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Evernote is available in a paid version or a more restricted free version.

My definition of Evernote:

Post-it notes for your brain. Fully multimedia capable information storage and retrieval system. Can be used for project management, revision control, file sharing, and limited web serving.

In addition to being able to get client applications on many devices you can use Evernote from a webpage. All of your notes are available on any machine that has a modern web browser. Unfortunatly there is not a native linux client so the web version would be the answer for my Linux friends.

In addition you can create notes by e-mailing to your Evernote account, clip entire web pages to be accessed off line. There are also add-on 3rd party apps to extend capabilities.

You will be able to do a lot with a free account. My friends and I mostly made it a few years on free accounts before making the jump to premium. I have used Evernote to record my daily work for about 6 years. This has allowed me to maintain client relationships as I moved between jobs.

The file share:

One of the features of Evernote is you can share your notes. They can be “chatted with in Evernote through the Work Chat feature, emailed as a link to a hosted webpage, even exported to HTML. It can be a very powerful tool.


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