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Keep Track of All of Life's Information

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December 14, 2012
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If you can email it, scan it, type it, snap it, record it, or find it on the Internet you can keep track of it all. Personal tech expert Carley Knobloch reviews Evernote, a free app with an extension that builds functionality into tons of programs you already use.


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