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I am not sure if I will ever come across one uniquely fitting paradigm/application for organizing the ideas and projects in my life - both professional and personal.

I've tried with a combination of Google Sites, Spreadsheets, Balsamiq Mockups, Evernote etc, but after some time I tend to deviate from the frameworks I intended to use.

Perhaps discipline is really the key here, but if you know of any good articles/applications that will help me build a routine, I'd much appreciate such advice.

What I'd like to organize

  • Web bookmarks
  • Quotes
  • Sketches, wireframes
  • Photos
  • Documents

The metadata I'd like to add

  • Tags
  • Categories
  • Thumbnails

How I'd like to visualize the content

  • In a gallery
  • In a mind map
  • In a table

How I'd like to access it

  • Mobile/Desktop
  • Online/Offline
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In my experience a google account is the closest to having all of these! It has docs, including diagrams. One can tag these docs too. The only thing I haven't seen there is visualizing the content as mind map. – Ozair Kafray Jul 24 '12 at 11:22
I posted about a mind mapping software in this question. Not necessarily a duplicate, but rather than posting again... :) – JoshP Jul 24 '12 at 12:12

Popplet might work for you. I really like it myself.

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