomes searchable both by content, or by tagging with keywords. Items are stored in individual notes, and can be organized into notebooks. I use it all the time to save webpages and articles I want to read or reference later. Another of my favorite uses is to take meeting notes into Evernote. You can record the meeting and type in your own notes and thoughts, and be able to find it all later. There are tons of ways to use this powerful program, visit their excellent website for tips, ideas, and examples. Evernote is free, but for $5 monthly or $45 yearly you can move to the Premium version, which gives you more features, notably more storage, offline notebooks, and the ability to search within saved PDF’s.