Catch all of everything including bookmarks

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  1. deanarnold macrumors newbie

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    I would like to organize everything I come across into large "bins" somewhere. I've tried using bookmarks in safari, dropbox, finder, but still haven't found it.

    I thought someone showed me a program like that once, but I forgot the name of it.

    For instance, if I'm surfing and a see a pic that my daughter would like, I could just drag in into the "Sally" bin. If a website intrigues me for a great business idea, I could just drag it, or copy and paste it, into the "Future Projects" bin. If a I come across in my Finer an old movie of Sally as a toddler, I copy it in the Sally bin. If I am working on something, but my friend tells me red pepper is perfect for scrambled eggs, I will go to the "Miscellaneous stuff" bin and scratch that somewhere quickly (without having to create a Word file or something and then put it in the bin).

    Anybody got some ideas?
     
  2. Weaselboy Moderator

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  3. marcharmon macrumors newbie

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    Maybe a combination of Evernote for text documents and Pinterest for anything on the web and photos
     
  4. campyguy macrumors 68030

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    DEVONthink Personal or Pro or Pro Office. Everything else is child's play.
     
  5. Basilfawltyone macrumors regular

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    I started to use DevonThink two month ago. The best app I ever used.

    Not overly simple to start with but for me it replaced my Finder.

    I store all my files like documents, pdfs, webpages, emails etc etc.

    Only use iBooks, iTunes for media.

    After I read an email in Mail if I want to store it for later - I import it right in to DevonThink.

    Not easy not cheap (like my wife...) but EXCELLENT!
     

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