Scientists live in a constant overflow of information. Check how to get a second brain with Evernote for science. If you want to thrive in your scientific career you need to know how to handle it and get the most of it. But let's be honest, taming this information beast is a big headache.
Evernote does a fairly good job printing notes, so use the built-in print function (don't go to the trouble of copying the text and pasting it somewhere else, unless you absolutely must print your work double-spaced or you have some special formatting requirements that Evernote doesn't handle.
I've been using the note-collection application Evernote for several months now and thought I'd share some of the reasons why it works well for my researching needs as I've been working on my dissertation in American studies. What Is It? Evernote is a note-taking and clipping application that lets you save all kinds of things to various project-oriented "notebooks."