[Pauldotcom] Knowledge Management
grecs at novainfosecportal.com
Thu Jan 28 18:48:16 UTC 2010
If you go with the Pro version, I think Evernote also allows you to
store files too.
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Quoting Colin Vallance <crvallance at gmail.com>:
> I use evernote and/or dropbox with a folder structure and text file system.
> I like evernote because it syncs across multiple systems and is quick to
> enter stuff from my iphone. Dropbox is nice for similar reasons but I can
> also toss files up there. For example I'm currently studying for my CCNP
> and keep PDF versions of all the book as well as other misc training
> material so I can access it from wherever I'm at. One of these days I'll
> finish (reread) "Getting Things Done" and apply some better parameters to my
> On Thu, Jan 28, 2010 at 9:48 AM, Robin Wood <dninja at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 28 January 2010 15:29, John Fitzpatrick <john at johnfitz.org> wrote:
>> > Every day on this mailing list I find at least one piece of information I
>> > want to keep for future reference. I am currently using Evernote as my
>> > personal knowledge management system. I'd like to hear what others are
>> > and what you like or dislike about your system.
>> I use dokuwiki and have a page for each topic I'm interested in. The
>> beauty of that is that it stores all the content as plain text so if I
>> can't get web access but I can get ssh I can just read the documents
>> from the command line.
>> Really easy to setup and admin, and the search feature works where I
>> never found the one with media wiki did.
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