Evernote, our favourite free non-paper note-taking app, just made it easier to stash entire web pages in your extended cloud brain. The Web Clipper too now includes a checkbox for "Clip full page," and it remembers if you like to do that sort of thing on your next click. Evernote also responds to users who get a bit tired of typing in their credentials every few days, extending the Web Clipper's cookie memory to a week (assuming you don't wipe out your cookies sooner). How does Evernote's bookmarklet play into your note-taking system? Evernote
Evernote Web Clipper Makes Full-Page Grabs Easy
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