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Often I find myself writing an email to myself whenever there is stuff to be memoed. It's not something that I'd prefer to write on a tablet or on paper because the memo can be quite lengthy and hard to write because for instance, they can contain a long HTML link. This is rather inconvenient and I was hoping to find other solutions for conveniently writing and keeping that memo online.

Preferably, something web based would be good but a light-weight software is fine too.

I'm not looking for anything big, just something that has simple features such as sort by subject,date.

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There are a lot organizer software: Microsoft Onenote, Evernote, Springpad. Evernote is my choice.

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Precisely what I was looking for. Thank you. – l46kok Mar 4 '13 at 5:08

You could use Dropbox and save any Word documents or text files with basic notes in there- they would be accessible anywhere you have an internet connection.

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Yeah.. this was an alternative I thought of but I was looking for something specifically designed for storing and keeping memo. – l46kok Mar 4 '13 at 5:03
You could also use google drive, and use them as memos. Google drive supports local docs. – Rich Homolka Mar 4 '13 at 5:17

If your phone has Mail, and supports IMAP, you can keep a message as a draft; this is what iOS notes does to sync with your desktop.

If you have iOS, Workflowy looks cool, an outline organizer.

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