Evernote: the Google of your personal life

Evernote is the software that helps you remember everything, forever. It is a "human memory extension", according to Libin, CEO of Evernote.
Evernote combines several recent tech innovations: digital photography, ubiquitous networking, cheap storage and powerful image processing.
The service runs on a desktop program that works on both Macs and PCs, as well as a Web client for mobile phones. The software is well-designed and easy to use but it is currently operating in an invitation-only "beta" mode.

Evernote's real power isn't in the saving of your memories; it's in the recall. Because Evernote is networked, any bit you add to it becomes available everywhere: when you add a memory on your PC, you can find it on your MAC and on the Web, too. More important, because Evernote mines every image for text, you'll find information in documents that would normally be hidden to a search program.

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